54% of Canadians aged 40-79 (8.2 million) have
at least a mild hearing loss *
Do you think you may have hearing loss?
Take our free 3-minute online hearing test to find out more.
Discover more about your hearing health with our quick and easy online hearing test. This user-friendly assessment includes a concise questionnaire and diverse listening scenarios, ensuring a thorough evaluation. For optimal accuracy, we recommend taking the test in a quiet space with the use of headphones.
Once completed, you’ll receive instant results of normal hearing, moderate hearing loss, or severe hearing loss. If the results indicate hearing loss, we encourage you to book a no-obligation consultation with one of our trusted healthcare professionals. They will provide a personalized recommendation tailored exclusively for you, guiding you towards a path of understanding, support, and enhanced hearing experiences with your loved ones.
Take our free online hearing test for quick and accurate results to learn more.
STEPS TO BETTER HEARING
- Complete the online hearing test, which only takes three minutes, or book a no-cost*, no-obligation hearing test with a hearing healthcare professional in one of our conveniently located clinics.
- The online test takes you through a brief questionnaire and different listening scenarios.
- We recommend that you take the test in a quiet environment, preferably using headphones instead of your built-in speakers.
- Based on the answers you provide during the online test, you will be placed into one of three categories: normal hearing, moderate hearing loss, or severe hearing loss.
- If the online test results show that you have hearing loss, we encourage you to book a consultation with one of our hearing healthcare professionals.
- During this appointment, you will have the opportunity to experience a live hearing aid demonstration, specifically customized to your unique needs. We will also review your hearing aid preferences both colour and size, desired listening lifestyle, and discuss available financing options, so you can rediscover the world of sound. All of our in-clinic hearing tests are no-cost* and no-obligation, just like the online test.
While there is no replacement for an assessment with a hearing healthcare professional, this online hearing test can help verify any current hearing loss you may be experiencing.
RECONNECT WITH YOUR LOVED ONE’S TODAY!
Empower Your Hearing Health
Your proactive approach to understanding your hearing health is a significant step towards a better quality of life. Now that you’ve gained insights into your hearing health,we encourage you to take the next steps:
1. Schedule Your Hearing Test
If your online hearing test indicates hearing loss, take the next step by scheduling a comprehensive hearing test and a no-obligation consultation with our trusted professionals. Our experienced team is dedicated to providing you with more in-depth results and personalized guidance.
2. Discover Personalized Solutions
During your appointment, our team will craft a tailored hearing aid recommendation exclusively for you! You will also experience a live demonstration to witness the transformative difference firsthand.
3. Experience Ongoing Support
Our commitment extends beyond the initial consultation. We prioritize your well-being at every stage, adhering to the highest clinical standards and proven methodologies. Trust us for sound advice that transforms lives. We’re here to answer any questions or concerns, ensuring you get the most out of your enhanced hearing journey.
4. Stay Connected with Us
Enjoy trusted resources, articles, and tips on our website to uphold your optimal hearing health. Engage with our vibrant online community through our social media pages, where you’ll discover additional support, valuable information, and more, enhancing your journey towards better hearing wellness.
Remember, your hearing health is a vital part of your overall well-being. Embracing it with care and attention will enable you to lead a more connected and fulfilling life.
* Ramage-Morin, Banks, Pineault and Atrach (2019)