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Indications of hearing difficulty

Your answers indicate that you may experience hearing difficulties. Listening may be challenging for you in many everyday situations, which could be affecting your quality of life. 

Your answers indicate that you may experience hearing difficulties. However, it is important to remember that this is just an indication and the online hearing test results provide a preliminary indication only and do not replace a full hearing test.

Take the first step to better hearing. Complete the form to request your FREE* hearing test at your local Audika clinic, and we will contact you shortly.

* FREE hearing check is available to adults aged 26 years or older. 


Don't worry, you're not alone

It is common to have hearing difficulties.

  • 1 in 2 people 60 years and over in Australia have hearing loss1
  • Around 466 million people worldwide have disabling hearing loss2
  • The prevalence of hearing loss in Australia was estimated to be 3.95 million people in 2019-20. This represents 15.3% of the total Australian population. The prevalence of hearing loss is expected to rise to 7.78 million people by 20663
  • People with hearing loss may benefit from early identification
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Managing hearing loss may help prevent dementia

Hearing loss could lead to lowered mental stimulation, and isolation. It is thought, managing hearing loss may help protect against cognitive decline by keeping the brain actively engaged in everyday life. Learn more

You might be wondering what takes place at a hearing test, such as what types of tests you’ll take and what you can expect to learn. We have three types of tests in our clinics, these are; An AMTAS - computer test using specific hearing software (15 mins), a Screening test with a Clinician (30 mins) and a full test with a Clinician (60 mins).

Our brief guide below will provide you with a step by step guide of the full test.

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This online hearing test is not performed under controlled listening conditions. Results provide a preliminary indication of hearing acuity and are intended to provide guidance regarding whether further diagnostic assessment may be beneficial. The online hearing test results do not replace an audiological assessment/audiogram and cannot be compared to previous hearing results. For a more accurate measurement of your hearing abilities, please contact your local Audika clinic.

Calculated by Audika using data from the Hearing Care Industry Association, Hearing for Life – The value of hearing services for vulnerable Australians, 2020 report as well as data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.