A typical hearing assessment at the Dalhousie Audiology Clinic might include:
- Extensive case history interview
- Otoscopic inspection
- Middle ear assessment
- Word recognition and speech reception threshold testing
- Frequency specific hearing threshold assessment
- Otoacoustic emissions assessment
The audiologist and audiology students will review the results and make recommendations based on the diagnostic findings and the needs/wishes of the patient. The Dalhousie Audiology Clinic does not dispense hearing aids but the audiologist and audiology students will provide guidance about the process of getting hearing aids.
The Dalhousie Audiology Clinic runs on Fridays from September to April.
Booking and confirming your appointment
To arrange an appointment, contact our receptionist at 902-494-7052 (please call between 8:00am and 4:00pm, Monday to Friday) or email firstname.lastname@example.org (attention "Audiology Clinic"). Appointments typically last 90 minutes (1.5 hours). You will receive a reminder call 3-4 days before your appointment to confirm.
School of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Sir Charles Tupper Medical Buidling
5850 College Street
2nd Floor, Room 2C01
Halifax, Nova Scotia