Patient Resources

At Amanda’s Hearing Care, we want you to understand hearing loss. The more you know, the more you can understand how our solutions and treatments will benefit your quality of life. Our hearing care professionals are always ready to listen to your concerns and answer your questions about hearing loss and hearing aids.

We’ve carefully curated information about hearing loss we think will help you on your journey to better hearing. Be sure to share this helpful information with friends and family, so they understand your hearing loss too.

  • Care Credit

    Purchasing hearing aid technology is an investment in better physical and mental wellness. Care credit makes hearing aids affordable.

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  • Covid-19 Protocol

    Amanda’s Hearing Care complies with all CDC guidelines to keep patients safe. We have established a drop box complete with sanitizing supplies for picking up and dropping off your devices. Call one of our professionals to find out how you can use this efficient service.
    In addition, all employees wear appropriate facial coverings, and we continually sanitize surfaces. If you are coming into the office, we ask that you wear a facial covering over the nose and mouth at all times.
    Your safety and well-being are our highest priority.

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  • Guide to Hearing Aids

    Hearing aids are an investment in your quality of life. This Guide to Hearing Aids explains how hearing aids work, the different styles of hearing aids available and how to determine the right hearing aid for you.

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  • Hearing survey

    Please answer the question below to the best of your ability. After you choose your answer, the next question will appear. At the end of the survey, you will be provided with a score, and you may send this score to us so we may discuss any hearing loss issues you are having. 1 2 […]

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  • How the Ear Works

    The sense we call “hearing” requires a complex interaction between the environment around us, our auditory and vestibular systems and our brain. Discover the fascinating science behind how our body converts acoustic waves to sound.

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  • Impacts of Untreated Hearing Loss

    Undiagnosed and untreated hearing loss impacts your physical and mental well-being. If hearing is challenging or confusing, you may withdraw from activities and interactions with friends and family. Social isolation leads to depression. Untreated or undiagnosed hearing loss also plays a factor in mental decline.

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  • Types of Hearing Loss

    Not all hearing loss is the same; that’s why not all hearing loss is treated the same. There are three types of hearing loss: conductive, sensorineural and mixed. Conductive hearing loss happens when sound isn’t transmitted properly through the ears to the brain. This is often temporary and may require medical intervention. Sensorineural hearing loss occurs when sound transmits properly, but sensory receptors don’t function well. This type of hearing loss is usually permanent. Mixed hearing loss is a combination of conductive and sensorineural hearing loss.

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