Hearing testing can be completed in several ways depending on the age and ability of the person. We understand that younger children will not be able to “raise their hand” every time they hear a sound so we have specialized testing that is suited for their individual needs. We also understand that some older adults may take longer to process incoming sound and we can adjust the evaluation process to accommodate their abilities.
The hearing evaluation process is geared toward assessing the condition of the ear canal, functioning of the middle ear and will tell us if hearing is normal or not. If we diagnose a hearing loss, we will be able to report how much hearing loss is present and if the hearing loss is temporary or permanent. We will discuss recommendations that are specific to your hearing test results and will address your areas of concern.
For more information about hearing testing, such as how we test children vs. adults and how to read your hearing test results, please click on the appropriate links to the left.
To schedule a hearing evaluation with an audiologist at Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center, please contact our University Circle, South Euclid or Broadview Heights offices.