HEARING AID SERVICES IN TORONTO
When you think about maintaining a healthy lifestyle, do you think about your hearing? Your 5 senses work together to help you navigate through the world, and your hearing plays an important role. Whether or not you’re currently experiencing challenges, your hearing health is essential to your overall well-being.
Hearing loss is common, yet many people are embarrassed about getting the help they need. Understanding the importance of your hearing health can greatly improve your quality of life, both now and in the future.
So, let’s debunk the stigma of hearing loss to prevent serious health problems.
Here are three common myths and the facts about hearing health:
MYTH #1: Only the elderly need to be concerned about hearing loss
FALSE! It is estimated that 4.6 Million Canadians experience hearing loss. While there is a sharp increase after the age of 40, 1 in 5 teens also have some type of challenge with their hearing. Early intervention is critical for both children and adults to experience improvements or even recovery in some circumstances.
MYTH #2: Hearing loss doesn’t affect your other senses
WRONG! Your 5 senses work together to help you identify and decode your surroundings. When one sense is not working well, the other senses often compensate. Untreated hearing loss can lead to other cognitive challenges. In a recent study by Johns Hopkins Medicine, even a slight hearing impairment puts you at an increased risk of developing dementia. When your brain has to work overtime to decode sound, it also hinders the ongoing mental process of multitasking.
MYTH #3: Hearing aids are only for deaf people
NO! There are varying degrees of hearing impairments, and there are effective treatments for mild to severe hearing impairments. Delaying treatment of hearing loss until it is severe could cause more damage. Some impairment is genetic, while some are related to external factors experienced throughout childhood or even during the adult years like loud work environments, etc. The right hearing aid can greatly improve your quality of life even if you have a mild impairment.
90 DAY TRIAL PERIOD
Our certified Hearing Instrument Specialists come to you in the safety and comfort of your home and follow all Ontario Public Health Guidelines.
We are an authorized service provider of the Assistive Devices Program (ADP) from the Ontario Ministry of Health.
Most extended health insurance programs cover hearing tests and hearing aids, so take advantage of your benefits to maintain optimal hearing health ...
In the comfort and safety of YOUR OWN HOME.
Book a FREE Hearing Test IN YOUR HOME
in the Greater Toronto Area
We partner exclusively with Hearing Instrument Specialists.
All Hearing Instrument Specialists (H.I.S.) in Ontario are certified with the Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners of Ontario (AHIP) - Certified professionals in the practice of testing hearing, selection, fitting, counseling and dispensing hearing aids.
Hearing Instrument Specialists (H.I.S.) are recognized authorizers with the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, Assistive Devices Program (ADP).
Hearing Instrument Specialists (H.I.S.) are also recognized by all other Government agencies including:
The Ontario’s Workplace & Insurance Board (WSIB),
Veteran Affairs Canada
The Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services.
Improving your hearing can help improve your overall physical health and mental health.
Contact us today to book a FREE HEARING TEST in the comfort and safety of your own home OR at our downtown Toronto clinic at 595 Bay St., Toronto, ON M5G 2C2
We use the latest technology and state of the art equipment to conduct all our hearing tests in the safety and comfort of your own home
at our downtown Toronto location at
595 Bay St., Toronto, ON M5G 2C2
We offer a wide variety of hearing aid types suitable for adults with various ranges of hearing loss, from mild to severe.
Some of the hearing aid brands we dispense include: Signia, Widex, GN ReSound and Phonak
Hearing Aid Follow Up
We want your hearing aids to function optimally so that you can keep doing the things you love. We'll schedule frequent follow up appointments to retest your hearing, and make the necessary adjustments to your hearing aids.