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SEPTEMBER IS FALL PREVENTION AWARENESS MONTH

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Associates in Hearing HealthCare promotes improved quality of life through better hearing and superior patient experience.

Hearing loss solutions

Learn more about hearing health, effects of hearing loss, and more in our blog.

Hearing loss solutions

We’ve been helping people just like you for over 20 years. See what our patients have to say.

Hearing loss solutions

It takes more than a hearing aid to fix a hearing problem. Find out how our highly trained professionals can help you.

At Associates in Hearing Healthcare, we specialize in hearing loss treatment, hearing aids, hearing loss services, tinnitus treatment, & cochlear implants for our clients in Barrington, NJ, and Voorhees, NJ.

Almost everybody knows someone who has been affected by some degree of hearing loss. While hearing impairment can be the result of heredity, it also is a natural and graduated result of the aging process.

It Takes More Than Just A Hearing Aid To Fix A Hearing Loss Problem

Not sure if you’re experiencing hearing loss?

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Do you have difficulty hearing in noisy restaurants?

Do people sound like they are mumbling?

Have difficulty understanding speech on the telephone?

If you answer yes to these questions, it’s time for a hearing screening.

Hearing Loss Clients We Serve

We serve people of all ages who are interested in finding out more about hearing loss, either for themselves or for a family member.

It’s not uncommon for people suffering from hearing loss to be defensive or in denial about it. Our website is designed so that you can find out more about the audiology process, the possibility of hearing loss, and the scientific advances the hearing community has made in the last several years to bring hearing back to the hearing impaired.

Get Hearing Help

If you think you're starting to have hearing issues, want to treat hearing loss or need some more information about hearing, get in touch with our team today.

Fall Prevention Awareness Month

The Brain Injury Association of America supports the enactment, distribution, and sustainability of evidence-based fall prevention plans and strategies to reduce the frequency of falls.

To prevent falls among the elderly, healthcare providers are encouraged to take three steps: 1) screen patients for the risk of falls, 2) review and oversee the prescription of medications that may increase the risk of falls, and 3) recommend daily vitamin D supplementation to improve muscle, bone, and nerve health.

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