It takes five to seven years for people with hearing loss to seek for hearing treatment. But to benefit from better hearing, there's no need to wait that long. There are many reasons for regaining control of your hearing, from lowering the risk of depression and anxiety to helping you achieve the career goals and appreciating the most significant moments in your life.
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Choosing the best hearing specialist or audiologist is one of the most significant factors in your hearing loss journey. They will diagnose your hearing, develop a treatment plan and help you communicate better with those around you. Working with a hearing car professional who listens to your needs is vital to your treatment plan success. Here’s a list of the best hearing providers in the Mesa, AZ area.
5202 East Main Street
Mesa, AZ 85205
2058 South Dobson Road 9
Mesa, AZ 85202
6816 East Brown Road 102
Mesa, AZ 85207
4020 East Main Street
Mesa, AZ 85205
5250 East Southern Avenue Ste. 118
Mesa, AZ 85206
6553 East Baywood Avenue 104
Mesa, AZ 85206
The Hearing Tracker team has pulled together the following resources to help you find support in your local Mesa community.
The goal of the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing is to ensure accessibility for the deaf and hard of hearing, in collaboration with the public and private sectors, to enhance their quality of life.
With a reputation in the community as a tool for self-advocacy and civic empowerment, ACDHH works closely with community members to identify existing services, and those that need to be improved or developed to better support the Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and Hard of Hearing people throughout the state of Arizona.
The Arizona chapter of a non-profit, national, parental-driven organization that helps families with deaf or hard-of-hearing children, as well as adults with the same condition. They believe that hearing disorders should not restrict an individual's potential. Through outreach programs, community collaborations and advocacy activities, they help children and adults who are deaf and hard-to-hearing to achieve their life goals.
The Hearing Loss Association of America is the largest association in the country for individuals with hearing loss. HLAA provides people with hearing loss support in adapting to life with hearing loss. HLAA seeks to remove the prejudice of hearing loss and to increase public awareness of the need for hearing loss prevention, diagnosis, and routine hearing screenings.
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