If you have enough funds left in your benefits, the hearing test will be covered by your medical aid.
There is a N$50 patient contribution at your first consultation for all medical funds.
Depending on the tests conducted, between N$650-N$750
An initial consultation for an adult is approximately sixty minutes, and the results are available and discussed immediately. A full diagnostic test is conducted, allowing enough time to understand your medical and audiological history.
If a dizziness and balance assessment needs to be conducted, a separate appointment will be scheduled for a two hour slot. Please click on the link to access instruction on do’s and don’ts before the test
Depending on the age and ability of the child, an initial consultation takes approximately 45 minutes, but follow-up appointments may need to be arranged.
An Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) evaluation for a child takes approximately three hours. Please click on the link to access instruction on do’s and don’ts before the test.
Yes, we can test from newborn to geriatrics.
First important thing to tell your child is that a hearing test is fun! Nothing is painful, and the hearing test is like playing a game.
No. We only give therapy/rehabilitation to children/adults who use hearing aids or cochlear implants. But you are more than welcome to contact us for a referral.
It is important to make sure that your child meets the developmental milestones for speech/language development. If there is a developmental delay, take him/her for a hearing evaluation.
For adults with a hearing loss, it is recommended that you get your hearing tested annually. This is to enable us to monitor your hearing loss or changes in your hearing health, and to adjust your hearing aids accordingly.
There is a broad range of technology, ranging from entry level to top end technology. We recommend that you discuss your lifestyle requirements and budget with the audiologist during your appointment. This will help in the process of designing your tailor made hearing solutions.
If you have a question about the effectiveness of your hearing aids, visit an audiologist. It may be that there are some changes to your hearing loss, or that your hearing aids need adjustment.
Absolutely. Contact us for an appointment.