Hearing Care Services
Stanwood Hearing is dedicated to providing individuals in the community with the support they need to easily communicate in their daily lives. That’s why we offer the hearing care services and technology you need to address issues with your auditory system. From comprehensive testing to a range of devices to choose from, we are confident we can help you take care of your hearing health.
The first step to discovering if hearing aids are right for you is a hearing evaluation. During your hearing evaluations at Stanwood Hearing, you’ll learn with the help of your hearing professional, the type and degree of hearing loss you have. Once we have that information plotted on an audiogram, our specialist will be able to recommend the best treatment for your specific needs, whether you have mild or severe hearing loss.
Hearing Aid Evaluation and Selection
During a hearing aid evaluation, Tonia will discuss with you what type of hearing aids are available to you, based on your type and degree of hearing loss. However, we’ll also talk with you about all of your needs, including your lifestyle, budget and fashion preferences. After all, we know that choosing the right hearing aid is a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly; it’s an investment in your healthcare and your life. When selecting a hearing aid from Stanwood Hearing, you’ll have the following diverse range of styles to choose from:
- Behind the ear (BTE)
- Mini BTE
- In the ear (ITE)
- In the canal (ITC)
- Completely in canal (CIC)
- Invisible in canal (IIC)
- Receiver in the ear (RITE)
- Receiver in canal (RIC)
Hearing Aid Dispensing and Fitting
Individuals with hearing aids who are most successful and happy with their devices are those who wear and use them with the most ease and comfort. During the hearing and dispensing and fitting appointment at Stanwood Hearing, your hearing specialist will ensure a perfect tune while also making certain you leave the office knowing how to use every component of the device.
Hearing Aid Repairs
Although we all know hearing aids are delicate devices and try our best to take care of them, accidents happen and they can become damaged. Should one of your hearing aids become damaged – usually evident by a whistling noise or sustained feedback – our trained professionals will perform repairs in-house.