Maintaining good hearing is important for leading a healthy and happy life. That’s why it’s a good idea to take early action to look after your hearing health and get your hearing checked regularly.
Currently, one in six Australians has some form of hearing loss. With an ageing population, this statistic is predicted to increase to one in four people by 2050.
The likelihood of experiencing hearing loss increases as we age; about 60 per cent of people aged over 60 have some form of hearing loss. Because age-related hearing loss occurs gradually, it’s common for people to be unaware their hearing is diminishing.
When to get a hearing check
- Do you have trouble understanding people unless they are facing you?
- Do friends complain that your TV is too loud?
- Do you find it hard to hear on the telephone?
- Do you have difficulty following conversations in noisy environments?
If any of these situations are familiar to you, consider having a free hearing check.
Our hearing checks are conducted by Australian Hearing experts and take about five minutes to complete. Our team will then guide you through the next steps you may need to take to improve your hearing.
Australian Hearing provides free hearing checks to adults. With more than 450 locations across Australia, there’s sure to be an Australia Hearing centre near you.
To book a free hearing check simply call 1300 639 549 or click here to find an Australian Hearing centre near you.