There are several steps that are part of a hearing evaluation. If you suspect that you might need a hearing aid, you will first need to have a hearing evaluation. At the time of the hearing evaluation, a case history will be taken to determine how much your hearing problem impacts your day-to-day life as well as the lives of your family. You may also have to provide some basic questions about your general health history.


The Brain Evoked Response Auditory (BERA) test is a hearing test for children aged one to three years. If the BERA test results are in good shape, it can be assumed that the child’s hearing function is within normal ranges and that no more medical treatment is required. If the BERA test findings are abnormal, the evaluation will proceed with the calculation or prediction of the hearing threshold, and hearing rehabilitation with hearing aids should be done as soon as possible. It’s tough to tell if a child has hearing loss right away. Speech, language, cognitive, social, and emotional issues can all be exacerbated by hearing loss. As a result, it is preferable to conduct a hearing test on children when they are young.

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