If you are 55 years or older, it is recommended you obtain a baseline hearing test. A hearing test can detect certain medical conditions related to your ears.
We encourage you to talk to your family doctor about your hearing health, however, you do not require a physician's referral to have your hearing checked.
If you are in need of hearing aids, we can help you with the selection of your hearing aids. In present day, hearing aids are small, discrete and almost invisible. They are like a mini computer with bluetooth capability. However, hearing aids only make up one component of helping you hear better.
Once you have received the hearing aids that are best suited for your hearing loss, it is important to have ongoing guidance and support. We provide counselling and regular check-ups to ensure you are hearing the best you can in everyday environments.
Along with providing you with communication strategies to help you hear better, we also help your friends and family members to understand what they can do to help you hear better.
If you experience tinnitus, we offer guidance, resources and sound therapy options for tinnitus management. People may experience tinnitus symptoms whether they have normal level of hearing or some degree of hearing loss.
Services we provide:
Hearing testing for adults
Hearing aid recommendation for adults and children
Hearing aid programming
Hearing aid cleaning and repairs
3 month follow-ups and annual check-ups
Tinnitus management support
Retirement and nursing home care
90 day trial period for all hearing aid purchases
Custom fit earmolds for noise protection, swimming, sleeping, musicians, pilots
Hearing Centre of Burlington is an approved provider for:Ontario Assistive Devices Program (ADP)
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
Department of Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC)
Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)