Nashoba Valley Medical Center's audiology department is able to evaluate patients of all ages. For children, early identification and management of hearing loss are critical to the development of speech and later learning skills. There is no upper age limit for diagnostic testing.
Nashoba Valley Medical Center's audiology department is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment which meets or exceeds standards set forth by the American National Standards Institute.
Many types of hearing disorders or impairments can be helped by using a hearing aid or other assistive device. A thorough evaluation by an audiologist is needed to determine the degree of a person's hearing impairment. After the evaluation, the audiologist can provide an individual plan for meeting the patient's needs. Assistance with hearing aid selection, as well as fitting of a full range of digital amplification, is available at our clinic. We also offer batteries, accessories and repairs on all brands of hearing aids. We will counsel you on the selection and purchase of other assistive Audiology products such as TV listening devices, custom hearing protection and amplified telephones.
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