HEARING CARE ON THE MOVE TO NEWPORT

Your Local Hearing Care Experts

Are you depressed or anxious, feeling isolated and disconnected from the world around you? You can receive a great boost in your morale and reconnect with family, friends, co-workers, and your Shenandoah Valley community by seeking treatment for your hearing loss. Cognitive decline as well as other mental and physical health issues are common conditions associated with avoiding hearing loss treatment, but they also cut into enjoying conversations with family and friends, the pleasant sounds of nature, and your overall quality of life. You can put an end to these issues and enjoy a more active and independent lifestyle by seeking help, but the health risks and challenges involved with getting to an office appointment in Charlottesville or Harrisonburg tend to overwhelm you.

Shenandoah Valley and Newport, VA residents need access to better hearing care without the hassles of scheduling and attending an in-office appointment, which is why Hearing at Home sends our mobile hearing service to your home, office, or wherever you are. In 2020, we encountered a new way of living that required an increased need for working from home, self-isolation, social distancing, and avoiding in-office appointments. These things were not our concern when we started sending out our mobile hearing professionals to the homes and places of business in 2009, but the need for our service to meet the hearing care needs of rural Virginians has grown into providing the critical solution to today’s challenges.

Do you expect hearing assessments, hearing aid fittings, cleaning and maintenance for your hearing devices, and other hearing care services when you go to a clinic? Our mobile hearing professionals provide these same services, but we bring them to you in the comfort and safety of your home, office, or wherever you are.

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A Comprehensive Hearing Assessment

National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) statistics demonstrate that out of close to 36 million Americans who might benefit from hearing care for their hearing loss, only 20% actually seek the help they need. The other 80% needlessly struggle during conversations with their family and friends because their condition goes undiagnosed. More tragic is the fact that treatment is available and requires a very simple hearing assessment to get started.

Hearing at Home makes it easier for Newport, VA residents to start the process of getting help by providing a comprehensive hearing assessment in the comfort of your home, office, or place of business. Our mobile hearing service professional will use up about 30 minutes of your time for the test, and you will receive the results during the same visit.

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Providing Advanced Hearing Aid Technology in Newport, VA

Do you visualize those bulky, noisy devices your parents or grandparents struggled with whenever you think about hearing aids? Today’s hearing aids are nothing like those outdated contraptions. They’re smaller, lighter weight, more stylish, and are nearly invisible to those around you. Advanced hearing aid technology makes modern hearing aids perform better, producing a higher quality and more natural sound while reducing background noise in various environments. Because they are digital, hearing aids now allow you to link directly to devices, such as your television, cell phone, and computer, for an improved hearing experience.

If hearing aids are the right solution to meet your hearing challenges, your hearing aid specialist from Hearing at Home will provide you with a broad choice of styles from various brand name manufacturers along with the available technology you’re comfortable with. New or existing hearing aid users can take advantage of the expertise of our mobile hearing professionals for device cleaning, maintenance, and adjustment and repair services.

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Telehealth Appointments with AVA Care

There are times when even an appointment at your home or office is an inconvenience due to self-isolation or other challenges. For these unique occasions, Hearing at Home provides an additional solution using tele-conferencing. Our Access Video Audiology Care (AVA Care) service meets your hearing care needs by allowing you to connect to your care provider via your cell phone, tablet, or computer for a face-to-face consultation.

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Provide Hearing Screenings to Your Employees

We not only send our mobile hearing professionals to your Newport home, but Hearing at Home also gives area employers access to providing the additional health benefit of hearing screenings to your employees. Missed work for an in-office appointment can upset the workday flow and cause scheduling challenges, but the quick comprehensive hearing screenings from our mobile hearing service in your place of business is a solution to these issues. Besides helping you to maintain productivity, our service encourages participation in an important aspect of the overall healthcare of your employees.

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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