You’re invited to join us for our seminar series

What You Need to Know Before Buying Hearing Aids

hosted by Dr. Erin Rellinger, Au.D., CCC-A, FAAA

Tuesday, October 10th at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

1 st floor conference room at our Cumberland office
3225 Cumberland Blvd SE
Atlanta, GA 30339


Questions? Call us at 404-591-2950 or
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Seminar topics include:

  • Review of the ear, types of hearing loss and hearing loss symptoms
  • What to expect at a hearing test
  • How to understand an audiogram
  • Review of the different types and styles of hearing aids (over-the-counter, custom and non-custom prescription hearing aids)
  • How hearing aids work: a deep dive into hearing aid features and patient lifestyles
  • Review of current medical literature about cognition and hearing and other co- morbidities of hearing loss
  • Discussion about the difference between an ENT physician, an audiologist and a hearing aid dispenser
  • In depth review of the hearing aid fitting process (how do we program hearing aids? How do we verify that the fitting is correct? How do we monitor patient outcomes?)
  • Review of hearing aid purchase avenues available to today’s consumer
  • Review of insurance coverage for hearing aids and expected out of pocket costs
  • Ongoing required maintenance for hearing aids and long-term treatment plan goals
  • Q&A Session

Learning objectives:

  • Teach attendees to be a good consumer of hearing healthcare
  • To give attendees the confidence needed to make educated decisions regarding their hearing health
  • To empower attendees to improve their hearing

The goal of our seminar is to empower you or your loved one to improve your hearing. Millions of Americans have hearing loss, yet most do not seek help right away. We hope to help consumers seek treatment earlier to achieve better hearing results. The average patient with hearing loss waits 7-10 years before seeking treatment. We believe this is too many years of missed communication, memories and important moments in life. Our seminars are our way to share our expertise and help educate the public to take better care of their hearing health.

All seminars are free to attend.

We kindly ask you to RSVP. In the event that you cannot attend, we kindly ask that you let us know so that we can invite another guest on our wait list.