HAVING TROUBLE HEARING? NEED A HEARING HEALTH CARE CHECK UP? REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT WITH OUR AUDIOLOGIST TODAY!

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WELCOME TO GREAT SCOTT AUDIOLOGY


Great hearing is a vital part of your overall health and well-being. At Great Scott Audiology, we believe that everyone has the right to healthy hearing, regardless of their life situation. We’ll help you cut through the clutter of ads and special offers to find the personalized hearing solution that’s right for you.

Our Audiologist will work with you to diagnose your personal hearing need. We specialize in Central Auditory Processing Evaluation (CAP) and Remediation for those who may hear normally but have difficulty understanding speech.

We’ll help you select the right hearing aid, assistive listening device, or treatment from a variety of brands and styles. We focus on what’s best for you, instead of an imaginary sales quota.

If you live in the Mid Coast, Maine area, visit our office in Topsham, ME at 3 Horton Place. Call us at 207-729-4086 to make an appointment. We want to be your partner in healthy hearing.

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HEARING AIDS

We work to not only improve your hearing, but your quality of life. We work closely with you to find  a hearing aid that will provide us with the best possible resolution to your hearing problems.

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AURAL REHABILITATION

Whatever the cause, we can help you and your family or caregiver to understand your hearing problem and the variety of devices and therapies available.

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ASSISTIVE LISTENING DEVICES

Sometimes a hearing aid alone is not enough. Assistive listening devices help you hear in special situations, like at the movies, speaking on the phone, or watching television.

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CENTRAL AUDITORY PROCESSING EVALUATIONS

Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD)  can occur in children and adults, and causes difficulty comprehending and processing speech in people with normal hearing.

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DIAGNOSTIC HEARING EVALUATIONS

Like many other health issues, ignoring a hearing problem may worsen the problem.