Is It Hearing Loss?
Clues to look for when someone is losing their hearing.
- Difficulty listening to the TV
- Ringing in the ears
- Saying you mumble
- Saying the room is too loud
Our suggested choice is a licensed Audiologist or licensed Hearing Aid Specialist who can fit and dispense hearing aids. Audiologists must have a doctoral degree (generally Au.D.), pass national and some state tests, and have more 1,000 hours of clinical training. Hearing Aid Specialists generally have a four year degree and have six months to two years of supervised training and in most states must pass a licensing test.
Did You Know?
The average age of first-time hearing aid wearers is close to 70 years of age, despite the fact that the majority (more than 65%) of people with hearing loss are below the age of 65; and nearly half of all people with hearing loss are below the age of 55.
OUR CUSTOMERS LOVE US
“I noticed that I was having difficulty with hearing soft or low voices in meetings and church. I came in for an evaluation and met with professional staff that put me at ease immediately. They addressed all my needs and found perfect fit in hearing aids for my problems. I have been able to turn down the volume on radio and TV, and my family says I no longer talk loudly; which I was not aware that I did. My thanks to the great staff.”Rose M.
“I am very pleased with the hearing instruments and the staff at Pueblo Hearing Aids. Buying this hearing aid has allowed me to communicate again with people where I found myself withdrawing from parties and groups of people. It’s the best thing I ever did for myself.”Sam P.
“I went to four different places for my hearing aids. Pueblo Hearing Aids was where I was treated like a person not a number, one place would not even talk to me until they knew how they were going to get paid. I was never asked how I was going to pay for them. Shad and Deanna are the best even to this day if I walk in they know me by name.”Steve W.