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Online Hearing Test

In an increasingly digital world where convenience is paramount, it’s no surprise that the realm of healthcare has ventured into the realm of virtual solutions. One such innovation is the online hearing test—a remarkable tool that allows individuals to assess their auditory abilities conveniently and confidentially from the comfort of their own homes.

Perks of an online hearing test

With the advent of advanced technology and the growing importance of proactive healthcare, the online hearing test has emerged as a game-changer, offering accessibility, accuracy, and an invaluable opportunity for early detection of hearing impairments.

Keep in mind that an online hearing test may have its benefits, but it also has its limitations. 

If you or a loved one suspects hearing loss, it’s important you take steps now in order to have the best chance for successful treatment. 

An online hearing test may be a beneficial tool to detect hearing loss, but a professional hearing test performed by an audiologist is still the best step to take.

Because most hearing loss develops gradually over time, it is often difficult to detect until it has reached an advanced stage.

Online Hearing Test: Self-assessment

To help people gauge the possibility of hearing loss, the American Academy of Otolaryngology has developed a short online hearing test, self-assessment quiz.

Please answer the following questions YES or NO.

  1. Do people seem to mumble or speak in a softer voice more than they use to?
  2. Do you feel tired or irritable after a long conversation?
  3. Do you sometimes miss key words in a sentence?
  4. Do you frequently need to ask people to repeat themselves?
  5. Do you have difficulty understanding the conversation in a crowded room?
  6. Do you often turn the volume up on the TV or radio?
  7. Does background noise bother you?
  8. Is it sometimes hard to hear the conversation on the telephone?
  9. Do you sometimes not hear the doorbell or telephone ring?
  10. Are your family or friends complaining about your hearing?

Audiologist conducting a hearing testIf you answered YES to two or more of these questions, there is a possibility you may have hearing loss.

We encourage you to schedule a hearing assessment with one of our Columbine Hearing Care providers. 

This comprehensive hearing assessment will confirm whether you have a hearing loss and if so, the type and extent.

If hearing loss is present, we will work closely with you to determine the best treatment plan for your individual hearing and communication needs.