Long overdue review. First of all, with certain frequency we visit various health professionals to ensure our general wellbeing. We go to the dentist every six months to keep healthy teeth, we go to the eye doctor once a year for a good eye exam, and we visit the doctor for an annual check, to make sure we are in good physical condition. We tend to never think to visit an audiologist for an ear exam, and determine the health of our audition capabilities. We are exposed to all day noises that are harmful to our hearing, and also potential physiological causes that could threat to lose one of the most important senses. Over the years we have been exposed to loud music, mowing, and all sort of other noises that could diminish our hearing functions. I personally never thought to visit an audiologist, they weren’t even on my radar.
It wasn’t until I was encouraged to make an appointment to have an ear exam and evaluation. I was highly recommended to visit the Delaware Speech and Hearing Center, so I did. I have to say that I feel more than fortunate to have Ms. Joan Hazlett, Lead Audiologist be the one who did the exam and assessment. No other health professional in my life time had spent time to go over in such great detail about the exam, results and all possible alternatives to improve hearing capabilities.
I had the opportunity to try hearing devices for a week, to realize that I live in a tri-dimensional world. I left not only impressed but in gratitude and appreciation with Ms. Joan Hazlett for her outstanding professionalism, and human kindness. There is only until five stars for the review, but she deserves 10 stars.
I would strongly recommend everyone to visit the Delaware Speech and Hearing Center for an evaluation and assessment of your audition capabilities.