The latest statistics suggest that 1 in 8 Americans have some form of hearing loss in both ears, yet only a small percentage of these people will ever have their hearing tested.

We believe this is for two core reasons.

Firstly, it’s education around hearing health.

We all regularly have dental check-ups, our cholesterol checked, and our blood pressure taken but rarely do we have our hearing tested.

But with the World Health Organization recently sharing their concerns for hearing health and the future of hearing health, awareness for the importance of your hearing and the first signs of hearing loss is growing with hearing aids becoming increasingly more common and the traditional stigma around hearing aids disappearing.

Secondly, it’s convenience of hearing care.

Investing in hearing care has traditionally been awkward, requiring you to see a busy professional and have to visit an out-of-town hearing care center. Worst of all, if you’re still in employment, then nearly every hearing care center has identical working hours to you, resulting in you having to take time off from work to visit a professional.

But with Hearing at Home, our mission is to help Virginia to hear healthily.

Through educational materials and through our website to raise awareness for the signs of hearing loss, we’re able to help educate those experiencing signs of hearing loss or help loved ones to notice the initial signs.

And through our unique “home visit” model, we’re able to make caring for your hearing health convenient by having a hearing professional travel to your home, office, or retirement community to make caring for your hearing health simple and easy.