With West Orange, NJ only a few minutes away from Livingston where Hearing Doctors of New Jersey is located, the people of West Orange have access to the comprehensive hearing services our experienced team provides.
We offer everything from hearing aids to evaluations and assessments to ensure you receive a customized treatment plan that meets your specific hearing needs.
An adult hearing assessment is used to determine whether you have a hearing impairment and if so, to what degree it’s impaired. Because there are different levels of hearing loss, a hearing assessment can help us figure out where your hearing loss is at so we can build the right treatment plan for you.
During the assessment, your Doctor of Audiology will guide you through the process step-by-step and then assess the results so you can better understand what the next steps are and why they are necessary.
Besides determining any hearing impairment issues, your Doctor of Audiology will also ask you about your overall health history, what medications you’re on, and what your lifestyle is like.
Your adult hearing assessment may tell us that hearing aids are the best treatment option for you. Whatever the reason for your hearing loss, hearing aids can be an effective tool to ensure you can clearly hear the world around you. Using our proprietary H.E.A.R. Method Treatment Program can help us match the best hearing aid to your needs.
To say there are a lot of different hearing aids available would be a vast understatement. But with the help of your Doctor of Audiology, you can find the right one for you.
Some of the brands we offer at Hearing Doctors of New Jersey include:
Like any electronic device, hearing aids may need repairs at some point. Whether they get broken, stop working, or only need a simple repair, we can ensure your hearing aid is working properly and get it back to you as soon as possible.
If the repair can be done at our Livingston office, we can usually fix it quickly and easily and have you on your way. But if the repair is more substantial, we may need to send it to the manufacturer to repair the problem. If that’s the case, we can walk you through the process and guide you on managing your day-to-day without your hearing aid while it’s in for repairs.
Central auditory processing disorder (CAPD) is a condition where the brain and ears are not properly communicating with one another. For people struggling with CAPD, this can mean they find it difficult to concentrate, identify words spoken to them, or remember instructions.
Unfortunately, it can also be difficult to diagnose because the symptoms are so similar to ADHD and ADD. But that’s where our central auditory processing evaluation comes in.
At Hearing Doctors of New Jersey, we can create a comprehensive and personalized treatment plan that incorporates the input of speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, psychologists, and school resources. Because CAPD is often found in young children, help with school is usually necessary.
Our proprietary hearing treatment at Hearing Doctors of New Jersey is the H.E.A.R Method Treatment Program. It is based on our four key principles: hearing goals, engagement, analytics, and real results.
We aim to make a treatment plan that meets your goals while also having an honest conversation with both you and your family on your plan and where we see it going. We also focus on the testing results so we know where to direct your treatment and deliver real results that you’re satisfied with.
A thorough brain-hearing evaluation is critical to treating hearing loss properly and that’s what you get with our H.E.A.R. Method Treatment.
West Orange is only located about 15 minutes from Livingston where Hearing Doctors of New Jersey is located. Home to almost 48,000 people, West Orange is a suburban township in Essex County that was home to inventor Thomas Edison and is currently the home to the Edison National Historic Site. The township is also known for the Turtle Back Zoo and its sprawling parks.