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hearing-test

A hearing test helps measure the thresholds at which you can hear certain sounds by having you listen to tones (called frequencies, measured in Hertz) at different levels (called decibels). Hearing tests also measure how well you hear and understand speech by asking you to repeat words at different levels. A hearing test measures each ear independently. A comprehensive exam also includes otoscopy (checking your ears for blockages or other indications of medical issues). It evaluates the difference in your hearing ability through different pathways of the ear by using different ways of presenting the sounds. Testing is mapped out on a graph called an audiogram. We will review your audiogram and help you understand the findings. Our evaluation will help discover not only the levels of your hearing but also which part of the ear the hearing loss originates from. The degree/severity of loss, as well as the shape/slope of your hearing loss, or any other medical concerns, will determine what treatment options are recommended to you. If we determine that there is a need for medical evaluation or another referral, this will also be discussed with you when reviewing your test results.

The next step in your pursuit of better hearing is considering options to treat hearing loss. The most common recommendations will include hearing aids (also called hearing instruments). Although this may seem intimidating, hearing healthcare has advanced greatly just in the past few years! Modern technology makes it easier than ever before to help you hear the things that matter most. Selecting the right hearing aids is very important to ensure they will meet your needs and expectations. Getting started will mean that, after a thorough examination and review of your results, Dr. Blair will schedule a consultation or Hearing Aid Evaluation to determine what options would be best for your individual needs. This discussion takes about 45 minutes and is educational, informational, and non-coercive. We want you to feel comfortable in understanding your options and making the decision that works for you. Dr. Blair will focus on discovering what options fit your hearing, your lifestyle, and your budget. We strongly encourage you to bring your spouse or another trusted loved one to this visit to include them in the process and help you with any decisions you need to make.
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Proper testing and selection of your new hearing aids are very important. Accurately fitting and programming the hearing aids is vital to your success. Hearing aids amplify sound, making it louder for you to hear the sounds that are difficult for you to hear. At your fitting appointment, Dr. Blair will customize both the physical fit and levels of amplification to tailor them just for you. These appointments take approximately one hour, and we strongly encourage you to have your spouse or another trusted friend/family member join you. This will give you another pair of eyes and ears to help process the information that will be provided and to give you support.

The fitting appointment will consist of:

  • Ensuring proper physical fit and comfort.
  • Adjusting the hearing aids to customize them just for you.
  • Discussing the basic maintenance, care, and use of the hearing aids.
  • Counseling you and your loved ones about the process and adapting.
  • Providing instruction manuals, any necessary supplies, and cleaning tools.
  • Helping you understand any advanced features you may want to utilize, like streaming directly to your cell phone or TV with Bluetooth, GPS, fall alerts, and more.
  • Detailed paperwork about your hearing aids, their warranty, and your service plan.

We will teach you everything you need to know, and the hearing aids will do the rest!

hearing-aid
Hearing healthcare needs evolve, and so does your hearing aid. Whether you have hearing aids that may need a little boost, or you’d like more sophisticated features, such as Bluetooth streaming, to be enabled, we are here to adjust and program your hearing aids. These appointments generally take about 30 minutes.If you’ve recently purchased instruments from New Hope Hearing Solutions, these visits are likely included in your service plan for free. If you have hearing aids from another location, just call or text us to discuss your needs! We offer adjustments paid for by the visit, or you may be interested in purchasing one of our longer-term service plans. We can work with many manufacturers and hearing aid types to make sure you get the help you need.
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Are your hearing aids not working as well as they used to? Not sure if they have wax buildup? Do you need a refresher on how to change a filter or need a new set of domes? Did the dog think one of your hearing aids was a chew toy? Is one of your instruments missing? Or maybe it is just time for a quick check-in? If you recently purchased hearing aids from New Hope Hearing Solutions, these routine visits are likely already covered in your service plan. If you have hearing aids from another location, we can still help! Whether your instruments are under manufacturer warranty or not, we can provide services that enable you to purchase supplies, get repairs, handle claims for loss/damage or take care of basic maintenance needs.
hearing-aid

Our office can also help you with accessories and supplies like:

  • Customized hearing protection, swim plugs, or musician plugs.
  • Assistive listening devices like TV streamers or remote mics.
  • Captioned telephones (often at no cost to you).
  • Remote controls for your hearing aids.
  • Hearing instrument dryers.
  • Replacement parts and supplies.

