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Hearing Facts

  • 40 % of 65 years old have hearing loss.
  • 60 % of 75 years old have hearing loss.
  • 80 % of 80 years old have hearing loss.
  • Children with hearing impairment lead to delay in language acquisition.
  • Hearing loss is the 3rd most common condition after hyper tension and artheritis in the
    geriatric population.
  • Less than 20 % of all people who need hearing aid actually get them. Most people don’t realise that the majority of hearing losses can be treated with hearing aids.

Interesting Hearing Aid Facts

  • Hearing aid does not restore hearing to “normal”.
  • Hearing aid doesn’t cure your hearing problem but they provide benefit and improvement in communication. They can improve your hearing and listening abilities and they can substantially improve quality life.
  • We normally hear with two ears. Hearing with two ears helps us to localize sounds, assists us in noisy situation and provide sound quality. Most people with hearing loss in both ears can understand better with two hearing aids than with one. “TWO EARS ARE BETTER THAN ONE NATURALLY”
  • There are several styles of hearing aids, and all are state of art. What is most important is that you purchase a hearing aid that accommodates your hearing loss and your listening needs.
  • Just because your friend uses a particular hearing aid style doesn’t mean you have to (or should) use that style. Your friend’s style of hearing aid may be a totally inappropriate prescription of your need.

Children and Hearing Loss

If your child has been diagnosed with a hearing loss, you are not alone, many parents of hearing impaired children just like you face the same challenges and may have discovered that there are valuable solutions. Thanks for modern paediatric hearing instruments; your child can enjoy the beauty of sound.

If you have any doubt about your child’s hearing it is very important to have it tested as soon as possible. They will help to avoid any delay in his or her language acquisition and learning. Getting hearing instruments for your child may seem like a difficult task at first, but with the advice of hearing care professional and modern technology you will soon find that hearing instruments for hearing impaired children are easy to use and care for.