learn more about hearing and hearing aids through the individual consultations with our expert team

  • • How is sound coming to the brain?
  • • presentation of the hearing sensation and its most important anatomical and physiological components.
  • • How does hearing test and hearing loss determine?
  • • Which types of hearing loss exist and in which part of the hearing system there is a problem?
  • • How does hearing loss affect each person and what limitations does the person have?
  • • What are the causes of hearing loss?
  • • How does hearing aids work?
  • • What kind of help can be expected from hearing aids and what are their limitations?
  • • How are certain situations affected by hearing aids?
  • • how do persons with hearing impairment wear this limit?
  • • tips and tactics that allow for easier listening.

after consulting, a hearing impaired person and their family should know...

  • • that in most types of hearing loss the ability to hear silent sounds is reduced while the ability to hear loud noises is usually undamaged
  • • In most types of hearing loss, speech accessibility (understanding) is reduced
  • • In most types of hearing loss, the ability to determine the direction of the sound source is reduced
  • • hearing aids can not regain normal, healthy hearing that is irreversibly lost but can ease everyday functioning