Transparent Treatment Plans to Help You Achieve Better Hearing
Ever since Audiology and Hearing Aid Associates was founded in 1982, we have been developing our own unique patient journey that drives you to the desired outcome as effectively and as seamlessly as possible.
It’s common for people with a hearing loss to believe that the hearing technology is all of solution when the reality is that the hearing device represents only a small part of the picture.
A hearing device, no matter how sophisticated, will only work well for you when it is backed up by the professional service and knowledge of a hearing care professional.
You’ll be cared for by Erika Shakespeare, CCC-A and her team that specializes in pediatric and adult diagnostics and amplification. Erika is a pediatric audiology mentor and educator for audiologists across the country and is one of the most respected experts on pediatric audiology. Erika has worked with adults to help manage tinnitus and hearing loss since 2002. She is an expert in managing hearing loss and tinnitus, creating individual treatment plans with patients, not for patients.
Along with her team, you can be rest assured that your hearing health is being cared for by experts no matter which treatment plan you choose from the options below.
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The Audiology & Hearing Aid Associates Promise
Choosing to partner with Audiology & Hearing Aid Associates for your ongoing hearing healthcare needs provides you with the most impressive inclusive service plan locally, supported by a Certified Licensed Audiologist.
- Inclusive diagnostic hearing evaluations with a licensed audiologist
- Training and education on all technological features
- Multi-point inspection of hearing aids every 6 months
- Replacement of domes, filters and retention lines as required
- Unlimited adjustments to devices based on audiometric testing
- Computerized verification (real ear measures) and validation of personalized hearing aid fitting
- Drop-off service
- Monthly newsletter
Special Evaluation Add-ons
These are special tests that can be added to a diagnostic hearing evaluation. These may not be covered by your insurance or they may require prior authorization.
Second opinion/Hearing Aid Evaluation (Conformity Evaluation): $296.00
Evaluates the performance of existing hearing aids. Useful for determining if current hearing aids are meeting needs for best hearing and auditory performance. Helpful for determining if hearing aids are adequate for listening needs.
Tinnitus Evaluation: $403.50
Evaluate tinnitus and develop a tinnitus management plan. This fee does not include ongoing tinnitus management sessions.
Auditory Processing/Auditory Performance Evaluation: $296.00
Measurement of current auditory performance in quiet and in noise. This is a battery of functional performance measures to determine auditory performance in a variety of listening environments. This battery of tests is sometimes referred to as a central auditory processing test. It is also used to evaluate auditory performance following head injury or concussion.
Cochlear Implant Evaluation: $518.00
Battery of tests to determine audiologic candidacy to proceed with cochlear implantation.
Are you an existing device wearer that is looking for our ongoing support/care?
*Services include initial fitting, subsequent fittings, real ear and real world programming and adjustments through adaptation period and beyond. Seasonal & lifestyle programming. Comprehensive Maintenance Checks: Electroacoustic analysis of devices, replacement of filters, tubing, domes, receivers, sport locks, mic covers). Individualized tinnitus management Remote programming. Phone connectivity support.
Financing available through Northwest Access Fund, prior approval required.
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With hearing loss impacting 1 in 5 of us, the data suggests that at least one special person in our lives are struggling with hearing loss. The challenge is that it's often difficult for these people to admit that they have a challenge with their hearing or be open to seeking help.
That's why we have developed a free white-paper to help you to understand the different ways that you can support a loved one and encourage them to get the help that they need.
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It’s often the unknown that holds us back from making a decision, but with your hearing healthcare as our number one priority, we have a member of our expert team on hand to help.
If you have a question or a concern that is causing you or a loved one from making a positive step towards healthy hearing, then we would love to help.
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