With our online hearing screening, you can:

  • Learn about your listening abilities
  • Get insights into any hearing challenges
  • Quickly find out if you need to take further action

The screening takes approximately 3 minutes.
You will need headphones and a quiet place without background noise.

Start the hearing screening

About the hearing screening

This online hearing screening is quick and simple and it is a great tool that gives you a quick indication of whether you need a full hearing screening.

No online hearing screening can replace a hearing evaluation by a hearing care professional or audiologist therefore we always recommend you to make an appointment with a hearing care professional if you are concerned about your hearing.

About hearing loss

Hearing loss is often associated with advancing age, but this is not always the case. Although it can strike people at any age, the condition most often appears after the age of 65 and onwards. But it can also be caused by infections, injury or birth defects.

More about hearing loss

Find a Hearing Care Specialist

If the test indicates that you might have a hearing loss or if you are concerned about your hearing we recommend that you contact an audiologist or hearing care specialist.

Click the button below and see where you find a clinic near you.

Find nearest audiologist

Ready to screen your hearing

With our simple hearing screening you just need your head phones and a quite place to conduct the screening.

Click on "Take the hearing screening" button, adjust the volume to 50% and then you are ready to take the online hearing screening.

Take the hearing screening

 

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