Tele-Audiology at Allison Audiology and Hearing Aid Center

The recent pandemic created a challenge for those who require their ongoing hearing care to be met without risking their overall health. It also caused audiologists to rethink how we provide the hearing care services you need and come up with creative ways to meet those needs with safe, comfortable, no-contact, or low-contact solutions. One of our solutions is to offer tele-audiology.

Tele Audiology makes it possible for you to connect with our hearing care professionals for continuing hearing care and technical support for your hearing instruments from wherever you happen to be.

Using the video camera on your Smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop device, you have access to your hearing care provider for a face-to-face consultation without having to come in for an office visit.

Allison Audiology teleaudiology online hearing care service for Houston and Lake Jackson, TX
Allison Audiology is always friendly and professional.
– Morgan O.

Great service! Friendly and knowledgeable staff.
– Ade A.

Allison Audiology delivers excellent support, quality hearing aids and superior service. I highly recommend them for your hearing needs.
– Bryan

Five Easy Steps of a Tele Audiology Consultation

Scheduling a tele audiology appointment is as easy as setting up an in-office appointment, if not easier. There are five steps involved in the tele audiology consultation process.

1. Fill Out Our “Schedule A Tele Audiology Consultation” Form

Once you fill out and submit the form, Allison Audiology’s patient care specialist will contact you and assist you with setting a date and time for your appointment.

2. Receive A Confirmation Email

Once we’ve agreed upon a date and time, we’ll send you a confirmation email. This email contains your appointment confirmation as well as critical information regarding the setup and testing of the camera and microphone on your device. It will also include the link you will use to connect when the time for your appointment arrives.

3. Connect with A Care Provider

After clicking on the provided link on the agreed-upon date and time, you will connect live, via video conferencing, to one of our professionals for a face-to-face consultation.

4. Our No-Obligation, Initial Consultation

We provide a 15-minute, no-obligation, initial consultation, which allow potential patients to ask questions, discuss their concerns about hearing loss, hearing tests, hearing aids, etc. Based on your needs and objectives, we will recommend scheduling a hearing assessment, guide you toward hearing protection options, or provide the same services we have available during in-office initial consultations.

5. Troubleshooting Advice for Current Patients

Existing patients can also take advantage of our tele-audiology service for face-to-face device troubleshooting, remote device programming assistance, or to have your questions answered by your hearing care provider just like if you were sitting in one of our examination rooms or offices.

Schedule a Tele-Audiology Appointment

Whether you’re unable to make the trip to our office, are out of town on business and need a little help with your hearing aids, or simply aren’t able to fit an in-office visit into your busy schedule, Allison Audiology has you covered. Our convenient tele-audiology solution allows you to consult with your hearing care provider from the comfort of your home, office, or wherever you happen to be.

Use the adjacent form to contact the Houston or Lake Jackson hearing center nearest you in order to schedule a tele-audiology appointment with one of our hearing care professionals.

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