OUR HEARING CARE TRAVELS TO
Your Local Hearing Care Experts
The frustration and fatigue that comes with struggling to hear when there is a lot of background noise or too many voices chattering at the same time are primary reasons why you tend to isolate and avoid social events. Social isolation and feeling disconnected from family, friends, and co-workers are common characteristics of hearing loss. You don’t have to avoid social gatherings or family get-togethers in your Shenandoah community any longer, because there is help for your condition. Getting the help you need involves a hearing assessment and hearing care, but the health risks along with the challenges of scheduling and traveling to Harrisonburg for an office appointment can be overwhelming. Your ability to hear directly correlates to your ability to maintain your center of balance.
Hearing at Home understands the hassle-free and convenient access to better hearing care for New Market, VA residents. That’s why we send our mobile hearing professionals to homes, offices, and places of business in Shenandoah Valley communities like yours to meet your hearing care needs. In 2009, we weren’t concerned about social distancing, self-isolation, and avoiding in-office appointments, and working from home was not at all common. When our way of life changed in 2020, providing a mobile hearing service to rural Virginians has become a solution to meeting critical hearing care needs that continue to grow.
Hearing assessments, hearing aid fittings, cleaning, maintenance and repair for your existing hearing aids, and other services are all part of the way our mobile hearing professionals meet your hearing care needs.
A Comprehensive Hearing Assessment
Treating your hearing loss, according to research, provides you with a greater overall satisfaction and an improved quality of life. Added benefits include feelings of acceptance and confidence, preventing the early onset of cognitive decline, maintaining your balance, and continuing to enjoy a more active and independent lifestyle. These benefits can be yours if you take the first step and schedule a hearing assessment.
Getting a hearing assessment is easier and more convenient than ever for New Market, VA residents because Hearing at Home provides a mobile hearing service to your home, office, or place of business. About 30 minutes of your time is all that’s required by our mobile hearing professional to conduct a comprehensive hearing assessment and then discuss the results with you during the same visit.
New Market Residents Can Enjoy Advanced Hearing Aid Technology
Do you still think of the bulking, squealing devices your parents or grandparents wrestled with whenever hearing aids are mentioned? You no longer have to hold on to that outdated stigma, because modern hearing aids are much different. Smaller, lighter, fashionable, stylish, and nearly invisible are common characteristics of today’s hearing aids. Advanced hearing technology has also made for better performance, more natural sound, and the capacity to distinguish and control background noise in a broad range of environments. Linking your hearing aids to your television, telephone, or computer for an enhanced hearing experience is an added benefit of the digital technology included in today’s devices.
For many, hearing aids represent the best option for meeting your hearing challenges. Your Hearing at Home mobile hearing professional also helps you to choose the hearing aid best suited to meet your needs and preferences from a variety of brand names, styles, and levels of technology. Our devices are available to fit your needs as well as your lifestyle and personal preferences. If you are a new or existing user, you can also take advantage of our cleaning, maintenance, and adjustment and repair services.
Video Call Appointments with AVA Care
Self-isolation and other scheduling or location challenges sometimes make a physical appointment, even in your home, unworkable. Hearing at Home provides solutions for these cases as well by using Access Video Audiology Care (AVA Care). AVA Care extends the capacity to meet your needs with tele-conferencing via your cell phone, tablet, or computer to allow access to your service provider for a face-to-face consultation.
Hearing Screenings for Employees
New Market, VA residents are not the only ones who can take advantage of our mobile hearing service. Hearing at Home also extends our service to area employers in order to add hearing screenings as a part of their employee health benefits. Because interruptions to your workday flow and scheduling headaches often go along with employees leaving the office for an appointment, we provide an alternative by bringing our mobile hearing professionals to your place of business for quick comprehensive hearing screenings. Besides helping you to maintain productivity, our service encourages your employees to take part in an important aspect of their overall healthcare.
RequEst a Callback From a Specialist
If you or a loved one have any questions, need any help or would like a second opinion, then you can speak to one of our hearing specialists by completing this form.
We’ll then call you for a friendly, no-obligation discussion to answer any questions and offer our advice.
Alternatively, you can call us at (540) 908-9494
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