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Take a Hearing Test over the phone

07/30/2019 11:23 AM | Anonymous

Is your significant other always telling you to get a hearing test because you never seem to hear what they are saying?  This is the first of its kind of hearing tests in the U.S. but similar tests have been used in Europe and Australia.  The National Hearing Test is an independently and scientifically validated screen test developed with funding from the National Institutes of Health.  The test is conducted over a landline telephone. You will listen to three-digit sequences presented in a background of white noise and then enter the digits using the telephone keypad.  The ten-minute test provides information to help you decide if you should schedule a full hearing evaluation.  The hearing test is free for AARP members and others will be charged a small fee.   Click here for the link to the National Hearing test website.

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