This puts a damper on family, friends, fun and life in general. When one does not have a keen sense of hearing, daily communication can be stressful and difficult. It can cause social isolation and greatly reduce the quality of life for you and your loved ones.
Understanding hearing healthcare can be difficult. However, you are taking a huge first step in learning about your hearing and finding out what options are available to effectively address hearing loss. Take a look at the road map below to understand your path to better hearing with The Mendelson Group.
A Lifetime of Better Hearing
Knowledge is power. For this reason, we have compiled a list of helpful facts and information to help you take proactive measures toward your auditory needs.
Established in 1972, The Mendelson Group was among the area's first audiology private practices. Learn about our distinguished company and the reasons we routinely receive referrals from top area physicians.
Contact The Mendelson Group for more information on our life-changing hearing services.
The Mendelson Group also provides the additional service of making visits to nursing homes and senior living residences in the Maryland, DC and Northern Virginia area. “I believe it is important to see people in their own environment,” says Dr. Mendelson, “so that I can better assess their individual hearing needs. I like to sit down and talk with people. The thing I enjoy most is helping people communicate. I see communication as a key to keeping people happy, healthy, and connected to others.”
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.
Are there situations in which you find it difficult to hear clearly?
Do you have to strain to understand conversations?
Do you have a problem hearing over the telephone?
Do you have trouble following a conversation when two or more people are talking at the same time?
Do you have trouble hearing conversations in a noisy background such as a restaurant or a group gathering?
Do you have dizziness, pain, or ringing in your ears?
Do family members or coworkers remark about you missing what has been said?
Do people complain that you turn the TV volume up too high?
Do you find it hard to hear someone when they talk in a soft voice or whisper?
Do you find understanding women and children particularly challenging?
You received a score of