Hearing Tests Cambridge | Free Initial Hearing Assessments

Our COVID procedures remain unchanged.

Since the pandemic started, we have all been expected to wear masks in public spaces as part of the government regulations. As a result of the vaccination roll-out, the Government made the requirement for wearing face masks in public optional from 19th July.

Our priority has always been to ensure we take measures to protect our clients and staff. We have provided more than 10,000 masks since we re-opened and gallons of hand sanitisers in our effort to provide a COVID secure environment.

To date, we have not yet had updated information from our governing bodies or the Government. Our procedures remain the same but we will provide a further update should anything change.

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Hearing tests

How well can you hear? You may have your teeth and eyes checked regularly, but what about your ears? Everyone over 55 yrs should have a hearing test at least once a year, or more regularly if you feel your hearing has deteriorated.
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Symptoms of Losing your Hearing

If you think you may have some hearing loss, you may be experiencing some of the following symptoms.

  • You may have difficulty hearing other people clearly, and are misunderstanding what they say, especially in noisy places.
  • Are you starting to avoid going to noisy places because it has become too difficult to try to hear what is going on?
  • You may be feeling depressed about your hearing or feeling isolated because you’re avoiding situations.
  • Are you listening to music or watching television loudly?
  • Perhaps you are having to concentrate hard to hear what other people are saying, which can be tiring or stressful.

Any of the above situations can be a sign that your hearing is deteriorating and we recommend that you get your hearing tested as soon as possible.

FREE Ear Checks and Hearing Tests

Ear Health Check

 

If you’ve been experiencing symptoms such as earache, itchy ear or a blocked feeling in your ears, we offer a free 15 minute ear health check to see what might be causing it. We’ll check the overall health of your ears, ear canals and ear drum.This check may result in an additional appointment to resolve or investigate further, or we can advise accordingly.

 

Hearing Screening 

 

We offer free Hearing Screening to see if there are any signs of hearing loss. This test will be able to identify if your hearing is normal or if you are indeed starting to struggle with your hearing and identify any hearing loss. We allow 30 minutes for this test.

 

Should the result show that there is indeed some form of hearing loss, we would recommend a Full Diagnostic Assessment in order to fully understand the cause of your hearing difficulties, the severity of this loss and what your hearing ability is like.

Full Diagnostic Assessment

The Full Diagnostic Assessment will thoroughly assess all the components of your hearing pathway from your outer ear, through your middle ear and your cochlear then into the auditory processing centre of your brain. Again, all the tests are non-obtrusive, pain-free and are performed in a sound-treated room, so there is still no need for you to enter a small, claustrophobic booth. This test takes about 1.5 hours.

We offer a professional service and are pleased to offer you a free full diagnostic assessment when you purchase a hearing instrument from angli-EAR Hearing. A fee of £80 will be charged for this service if you choose not to make a purchase, but this charge can be redeemed against a future purchase.

No small spaces

All our hearing tests are non-obtrusive, pain-free and are performed in a sound-treated room, so there is no need for you to enter a small, claustrophobic booth.

Have regular checks

If your hearing is normal, we recommend that you have your hearing checked again in a year or two. Just as with your eyes and teeth, regular checks help to spot any problems early.

What to expect at your visit

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Bring someone with you

It is really useful if you could bring someone along with you for this assessment. Having a family member to accompany you can be an invaluable resource, not just for your Audiologist but also for you. It can help calm any butterflies, and they can also get a better understanding of your condition and learn communication strategies to help you.

Discussing treatment therapies

Lots of information

Medical appointments, in general, can be overwhelming with a lot of information to take in. Your Audiologist will discuss the results of your hearing test, any recommendations, and carry out demonstrations for you to see what wearing hearing aids is like.

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Evidence based results

During the full assessment we rely on a minimum of four different tests to understand your level of hearing loss and more importantly to appraise your hearing ability.

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FREE 30-day no-obligation trial

If a hearing aid is a suitable solution for you, within a matter of a few days you could be experiencing better hearing with our free 30-day no-obligation trial of a hearing aid. We will find the best hearing solution to suit your personal circumstances, type of hearing loss, lifestyle and budget.

Hearing tests at home

Whilst it is always best that you are able to come to our clinic, we understand that in certain
circumstances this may be difficult, so we are able to offer home visits for our clients who cannot travel.
Contact us to discuss your requirements.

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