As an independent clinic Richmond Audiology has access to the most up-to-date hearing aid technology on the market. That means we can find you a hearing aid that looks and feels right and suits your budget.
At Richmond Audiology we supply and fit a large range of hearing aids and accessories. We’re not restricted to a handful of hearing aid manufacturers, which means you can choose from the best of the best.
Our audiologists continuously keep up-to-date with new and advancing technologies, including bluetooth connectivity to mobile phones and television and rechargeable solutions.
When we recommend a certain brand, you can be assured that this is because we have researched the benefits, not because of any obligation or discount.
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Hearing Aid Solutions
These hearing aids come in open fit and standard canal designs to sit snugly on the top of the ear.
Tailor made to fit your unique needs & ear shape, developed in close consultation with every individual client.
Our Fitting Process
Choosing a hearing aid can feel overwhelming. At Richmond Audiology we take the time to get to know you and your hearing needs and discuss your options to find the right fit for you.
We start with a chat about any problems you’re experiencing, your communication needs, your hearing and ear health history and a thorough audiological evaluation.
We will then recommend hearing aids that most suit your hearing, communication goals, lifestyle and budget.
Hearing Aid Pricing
At Richmond Audiology we keep it simple.
We have designed two packages to suit your individual needs and budget. Under both packages you’ll get an exceptional quality service and the greatest care possible from the team. We will guide you through the best option for your specific needs to help you decide which fitting package will suit you best.
What is a hearing aid?
Hearing aids are small, battery powered, electrical devices with three parts – a microphone, amplifier and receiver (speaker).
Each hearing aid is programmed differently to suit each individual’s hearing. It amplifies sounds that can’t be heard due to the hearing loss.
A hearing aid is not designed to make everything louder but to make sounds more clear, in particular, speech.
Advanced technology for superior sound
Hearing aids have advanced significantly over the years in both functionality and style.
As the sophistication of technology increases so does its ability to automatically respond to the listeners needs. Modern hearing aids have been designed to work in more complex environments and include effective noise reduction features.