About Our Practice
Hearing Healthcare and Wellness is important for all ages. Choosing a hearing healthcare professional is one of the most important decisions parents of a hearing-impaired child or a hearing impaired adult can make. Since hearing aids cannot be prescribed like eyeglasses, proper hearing aid recommendations and fittings are highly dependent on the judgment and skill of the professional selecting the instrument. Here at CRM Audiology you will get comprehensive professional and personal services that you and your family deserve. Once your hearing is assessed we will begin the selection and dispensing of an appropriate hearing instrument that best meets yours or your child’s needs. In addition to providing ongoing support and counseling, we will ensure proper servicing of the hearing instruments. Our philosophy is focusing on the whole person and making hearing solution recommendations to fit lifestyle and personal needs.
Protecting your hearing can make a big difference. We can help you protect your hearing from further deterioration through education about what affects your hearing, as well as the proper use and care of hearing protection devices. Please ask us about how we can help you protect your hearing.
In addition to hearing healtchare for children and adults, one of our major goals is to provide the most comprehensive pediatric audiology services for our families. CRM Audiology contracts with Westchester, Putnam and Rockland counties Early Intervention programs, as well as Connecticut’s Birth to 3 Program. We provide each family with a wealth of information about hearing loss, hearing aids, hearing services to ensure your child will have access to what is needed for early and ongoing development of speech, language, communication, social and learning skills. Your child will not only learn to hear, they will hear to learn.
Lastly, our practice is dedicated to the assessment and treatment of Central Auditory Processing Disorders. We take both private and school referrals and work hand in hand with families and districts to help develop treatment plans and accommodations for students who present with CAPD. Treatment ranges from classroom accommodations, speech and language goals, auditory training and use of assistive listening technology or low gain hearing aids.