Professional hearing advice
If you are experiencing hearing loss, it is important to get advice from a specialist you can trust. A good audiologist will offer you advice, assess your hearing, recommend a hearing aid, and adjust it to your personal requirements. Click here for valuable information on hearing issues, what you can expect on a first visit, what kind of help is available, and how the professionals are trained.
Wearing hearing aids
A modern, appropriately adapted hearing aid can give you back your quality of life. But your restored hearing may prove tiring at first. Don’t be discouraged! It will take time to get used to your hearing aid. Please don’t hesitate to ask your audiologist for help if you find you are struggling. Find out here everything you need to know about getting used to your hearing aid and how to look after it.
What can I expect from a hearing aid?
Better hearing at last: Buying a hearing aid is an important decision. After all, it can significantly improve your quality of life. Give yourself plenty of time and seek expert advice on the differences between the various models. Where does your journey out of hearing difficulties begin? What should you bear in mind when seeking advice? The most important tips and information can be found below.
At Connect Hearing, we believe contributing to charity is the right thing to do. From December to Movember, we flex our giving muscles with donations to Hear the World, the Heart & Stroke Foundation, Children’s Hospital, Dress for the Cause, BC Lions Hearing Society, international disaster response and more.
Our portfolio features the best and latest hearing aid models from leading manufacturers to help you enjoy a full range of sounds once again.
Cost of hearing aids
The cost of hearing aids varies depending on the type of hearing aids and features needed for the listening environments that are important to you. Connect Hearing offers a range of quality hearing aids within five price points, providing budget and lifestyle options.
Connect Hearing has a variety of opportunities for professionals in all stages of their career. From licensed hearing care professionals to corporate head office opportunities to client care and service, there is something for everyone!
If you want to find out whether your hearing is still working well, or if you have hearing loss, you should have your hearing tested by a specialist. The specialist performs a hearing evaluation and creates an audiogram from the results. This is a diagram that is used to assess a person’s hearing ability. What does an audiogram look like? How is it created? How is it read? You can find answers to the most frequently asked questions as well as more information on hearing tests and audiometry below.
Hearing aid familiarization
Ringing phones, street noises, birdsong: A good hearing aid will bring the world of sounds back to life. If you’ve gotten used to living with hearing difficulties, so many sensory impressions can be overwhelming at first. Don’t be put off. Give yourself plenty of time to adjust to your new hearing aid. This includes getting used to the physical sensation of having the device in your ear, apart from the actual sensation of hearing. One thing is certain: After a period of adjustment, you’ll never want to be without your hearing aid again!