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Top Things You Will Learn at Your Hearing Aid Fitting

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When you go in for your hearing aid fitting, you will likely be given a lot of information and instruction. It can be extensive, but it is also very important. Here are the top things you will learn at your fitting.

How to Use Your Hearing Aids

This is probably the most important thing you will learn at your fitting. You need to know how to use your hearing aids properly in order to get the most out of them. Your audiologist will go over all the features and settings of your hearing aids and will help you find the settings that work best for you.

How to Take Care of Your Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are not cheap, so it is important to take care of them properly. Your audiologist will go over the proper care and cleaning instructions for your hearing aids. They may also give you some tips on how to protect them from moisture and other elements.

How to Adjust to Your New Hearing Aids

It takes time to get used to new hearing aids, and your audiologist will help you with this process. They will give you exercises to do at home and may also recommend that you see a speech therapist. It is important to follow your audiologist's advice so that you can get the most out of your hearing aids.

What Type of Hearing Loss Do You Have

Your audiologist will test your hearing and determine the type of hearing loss you have. This is important information, as it will help them to prescribe the best type of hearing

How to Deal with Feedback

Feedback can be a common issue with hearing aids, but your audiologist will help you to deal with it. They will show you how to adjust the settings on your hearing aids so that feedback is minimized.

How to Troubleshoot Problems

If you are having problems with your hearing aids, your audiologist will help you to troubleshoot them. They may give you some tips on how to fix common problems yourself, or they may need to take a look at your hearing aids themselves.

How to Get the Most Out of Your Hearing Aids

Your audiologist will help you to set up your hearing aids for maximum performance. They will also give you advice on how to use your hearing aids to improve your communication skills and overall quality of life.

How to Get a Replacement or Repair

If something happens to your hearing aids, your audiologist will help you to get them repaired or replaced. They will have all the necessary information and will be able to guide you through the process.

These are just a few of the things you will learn at your hearing aid fitting. It is important to remember that this is just a starting point and that your audiologist will continue to help you adjust to your new hearing aids.


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