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Guilford, CT 06437

Phone: (203) 453-6611

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111 Park Street, Suite K
New Haven, CT 06511

Phone: (203) 624-9857

Hearing Centers, Inc.

Hearing Loss can lead to a roller coaster of emotions, but having the right professionals by your side can make the transition into using hearing aids and assistive devices much more comfortable.

FACT: Hearing loss is the third most common physical condition issue after arthritis and heart disease.

Hearing Loss Affects More Than Just You: Many people put off treating their hearing loss because there is strong belief that it only affects them. However, hearing loss can take a toll on everyone around you, especially your loved ones. Frustration, confusion, misunderstanding, and concern are just a few of the emotions that can put a strain on a relationship and/or family.

FACT: On average, people wait seven years between first noticing their hearing loss and finally taking action.

The Different Degrees of Hearing Loss:

-Mild: Difficulty hearing occurs with low volume speech and listening with background noise; it is manageable in quiet surroundings.

-Moderate: Short distance and face-to-face conversations are audible, but increasing distance will make it harder to hear. T.V. or radio volume may have to be turned up in order to be heard clearly.

-Severe: Normal conversation is only heard if speaker is talking loudly and at close range with very little or no background noise.

-Profound: Being the most extreme degree of hearing loss, with profound hearing loss you may not hear speech at all, even loud speech. Visual cues (sign language and/or speechreading) is heavily relied upon.

FACT: About 26 million Americans between the ages of 20 and 69 have high frequency hearing loss due to exposure to loud noises at work or in leisure activities.

Hearing Loss Checklist:


  • Ask others to repeat themselves?
  • Turn up the television or radio volume to levels others find too loud?
  • Have trouble understanding conversation in noisy places?
  • Have trouble hearing women's or children's voices?
  • Have trouble hearing over the telephone?
  • Have difficulty following a fast-moving conversation?

If you answered yes to two or more of these questions, a full consultation from a hearing healthcare professional is recommended.

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