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How are you solving your communication puzzle?

Let us help you join in on great communication with the ones you care about the most!  Take charge of your hearing and communication by scheduling an appointment with Dr. Wilson at Grace Hearing and Language Services. We are in-tune with providing excellent hearing healthcare services.

Why Choose Our Practice?

An audiologist is the only licensed professional who can treat your comprehensive hearing and balance health.  A dispenser’s focus is sales, an audiologist’s focus is you.

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When was your last hearing exam?

Regular hearing exams are recommended, similar to regular eye and dental exams. It is important to establish a baseline and on-going record of your hearing status.

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What is “ringing” in the ears?

For some, tinnitus is rare or barely noticeable. For others, tinnitus severely impacts concentration and sleep. Although there is no cure, the good news is it can be treated.

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Interpreting

Allow Grace Hearing and Language Services to lend a hand with bridging language and cultural gaps through quality interpreting and translating.

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Excellent Hearing Healthcare

Learn how you can improve communication with the ones you care about the most!

Take charge of your hearing and communication by contacting your audiologist at Grace Hearing and Language Services. We are in-tune with providing excellent hearing healthcare services!

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Latest Blog Post

HOW DO I KNOW IF I HAVE HEARING LOSS?

How do I know if I have hearing Loss?

• Do you hear sounds in your ears?


• Do people say you speak too loudly?


• Does your family say the TV is too loud?


• Do you have trouble understanding conversations, especially in noise?


• Do you find yourself asking people to repeat themselves?


• Do you feel people are mumbling?


• Do you avoid situations where hearing is needed?

30 million people in the US, age 12 and older have hearing loss in both ears.  (NIDCD, 2018)

About 28.8 million U.S. adults could benefit from using hearing aids.
(NIDCD, 2018)

READ FROM PATIENTS WHO SOLVED THEIR PUZZLE…