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Complimentary hearing assessment*

When it comes to staying healthy, having a hearing assessment is just as important as any other health check-up. If you suspect that you have hearing loss, you are welcome to book a complimentary hearing assessment with one of our hearing care experts.

6 signs you should consider a hearing assessment

The signs of hearing loss may be slow to develop and difficult to identify, or they can be sudden and obvious. If you are aware of the general signs of hearing loss, then you will be in a better place to recognize problems.
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1. Following conversation is difficult
You have difficulty following group conversations (or when background noise is present)
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2. Phone conversations are unclear
You have trouble following phone conversations and often have to ask people to repeat what they say
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3. People seem to be mumbling
You often ask people to repeat themselves. Sounds seem unclear, or people sound like they are mumbling
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4. Difficulty locating sounds
You have difficulty locating where sounds are coming from
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5. Signs of tinnitus
You experience ringing or buzzing sounds in your ears (called tinnitus)
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6. TV is difficult to hear
Your friends and family say you turn the television up too loud
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Would you like to get your hearing assessed?

Book a complimentary  hearing assessment - No obligation - Same-day results
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Have you had a hearing test within the last 12 months?

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3 ways to book a hearing assessment

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Request a call back
Fill out an online form to request a call back within 24 hours. Our customer service will then assist you in booking your hearing assessment.
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Book an appointment online
Using our online booking tool, book a complimentary hearing assessment online at your preferred time.
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Find a hearing center
Use our hearing center locator to find the closest hearing center.
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3 reasons to assess your hearing at HearingLife


Experts in hearing care
Our certified hearing care experts conduct hearing assessments with same-day results.


Quality hearing aid solutions
We offer a broad selection of the latest digital hearing aids from multiple award-winning brands. Risk-free 30 day trials.


AfterCare program
As a HearingLife customer you are entitled to complimentary hearing aid batteries, adjustments, cleaning, repair services and more.
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Before, during and after a hearing assessment

What to expect at a hearing assessment

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20 minutes
1. Discuss hearing concerns, medical history and lifestyle factors
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5 minutes
2. Physical ear examination
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20 minutes
3. Comprehensive hearing assessment
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15 minutes
4. Go over your results and recommended solutions

Hearing assessment FAQs

Leslie Soiles, Chief Audiologist
Dr. Leslie Soiles

Au.D., Doctor of Audiology
Lic. #364, Chief Audiologist, HearingLife

Dr. Leslie Soiles founded HearingLife's Shrewsbury's office (formerly New England Hearing Instruments) in 1996. As a Doctor of Audiology, she has worked with Ear, Nose and Throat Physicians for the first 20 years of her career.

Dr. Soiles serves as Chief Audiologist for HearingLife. Click here to read her complete bio and learn more about her education and background.