When Do I Need To Book a Hearing Test?

Approximately 1 in 6 Australians are affected by hearing loss with 3 in 4 over the age of 70 requiring some form of rehabilitation. Regular Hearing Checks are recommended to best monitor your hearing thresholds.

Learn More About When To Book a Hearing Test

No matter what age If you have never had a hearing test then book one now. It is important to determine the initial level of your hearing in order in order to compare against further testing over the years. Depending on your results testing should be monitored and re-checked every 1-3 years. 

The importance of detecting hearing loss at its earliest stage is crucial and will assist with increasing the outcomes of your hearing rehabilitation and ensures healthy function of your auditory system which is also beneficial for our cognitive function as we age, reducing the risks of dementia and other cognitive conditions.

Book a FREE Hearing
Assessment Today With An
Independent Hearing Specialist

Find out why we are Adelaide’s leading independent hearing clinic.
Book an Appointment today in one of our hearing clinic locations.

Signs You Need To Book A Hearing Test

If you answer ‘Yes’ to any of the below then it might be time to book a hearing test at one our hearing clinics in Adelaide, Port Lincoln or Whyalla.

Learn More About Hearing Test

Approximately 1 in 6 Australians are affected by hearing loss with 3 in 4 over the age of 70 requiring some form of rehabilitation. A regular hearing test can help you identify any issues that may be occurring and help you make informed decisions about your hearing needs. 

To help you, we’ve created a library of helpful information and useful tips.

What Happens During A Hearing Test

Find out more on what happens during a hearing test at one of our clinics. 

Why A Hearing Test Is Important

Early detection of hearing loss is crucial to enable the best outcome.

FAQ's About Hearing Test

In this section, We will answer the most commonly asked questions about hearing test to help you understand your hearing health and take appropriate actions accordingly.

Typically a Hearing Test should be conducted as often as you would have an eye examination conducted. We recommended to have an initial hearing test from an early age in order to use the results for future comparisons. The frequency of follow up testing will generally be determined by your hearing care professional depending on the outcome of your assessment.

Typically a Hearing Test should be conducted as often as you would have an eye examination conducted. We recommended to have an initial hearing test from an early age in order to use the results for future comparisons. The frequency of follow up testing will generally be determined by your hearing care professional depending on the outcome of your assessment.

Typically a Hearing Test should be conducted as often as you would have an eye examination conducted. We recommended to have an initial hearing test from an early age in order to use the results for future comparisons. The frequency of follow up testing will generally be determined by your hearing care professional depending on the outcome of your assessment.

Typically a Hearing Test should be conducted as often as you would have an eye examination conducted. We recommended to have an initial hearing test from an early age in order to use the results for future comparisons. The frequency of follow up testing will generally be determined by your hearing care professional depending on the outcome of your assessment.

Typically a Hearing Test should be conducted as often as you would have an eye examination conducted. We recommended to have an initial hearing test from an early age in order to use the results for future comparisons. The frequency of follow up testing will generally be determined by your hearing care professional depending on the outcome of your assessment.

Typically a Hearing Test should be conducted as often as you would have an eye examination conducted. We recommended to have an initial hearing test from an early age in order to use the results for future comparisons. The frequency of follow up testing will generally be determined by your hearing care professional depending on the outcome of your assessment.

Why Choose Independent Hearing

Independent Hearing is a government accredited hearing provider located in Adelaide, Port Lincoln and Whyalla. We offer a full range of audiology services for Pension & Veteran Card Holders, eligible NDIS recipients and Private patients.

Multiple locations

We service a number of locations across South Australia which include Adelaide (Kurralta Park, Melrose Park and Paralowie) as well as clinics located in Port Lincoln, Whyalla, Tumby Bay and Wudinna.

Expert professionals

Our team of hearing care professionals are dedicated to assisting you with all your hearing related needs. As a fully independent provider we have access to an extensive range of the latest hearing aids and hearing products on the market today. This enables us to provide an individually tailored experience to every patient and ensure they are receiving the right product that will meet their specific needs.
Luke Argent
Luke is a Co-founder/Director and Senior Audiometrist at Independent Hearing and graduated with a Diploma of Audiometry in 2018. He holds a Qualified Practitioner (QP) number with the Federal Government’s Hearing Services Program. Luke has been involved with the hearing industry since 2015 when he co-founded the business ‘Eyre Hearing’. Due to an expansion of the business in 2020 it was rebranded to its current name ‘Independent Hearing’.

Related blogs

October 22, 2021

Different Types Of Hearing Tests

Hearing is more than just being able to hear sounds. It's also about understanding speech and how it relates to your ability to communicate. It is one of the most important senses we possess. Yet, despite how crucial it is,…
October 4, 2021

Tinnitus Causes & Treatment Options

Do you experience tinnitus? If so, you are not alone. Tinnitus affects millions of people all around the world. Commonly, people with tinnitus are told that once it starts occurring, they will need to live with it, but this is…
September 28, 2021

Common Tinnitus Symptoms and How to Deal with Them

Most people who experience tinnitus will notice a common symptom such as buzzing or ringing in the ears. For others, it takes other forms, such as whistling, hissing, heartbeat, music, and many other noises. These symptoms can range from mild…

Request a FREE Hearing Test

Book a FREE Hearing Test today. * fields are required.