Our hearing care services include:
- Hearing aid prescriptions, fittings, adjustments and repair
- Hearing tests
- Hearing aid payment plans and financing
- Assistive listening devices for TV, phones, and more
- Custom ear plugs for swimming, musicians, light sleepers, and noise protection
Hearing Aids Technology
There are different levels of technology available in hearing aids with the highest level of technology including things like machine learning, the clearest sound quality, and the ability to filter out background noise.
In addition, you can also choose hearing aids with technological features like the following:
Bluetooth hearing aids
You can connect and stream sound from devices like your smartphone, music player, and more directly to your ears.
Made for iPhone hearing aids
Connect directly to your iPhone™, iPad™, iPod Touch™, or Apple Watch™.
Rechargeable hearing aids
You can set the hearing aids into a charging station so you don’t have to fiddle with small batteries.
Invisible hearing aids
Smaller hearing aid models that fit inside your ear, so no one can see that you are wearing aids require more advanced technology to provide clear sound and sufficient battery life.
Digital hearing aids
New and innovative hearing aids digitizes the sounds that it receives before amplifying it into your ears. It makes it easier to dampen background noise so it doesn’t interfere with any conversation or TV show you’re trying to listen too.
Hearing loss is one of the fastest growing chronic conditions in Canada and can have many causes such as age-related hearing loss, noise-induced hearing loss and more. Hearing is an important part of life, that not only impacts you, but it affects the people around you as well. It is often family members that are the first people to recognize the signs of hearing loss.
Do you believe you or a loved one are experiencing hearing loss? Contact us to schedule a hearing test.
Hearing Loss Signs
The signs of hearing loss can be sudden or can develop slowly over time, so it is hard to notice. It is often family members that are the ones that first notice a person’s hearing loss. Some of the most common signs of hearing loss are:
- Asking others to repeat themselves
- Turning up the TV or radio to volume levels others find loud
- Having trouble understanding conversation in noisy places
- Having trouble hearing women’s and children’s voices
- Having trouble hearing on the telephone
- Having difficulty following a fast-moving conversation
- Being told by others that you have hearing loss
Hearing loss can be caused by many things throughout your life including:
- Age-related hearing loss
- Noise-induced hearing loss
- Injury & Trauma
ABOUT K&H AUDIOLOGY
Our ultimate goal as hearing health care provider is to always place the well being of our clients above everything else. That means focusing on providing the best customer service and the highest quality hearing care services at North York, ON.
We are your hearing health care specialists and your partners in finding the solutions that best suit your hearing loss needs.
Hearing Instrument Specialist
With over ten years of experience in hearing health care and hearing sciences, Sonya Vexler has acquired a tremendous knowledge base in hearing testing, fitting, verification, and in counseling individuals living with hearing and auditory impairments.
Sonya received her education at George Brown College and worked with various hearing health clinics before joining K&H Audiology in 2007. She is a certified member of Association of Hearing Instruments Practitioners of Ontario.
Joyce is a registered audiologist who has years of experience serving English and Cantonese-speaking clients in the GTA. She received her Masters in Audiology at the University of Western Ontario, giving her the clinical expertise to test and manage hearing loss in both the adult and pediatric population. Her main focus is helping her clients improve their quality of life through thorough hearing assessments and hearing aid fittings.