Supporting Local Veterans Through Community Care
At Audiological Services, working with veterans is a cause that is very close to our hearts. Dr. Leah Guempel, the owner of our clinic, is married to a veteran and understands the unique challenges that veterans face upon returning home from active duty.
We are committed to providing the highest level of audiological care to our community’s veterans, which is why we work closely with the Department of Veterans Affairs and Community Care to ensure that they receive the best care possible.
We understand that hearing loss and tinnitus are common among veterans who have been exposed to loud noises and explosions during their service. As such, we offer a range of services to help veterans manage these invisible wounds, including hearing aid fittings, counseling, and other therapies.
Our team is dedicated to helping veterans lead fulfilling lives after their service, and we are honored to provide them with the care and support they need to achieve this. Whether they require hearing aids or other treatments, we work hands-on with veterans to deliver personalized care and solutions that address their unique needs.
At Audiological Services, we are proud to support our local veterans and recognize the sacrifices they have made for our country. By providing them with the highest level of care, we hope to make a meaningful impact on their lives and help them thrive in their communities.
Learn More About How We Can Help You
At Audiological Services, we understand better than most the hearing care and support that our veterans need. To ensure veterans receive the very best levels of care, we work closely with the Department of Veterans Affairs and Community Care.
The nature of being a veteran often means that a more personalized level of care is required, in order to greatly improve the long term outcome for someone suffering hearing loss. If you want to know more about how we can help, simply complete the form and we will be in touch.
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“I was relieved that she [Sally] and her team could help me, and they did.”
Lori was fitted with hearing aids when she was two years old. However, she continued to struggle with her hearing throughout her life.
Although she didn’t have any major concerns prior to visiting Audiological Services, she still had plenty of hope that her hearing issues could be resolved. Lori says...
“You won’t be disappointed!”
Ray’s hearing aids were letting him down and this was putting a damper on his social life. He recalls he was “no longer engaging with people at family gatherings or other get togethers.”
Prior to visiting Audiological Services, Ray didn’t have any particular concerns. “I had already been evaluated by the VA & fit for hearing aids before,” he says. So, he pretty much knew what to expect.
“Very professional and helpful.”
Clifton became aware of his hearing loss while at work. He recalls, “I was having trouble hearing customers. I needed to have good hearing to be able to analyze the problem with customers’ phones.”
Knowing that he couldn’t carry on working this way, Clifton decided to visit Audiological Services. He says, “I just wanted honest answers and to correct my hearing problem.”
“A friendly and caring experience.”
John has a meaningful story to share. A story that is all too common for thousands of military personnel but is often overlooked or simply forgotten by others.
Hearing loss is actually quite common for those men and women who have devoted their lives to the military. Long-term exposure to machinery, gunfire, and explosives can damage the ears, with hearing loss and tinnitus common among active-duty personnel and veterans a like.
“Audiological Services can help you hear your best!”
It is often said that the best things in life are free. For James, this couldn’t be closer to the truth.
Recalling how he discovered he had a hearing loss, James said, “I didn’t realize I had a hearing problem until I participated in a free hearing test offered by Audiological Services. I was surprised by the result but then realized I needed help with my hearing.”
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“Everyone was very friendly.”
Robert has lived with an untreated hearing loss for quite some time. He first became aware that he had a hearing loss about 20 years ago “when my mother-in-law noticed I wasn’t hearing her very well.” He decided to seek treatment when he became concerned about miscommunicating with people.
Robert’s first appointment at Audiological Services was a positive experience. He says, “Everyone was very friendly, and the doctor explained things very well.”
“Go get checked out.”
For many people, accepting they have a hearing challenge is often an obstacle they must overcome before doing anything about it. Take James, for example.
Despite misunderstanding words, James says he felt like “I don’t need help. I can hear just fine.” However, a comprehensive hearing assessment at Audiological Services soon revealed the truth, prompting James to take further action...
John was tired. Tired of being told how loud he was by his family. He recalls, “I was constantly being told I was yelling, and when I went into restaurants or movies, I always had to ask what was being said.”
He remembered his grandpa’s hearing aids, and this initially had him concerned about any potential devices he might need to wear.