It affects your everyday life and there are few choices for treatment. Once a health care provider has diagnosed your hearing impairment the only real recourse are hearing aids. You can get hearing aids through your practitioner(which provides personalized care at a high cost) or through a big box store(which provides affordable hearing aids with less attention to patient care). There’s now a third option:
At Home Hearing Care:
That’s right, hearing care brought to your front door. By having a 100% mobile service, Hearing At Home dramatically lowers our overhead costs and passes the savings on to the client. As a result, Hearing At Home clients get the best of both worlds. Big box pricing, premium first generation hearing devices and the highest level of care and expertise they deserve! And, patients never have to leave the comforts of home.
Seven years is the average time it takes for a person to notice changes in their hearing before they decide to seek treatment. Leaving hearing loss untreated comes with many avoidable consequences. Studies have found that untreated hearing loss can affect our brain’s cognitive function, exhausting it, and increasing the risk of dementia. Additionally, people with untreated hearing loss have increased risks of accidents, falls, and hospitalizations.
Because hearing is one of the main senses connecting us to the world around us, any changes in your hearing will cause a feeling of imbalance and disconnection. Due to that, people with hearing loss tend to withdraw socially and face increased incidents of stress, anxiety, and depression.
Seeking treatment as soon as possible will yield a multitude of health benefits.
By getting your hearing aids adjusted at home, they are truly personalized for the environments where you use them. They can address all of your concerns and answer all of your questions for a fraction of the cost. In-home care is an exceptional option for treating hearing loss, as it does not require patients to leave the comforts of home, especially at a vulnerable time with their hearing.