Ears Hearing Clinics is currently the only hearing clinic in Langley that participates in the Flex Forward Evaluation Program, a Try-Before-You-Buy program.

Hearing matters: Langley specialist shares innovative program

6 signs of hearing loss you shouldn’t ignore…

Genetics aside, the greatest cause of hearing loss in adults is repeated exposure to loud noises. Illness and accidents are other principle causes of hearing impairment. Whatever the situation, not being able to hear impacts lives in adverse ways that are preventable.

6 signs that demonstrate loss of hearing:

  1. People complain that you turn up the television too loud.
  2. People’s voices sound “blurry,” like they are mumbling.
  3. You ask people to repeat themselves, even in quiet environments.
  4. You have difficulty hearing or understanding on the telephone.
  5. You have trouble following or understanding conversations within a group of people.
  6. A friend or family member has commented that you may have a loss of hearing.

Often, the first step towards better hearing is to find a trusted hearing specialist. Talking to someone who takes personal service to heart will fill that need. At Ears Hearing Clinics, Kim Galick has been providing exceptional, personalized service for over 25 years and has developed caring relationships with clients in her community. That’s why Ears Hearing Clinics has been voted as Langley’s favourite hearing clinic seven years in a row!

“Not being a franchise or ‘big box’ store, I’m able to connect with clients on a deeper level,” Kim says. “As an independent hearing clinic, I’m not restricted to a specific product or manufacturer. This gives us the luxury to choose the right product for each client.”

Kim, a Registered Hearing Instrument Practitioner, allows more time to get to know the client and their lifestyle, focusing on what’s important to them.

Ears Hearing Clinics is currently the only hearing clinic in Langley that participates in the Flex Forward Evaluation Program, a Try-Before-You-Buy program. After the initial hearing test, the results are explained to the client. The client is then able to wear and take home evaluation hearing aids for up to two weeks, a trial period in which the device collects sound data in real time.

The hearing aid collects important sound information that allows Kim to make a precise recommendation about the type of technology level that’s most suited for the individual’s lifestyle. Hearing aids are not prescribed on the hearing test alone. Kim will make sure the hearing aid you finally choose will provide the greatest benefit to you and your lifestyle.

Ears Hearing Clinics offers hearing solutions from all hearing aid manufacturers. The benefit of being an independent hearing clinic is that the client can be assured that they are getting the right product for his or her specific needs. For your free evaluation or more information, call Ears Hearing Clinics at 604-427-2828, email info@earslangley.com or visit earslangley.com.

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At Ears Hearing Clinics, Kim Galick has provided exceptional, personalized service for over 25 years.

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