Free Hearing Loss Checklist

Your ears and your hearing are very fragile, if lost, it cannot be recovered. Your hearing is so important for communication yet all too often, hearing loss goes untreated. When left untreated, hearing loss can get worse, be dangerous for your well-being, and can lead to depression, isolation, frustration, and even dementia. At the same time, treatment for hearing loss as well as the hearing assessment are non-invasive and pain free solutions. We have developed this checklist to help you recognize if you should seek out a hearing assessment to determine if you have hearing loss and what can be done about it.

Free Hearing Loss Checklist

If you are concerned that you might have hearing loss, use this checklist to get more information. Of course, coming in for a screening is always the best, surefire way to know if you have hearing loss and to learn what your treatment options are. The sooner you seek treatment, the better. If you can you answer yes to one or more of these 10 questions on our free hearing loss checklist, it is time to investigate further.

  1. Do you find yourself asking different people to repeat themselves often?
  2. Is it more difficult to understand everyone in a group conversation?
  3. Do you have trouble hearing conversations at parties or in loud restaurants?
  4. Do you find yourself turning the television or radio volume higher than the rest of your friends or family?
  5. Do you have trouble hearing someone if they are not facing you?
  6. Do you get a ringing, buzzing, or other noises in your ears when no sound is really there?
  7. Is it hard to hear when talking on the phone?
  8. Does hearing loss run in your family?
  9. Have you skipped gatherings because you are having trouble hearing during them?
  10. Have you been told my friends or family that you have a hearing problem?

For more information, see Hearing Loss Questionnaire and Symptoms of Hearing Loss.

Trust the Experts at Anderson Audiology

We are here for you and all your hearing health needs. If you are concerned about the possibility of hearing loss or have any questions about hearing aids, contact us at Anderson Audiology and schedule an appointment today with one of our hearing professionals.