Advanced Hearing Healthcare that Travels to You in Squamish, BC
Helping you hear better while keeping you safe is a priority for our Hear at Home Mobile Hearing professionals. Many of those we serve in Squamish, BC struggle with mobility issues, are affected by self-isolation, which limits their ability to have an active social life, and become emotionally stressed due to hearing loss, which limits their capacity to attend an in-office hearing care appointment.
Hear at Home’s mobile audiologists are able to provide a quality comprehensive hearing assessment as well as hearing aid fitting, maintenance, and repair in the comfort of your Squamish home. Our list of services, designed to help you reconnect with family, friends, and neighbors as well as enhance your quality of life, also includes assisted listening devices, help with Veterans Affairs and Social Assistance, and expert earwax removal, available in our North Vancouver location.
A Brief History of Squamish
Squamish, BC is located at the north end of Howe Sound on the Sea to Sky Highway on land that is part of the Squamish Nation. The town grew up around the construction of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway in the 1910s, serving as the first southern terminus of that railway as a prominent shipping port, which was mostly dedicated to the lumber industry.
Though the closing of sawmills and pulp mills threatened to wipe out Squamish entirely, the influx of Vancouver and Whistler residents escaping the increased cost of living in those places and tourism buoyed the town’s economy. Outdoor recreation is a major draw to the area with rock climbing and hiking of the Coastal Mountains of Howe Sound being a major draw, while kiteboarding and windsurfing are popular water sports and attractions like Shannon Falls waterfall are enjoyed; river-rafting on the Elaho and Squamish rivers, snowmobiling on nearby Brohm Ridge, and bald eagle viewing round out the opportunities to enjoy the abundant beauty of the area.
112-3721 Delbrook Avenue
North Vancouver, BC, V7N 3Z4
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Comprehensive Hearing Tests
Know the Truth About Your Hearing
Hearing loss comes on slowly, which means that family, friends and coworkers are likely to recognize it before you do. Though it might be frustrating to have to listen to their caring advice, a hearing test is the first step toward making a decision that will not only result in better hearing health butalso improve your quality of life.
The only way to know the truth about your hearing is a non-invasive comprehensive hearing assessment. However, many people put off hearing tests, though 54% of Canadians aged 40 to 79 (8.2 million) have at least mild hearing loss. Worst of all, leaving your hearing challenges untreated does extensive damage and leads to a more advanced level of hearing loss as well as other negative health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, cognitive decline, and balance disorders.
Hear at Home’s doctors of audiology travel to wherever you are in order to provide you with a highly accurate comprehensive hearing assessment using state-of-the-art equipment to provide you with the truth about your hearing.
Delivering Advanced Hearing Aid Technology to Your Home
Most people think of the bulky, clunky gadgets their parents or grandparents struggled with whenever someone mentions hearing aids. Fortunately, you can put those outdated stigmas to rest because hearing aid technology has come a long way in the past couple of decades.
In the same way that cell phones became smaller, lighter, and more powerful, advancements in micro-digital and nano-digital technology have made it possible to make hearing aids smaller, lighter, and more discrete while enhancing their sound processing capabilities. The modern hearing aids available from Hear at Home are more powerful, feature long-lasting rechargeable batteries, include programmable and automated noise cancellation, and have the capacity to stream music, phone calls, and audio from your smartphone, television, PC, or other digital devices directly to your hearing aids.
With advanced hearing aid technology delivered to you in the comfort of your home, you’ll not only be able to enhance your hearing, but also amplify your quality of life.
Deal with Your Earwax Issues the Right Way
When earwax builds up, your ears might feel stuffy or full, voices and sounds might become muffled, you could experience ringing in your ears, or your ears might ache from the pressure. Earwax removal provides the relief you need when you deal with it the right way.
Earwax is nature’s way of lubricating and cleaning your ear canal, which means it is necessary in order for you to have healthy ears, but when it becomes impacted, the result can be temporary or sudden hearing loss, feelings of fullness, dizziness, headaches, balance issues, infections, ringing in the ears, and/or ear pain. Unfortunately, attempting to remove earwax at-home with a cotton swab or some other object is the most common cause of impacted earwax.
Our earwax removal expert at Hear at Home’s Delbrook clinic in North Vancouver provides the safest, most effective way to deal with your earwax challenges so you can enjoy better hearing and healthier ears.
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