I think I have a problem with my hearing. What should I do?
What happens when I am referred to Audiology?
If you have been referred by an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) consultant you will already have had a hearing assessment. The Audiologist will talk with you about things that you can try to help with any hearing difficulties you might be experiencing.
What can I do if my hearing aids break?
What do I do if I think my hearing has changed?
If you feel your hearing has gradually become worse and you are already a hearing aid user please contact the department on 0161 276 4613. We will advise you on what to do or may make you an appointment, depending on how long it has been since your last hearing test.
How often do I need my hearing aid checked?
Where can I collect batteries?
How often will Audiology send for me?
What happens if I lose my hearing aid?
What happens if my hearing aid gets stolen?
Why are some people's hearing aids smaller than mine?
Do you fit digital hearing aids?
I've seen some people with hearing aids that fit right inside the ear. Can I have one of these?
Why is my hearing aid whistling?
- There may be a lot of wax in your ears.
- The ear mould of your hearing aid may not be in your ear properly.
- The ear mould may not be a tight enough fit in your ear.
Please contact the department on (0161) 276 4613 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment.