Living with hearing loss can be a challenge. For most patients, personal hearing instruments are the answer and can restore confidence in communication allowing patients who are diagnosed with hearing loss to enjoy their normal everyday activities at home and in the workplace. However, sometimes other assistive devices or further education on how to maximize communication is needed.
Hearing Health Center
The Hearing Health Center is dedicated to helping people with hearing loss and their families by offering hearing aid technology and assistive listening devices. Audiologists demonstrate the technology and devices and provide education on contributing factors pertaining to hearing health as well as a wide variety of topics.
- Hearing loss prevention
- Hearing device expectations
- Communication strategies
- Auditory rehabilitation and auditory training
- Other additional hearing aid technology
Hearing Aid Technology and Assistive Listening Devices:
- Amplified stethoscopes – for hard of hearing healthcare workers
- Entry Level Products for Hearing Loss- for patients who are not ready for traditional hearing aids and are seeking a more affordable solution.
- Alarm clocks and alerting devices
- Remote microphones
- Amplified or captioned phones
- Television listening systems
- Signaling devices
- Bluetooth devices for cell phone or land line use
Please call 972-883-3619 to make an appointment today.
Monday, 8 am – 12 pm
Thursday, 8 am – 12 pm
The Hearing Health Center is a registered vendor through the State of Texas to provide devices through the Specialized Telecommunications Assistance Program (STAP). A STAP voucher provides financial assistance for telecommunications equipment and/or accessories for all individuals with a disability, including hearing, vision, motor or speech. The Hearing Health Center is qualified to issue hearing and speech devices only.
To apply visit: English/Spanish STAP application and Spanish only instructions (the first three links listed under Documents)
Technology, Listening and Communication (TLC) classes are offered free of charge to Callier patients and other hearing aid patients from the community. These classes will help enhance your benefit from hearing aids, helping you understand the hearing rehabilitation process, develop realistic expectations for hearing treatment, utilize effective communication strategies and help you address environmental obstacles like noise. Including a loved one in the classes will minimize stress and give you extra support on your journey to better hearing