10 Things You Should Know
One of our most frequently asked questions is "where can I have a hearing test"? You have a variety of options for a hearing test, including Audiology clinics in the public health (hospital) system, or through private practice hearing health clinics.
Looking to buy hearing aids? This listing shares the locations and contact details for Private Practice Hearing Health Professionals where hearing aids can be purchased in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Communication is how we participate in society; receiving and responding to information is how we build relationships. Reduced hearing affects the quality of communication with others. Here are some common signs of reduced hearing.
If you are experiencing reduced hearing, here are some tips for improving communication with others.
Here are some tips on how to live successfully with reduced hearing so you can start enjoying the many benefits of better hearing.
Resource Groups generally offer meetings, guest speakers, and social opportunities and are open to anyone who is interested.
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Yearly grants and funding for fire alerts, better hearing in public spaces, and the chance for children, youth and young adults to hear well during extra-curricular activities.
A free Provincial lending program providing Hearing Assistive Technology for residents of Newfoundland and Labrador. Click to learn more.
Loud Noise is Dangerous for your Hearing. You can prevent noise-induced hearing loss at home, work and at play by being noise aware and using hearing protection.