Hearing Checks, Screenings and Pre-employment hearing tests
A hearing screening is usually the first step towards finding out if you have a hearing loss. Depending on the result, you might need to take the next step toward a more thorough evaluation.
A hearing screening is a quick and cost-effective way to check on the state of your hearing health. Those who pass their hearing screening either have no hearing loss or a minor hearing loss. If the screening detects a significant hearing loss, we recommend a more detailed hearing evaluation should be done by a qualified hearing professional.
Touchscreen Hearing Check
A convenient way to check your hearing is by visiting our Victor Harbor clinic at any time to use our Touchscreen Hearing Check – and you won’t need to make an appointment.
This self-assessment tool is completely free to use. It will instantly tell you whether you have a hearing loss that is significant enough to warrant a clinical assessment. You will even be emailed a detailed copy of your results at the conclusion of the 5-minute test.
Full Clinical Assessment
During a full clinical assessment (1-hour), you’ll experience a range of different testing procedures. These include the following (please see Types of Tests page for more information):
- Pure Tone Audiometry
- Air conduction
- Bone conduction tests
- Speech Tests
- Speech-in-noise tests
- Tympanogram and Reflex Tests