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Audiology Services

Audiology services include hearing testing for adults and children; hearing screenings for newborns and hearing aid evaluations and fittings. Assistive listening equipment, such as vibrating or flashing alarm clocks, FM listening systems, amplified telephones or handsets, and personal listening systems for television viewing are also available.
 
Diagnostic Audiological Evaluations 
We perform complete and comprehensive tests to assess your hearing status and make appropriate recommendations.
 
Newborn Hearing Screening Program
We identify infants who need further diagnostic testing for the purpose of early intervention and normal language development.
 
Hearing Aid Consultations, Fittings, Adjustments, Repairs and Services
We work with several, well-known manufacturers to provide state-of-the-art, digital technology to fit your individual communication needs. 
 
Assistive Listening Devices
We offer amplified telephones, personal communication devices, television devices, and other wireless systems all designed to make your life with hearing loss easier.  
 
Custom made earmolds and earplugs/hearing protectors
We provide swim plugs, musician ear plugs, hands-free cell-phone/iPod custom earbuds.
 
Hearing aid batteries, wax guards and dri-aid kits are available for purchase.
 
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Who We Are

Audiologists are the professionals who specialize in the diagnosis and nonmedical treatment of hearing and balance disorders.  Audiologists specialize in the study of normal and impaired hearing, prevention of hearing loss, identification and assessment of hearing and balance problems, and habilitation or rehabilitation of persons with hearing and balance disorders.  They can test hearing and balance; recommend and fit hearing aids; recommend assistive listening equipment; manage hearing screening programs; provide education regarding the effects of noise on hearing and the prevention of hearing loss; manage cochlear implants; and provide counseling and aural rehabilitation.  
 
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Contact Us

Washington Hearing and Speech is part of the Sibley Center for Rehabilitation Medicine.  We are located in the Sibley Renaissance Building.
 
Phone Number: 202-537-4010
 
 
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