Select Hearing

Audiologists - Kurri Kurri, NSW

Adult Hearing Care Services - Free Adult Hearing Evaluation

Kurri Kurri NSW 2327

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  1. About Us

  2. Products and Services

  3. Additional Locations

  4. FAQs

About Us

AT A GLANCE
  • Friendly and professional service
  • Wide variety of hearing aid batteries
  • Latest digital technology
  • Hearing aid maintenance
At Select Hearing we provide a friendly and professional service at an affordable price.
We are a local provider of quality hearing care services located in Toronto, our Head Office, with regular clinics at the Morisset GP Super Clinic, Kurri Kurri Professional Suites, Cooranbong, Raymond Terrace and Fern Bay. Our clinicians have many years of experience providing services in the Newcastle, Central Coast and South Lakes areas.

Some of our services include:

-Adult hearing assessments and hearing aid fitting

-Workers Compensation accredited

-Paediatric hearing tests

-Pre - employment assessments

-Hearing services to pensioners and veteran affairs card holders

-Latest digital hearing aids

-Assistive listening devices

-Hearing aid maintenance, repairs and batteries

-Home visits by appointment

Our Staff

Vida Boyd is an audiologist who worked most recently at a private clinic in Tuggerah, and prior to that at Australian Hearing in Newcastle for numerous years. Her experience includes hearing assessments and hearing aid fitting for both adults and children and those with complex needs. She also has current knowledge of cochlear implants.

Greg Frost is an audiometrist who owned and operated clinics in Cooranbong and Tuggerah. His areas of clinical expertise are adult hearing assessments and providing hearing solutions including hearing aid fitting.

At Select Hearing Toronto we provide a friendly and professional service in our modern clinic which has easy wheelchair access and plentiful parking.

Also trades as
Hearing Care Plus Pty Ltd
Also listed under
Hearing Aids, Equipment & Services

Products and Services

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Additional Locations

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FAQs

  • Am I eligible for a free hearing instrument through the Australian Government Hearing Services Program?

    You are eligible if you are an Australian citizen or a permanent resident and if you meet the eligibility criteria. We provide to pensioners and veteran affair card holders. Visit the Government office of hearing website for further information.

  • Does it take long to adjust to a hearing instrument?

    This will vary from person to person because everyone is different. It takes some time to adjust to listening, and to hearing everything louder. Hearing instruments amplify sounds. Following a conversation in a noisy place can be very difficult but with practice, listening can become an enjoyable experience again.

  • Will a hearing instrument restore my hearing to normal?

    Hearing instruments benefit many people. However, no hearing instrument can restore your hearing back to normal. The benefits depend on the severity of your hearing loss.

  • What is an audiogram?

    An audiogram is used to display the results of a hearing test. The softest sounds you can hear are your hearing thresholds and these are marked on an audiogram. Hearing tests can tell you the type and degree of hearing loss you may have.

  • Will I become dependent on a hearing device?

    A hearing device will help you communicate better and enjoy life more. Many people wonder how they ever managed without it. There is no need to be concerned about becoming dependent.

  • Do I take out my hearing instruments to go to bed or to have a shower?

    As most hearing instruments are not water proof you will have to take them out to have a shower, or if you're at the beach or in a pool. Some of the newer hearing instruments (i.e. Siemens Centra Active) have water resistant coatings which can resist sweat, moisture and humidity. In regards to sleeping with your hearing instruments it is recommended that you do not sleep with them as it may hurt your ear.

  • If my hearing instruments get wet, what do I do?

    If your hearing instruments get wet open the battery door, remove the battery and place the instrument(s) in an open air place. Do not place in the microwave to dry.

  • Do I need to open the battery door when I am not using my hearing instrument?

    It depends on the instrument. If your hearing instrument does not have a volume control the only way to turn it off is by opening the battery door. If your hearing instrument does have a volume control you can just turn the volume control all the way back, the little dots will match and that means the instruments are off, but if you still want to open the battery door there is no problem.