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Advanced Hearing Healthcare That Travels to You
Virginia’s Premier Mobile Hearing Care Experts
HEARING CARE THAT TRAVELS TO YOUR HOME, OFFICE, OR WORKPLACE
The events of 2020 have changed everything.
- More people than ever before are working from home
- Visiting a doctor’s office is now highly inconvenient
- And the mandatory introduction of face masks has resulted in our hearing being challenged like never before.
This is why so many workers and employers across Virginia are favoring the mobile services of Hearing at Home to allow them to receive expert hearing care at their convenience and safety.
With a team of specialists that can travel to your home, office, or workplace to test your hearing, screen your employees’ hearing, or to help care for your existing hearing devices, it makes caring for your hearing health during this critical time easier than ever.
Your next step is to find out if we cover your area by clicking the orange button to check your ZIP.
Comprehensive Hearing Assessments
With 1 in 8 Americans having some form of hearing loss, the rate of hearing loss is increasing generation-to-generation with more and more exposure to loud noises.
Yet we all regularly have our cholesterol checked, our blood pressure checked, and our eyes tested, yet rarely do we have our hearing tested.
Hearing at Home take all the effort out of the process and make having a comprehensive hearing assessment simple, effortless and quick.
Advanced Hearing Aid Technology
Hearing aid technology has changed a lot over the past decade, they have gone from large, clunky devices to small, stylish, and often invisible devices that have intelligent Smart technology to connect with your television, cell phone and tablet.
Regardless of the style you’re looking for, our full range includes all main manufacturers and styles to ensure the right hearing aid is chosen based on your unique circumstances, lifestyle, and budget.
By working with Hearing at Home, you can first wear your hearing aids and have your real-world adjustments in your natural environment, ensuring they’re working in the comfort of your own home or workplace.
The Areas that Are Covered
With a team of 8 hearing care professionals on the road, our team clock up the miles covering Charlottesville, Front Royal Harrisonburg, Richmond, Lynchburg, Staunton, Winchester, and everything in between.
You simply have to let us know where you are, we’ll share availability when we can be in your area and we’ll book a time to come and visit you.
Our team will then turn up at the agreed time with all the equipment for a friendly and relaxed appointment in the comfort of your home or office.
Video Call Appointments with AVA CARE
In these uncertain times, there is one thing you can count on – your Hearing at Home specialist is here for you whenever you need us.
Patients can arrange an Access Video Audiology Care appointment (AVA Care) with one of our providers and meet through a video call via their cell phone, tablet, or computer. This eliminates the need for a physical face-to-face visit when self-isolation is a necessity for your safety.
This is our way of ensuring each patient receives the assistance and treatment they need regardless of the situation beyond their front door.
HEARING AT WORK
Offering Hearing Screenings to Employees Throughout Virginia
With better hearing in the workplace resulting in your employees experiencing better understanding in meetings, having more confidence in the workplace, and feeling less fatigued, it’s important that everybody has annual hearing screenings.
To help care for the hearing health of Virginia, we developed a benefit for all local employers to allow them to offer annual complimentary hearing screenings to their employees.
This allows our team of hearing experts to come to your office or workplace on a convenient day and professionally screen your team individually with low-contact and immediate results.
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What Do Patients Say?
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