When you first realise you may have a hearing problem, you want to know everything there is to know about it. The Health & Hearing website has a lot of tailored information depending on who you are, including:
- If you are the one with a hearing issue
- If you know someone who has a hearing issue
- Even if you think you are too young to have a hearing problem.
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If you are ready to come and see us, it may be useful for you to see your doctor first and ask them to complete this form so that you can bring it to your first appointment. Once you have this, feel free to call us on 07 3366 9355 to make an appointment in one of our clinics at Ashgrove, Chermside, Lawnton or Cannon Hill.
However, there is a whole lot more information you can access online. We’ve put together a list of useful websites and research articles here.
If you are a pensioner or Defence Force member determine your eligibility for government funded free hearing assistance
Find out more about hearing loss and available support
If your hearing loss is connected to a workplace then you may be eligible for Queensland Government support. Please visit WorkCover Queensland website for more information
Links between dementia and hearing loss
Links between depression and hearing loss, especially in women
If you have further questions or would just like to get in touch to arrange a free hearing test please either call us on 07 3366 9355 or complete this form.
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