hearing-test
A hearing test helps measure the thresholds at which you can hear certain sounds by having you listen to tones (called frequencies, measured in Hertz) at different levels (called decibels). Hearing tests also measure how well you hear and understand speech by asking you to repeat words at different levels. A hearing test measures each ear independently.
A comprehensive exam also includes otoscopy (checking your ears for blockages or other indications of medical issues). It evaluates the difference in your hearing ability through different pathways of the ear by using different ways of presenting the sounds.
Testing is mapped out on a graph called an audiogram. We will review your audiogram and help you understand the findings. Our evaluation will help discover not only the levels of your hearing but also which part of the ear the hearing loss originates from. The degree/severity of loss, as well as the shape/slope of your hearing loss, or any other medical concerns, will determine what treatment options are recommended to you.
If we determine that there is a need for medical evaluation or another referral, this will also be discussed with you when reviewing your test results.

hearing-aid
The next step in your pursuit of better hearing is considering options to treat hearing loss. The most common recommendations will include hearing aids (also called hearing instruments). Although this may seem intimidating, hearing healthcare has advanced greatly just in the past few years! Modern technology makes it easier than ever before to help you hear the things that matter most. Selecting the right hearing aids is very important to ensure they will meet your needs and expectations.
Getting started will mean that, after a thorough examination and review of your results, Dr. Blair will schedule a consultation or Hearing Aid Evaluation to determine what options would be best for your individual needs. This discussion takes about 45 minutes and is educational, informational, and non-coercive. We want you to feel comfortable in understanding your options and making the decision that works for you.
Dr. Blair will focus on discovering what options fit your hearing, your lifestyle, and your budget. We strongly encourage you to bring your spouse or another trusted loved one to this visit to include them in the process and help you with any decisions you need to make.

listen
Proper testing and selection of your new hearing aids are very important. Accurately fitting and programming the hearing aids is vital to your success. Hearing aids amplify sound, making it louder for you to hear the sounds that are difficult for you to hear. At your fitting appointment, Dr. Blair will customize both the physical fit and levels of amplification to tailor them just for you. These appointments take approximately one hour, and we strongly encourage you to have your spouse or another trusted friend/family member join you. This will give you another pair of eyes and ears to help process the information that will be provided and to give you support.

The fitting appointment will consist of:

  • Ensuring proper physical fit and comfort.
  • Adjusting the hearing aids to customize them just for you.
  • Discussing the basic maintenance, care, and use of the hearing aids.
  • Counseling you and your loved ones about the process and adapting.
  • Providing instruction manuals, any necessary supplies, and cleaning tools.
  • Helping you understand any advanced features you may want to utilize, like streaming directly to your cell phone or TV with Bluetooth, GPS, fall alerts, and more.
  • Detailed paperwork about your hearing aids, their warranty, and your service plan.

We will teach you everything you need to know, and the hearing aids will do the rest!

hearing-aid

Hearing healthcare needs evolve, and so does your hearing aid. Whether you have hearing aids that may need a little boost, or you’d like more sophisticated features, such as Bluetooth streaming, to be enabled, we are here to adjust and program your hearing aids. These appointments generally take about 30 minutes.
If you’ve recently purchased instruments from New Hope Hearing Solutions, these visits are likely included in your service plan for free. If you have hearing aids from another location, just call or text us to discuss your needs! We offer adjustments paid for by the visit, or you may be interested in purchasing one of our longer-term service plans. We can work with many manufacturers and hearing aid types to make sure you get the help you need.

auditory

Are your hearing aids not working as well as they used to? Not sure if they have wax buildup? Do you need a refresher on how to change a filter or need a new set of domes? Did the dog think one of your hearing aids was a chew toy? Is one of your instruments missing? Or maybe it is just time for a quick check-in?
If you recently purchased hearing aids from New Hope Hearing Solutions, these routine visits are likely already covered in your service plan. If you have hearing aids from another location, we can still help! Whether your instruments are under manufacturer warranty or not, we can provide services that enable you to purchase supplies, get repairs, handle claims for loss/damage or take care of basic maintenance needs.

hearing-aid

Our office can also help you with accessories and supplies like:

  • Customized hearing protection, swim plugs, or musician plugs.
  • Assistive listening devices like TV streamers or remote mics.
  • Captioned telephones (often at no cost to you).
  • Remote controls for your hearing aids.
  • Hearing instrument dryers.
  • Replacement parts and supplies.

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Mon, Wed, Fri - 9:00 am-2:00 pm
Tues - 9:00am-5:00pm
Closed Thursdays

Phone

304-431-2663
Text
304-809-4264

Email

newhopehearing@outlook.com

Location

  • 199 Elmer St.
  • Princeton, WV 24740
  • US

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