Take UK Hearing Care’s free hearing self-assessment questionnaire
Those who have not spoken to an audiologist before can ease themselves into the process with a UK Hearing Care self-assessment questionnaire.
UK (PRUnderground) September 9th, 2013
The experienced audiologists at UK Hearing Care offer tailored and sensitive advice to every individual who seeks a hearing loss solution from them, and they are the right people to recommend specific hearing aids to improve specific cases. Those who have not spoken to an audiologist before can ease themselves into the process with a self-assessment questionnaire available for free from UK Hearing Care.
The questionnaire is designed to give individuals a rough idea of whether or not they have a hearing handicap, as well as giving a general impression of how severe the hearing loss is. The questionnaire is available to download from UK Hearing Care’s website and contains just ten simple questions about how hearing quality affects the respondent’s lives. After completing the questionnaire, the score can be calculated and, if it is 10 or more, a hearing assessment is highly recommended as the next step.
As well as determining whether a hearing assessment is the way forward, the questions can also help get individuals thinking about what areas of their lives are impacted the most by hearing loss, which will inevitably help the audiologist with their hearing aid recommendation.
After completing the questionnaire, contact UK Hearing Care on 0808 115 1879 to speak to one of their friendly advisors who can help answer any questions and book a hearing test with an audiologist.
About UK Hearing Care
UK Hearing Care have teamed up with AgeUK to form AgeUK Hearing Aids, providing a complete service that will make solving your hearing difficulties easier and more effective than ever before. We’ll guide you through the process from start to finish – whether that’s in the comfort of your own home, or at a handy location close to you. We work with local community independent opticians, health and mobility centres and a number of NHS Primary Care Trusts throughout the country.