Australian Hearing

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If you think you have a problem with your hearing, you can arrange an appointment with Australian Hearing who conduct screening once a month.

Their friendly audiologists, Sho is available every second Wednesday,  will guide you through the process of assessing your hearing, help you understand the results and advise you on the technology options available to suit your needs. Not everyone needs a hearing aid so they offer a range of solutions, from headsets to help you hear the TV through to specially adapted telephones. If you do find that hearing aids are the best next step for you, they have a range of options in different styles and affordable price points, so you can choose the option that’s right for you.

If you are an adult who’s concerned about your hearing, the first step is to book an appointment for a free hearing check. You can do this by speaking to our receptionist who will be happy to assist you.

If you are concerned about a child’s hearing, a GP referral is required as the first step to diagnosis. You may also want to visit our children’s hearing website at www.hearing.com.au/paediatric-milestones for information on services available in your area.