HearSay Services of Delaware, Inc.
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Milford's Premier Audiology Center

Hearing Tests • Hearing Instruments

Hours of Operation:

Monday, Thursday: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Tuesday: 9:00 a.m.-7p.m.

Wednesday: 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Friday: 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m

Saturday: By Appointment Only

NCHAM

Service Areas:
Dover • Wilmington
Smyrna • Milford
Rehoboth • Lewes
Eastern Shore of Maryland
Kent & Sussex Counties in Delaware

 

Download Forms:

Consent for Treatment

Notice of Patient Responsibility Policy

Adult History Form

Child History Form

Dizziness Questionnaire

Links:

Cochlear Americas

American Academy of Audiology

Siemens Hearing Aids

Unitron Hearing Aids

Phonak Hearing Aids

Starkey Laboratories

National Association of the Deaf

Hands and Voices

American Speech Language Hearing Association

Oticon Hearing Instruments

Hearing Aids Linked to Better Cognitive Function in Elderly

 

OUR MISSION; To provide the highest quality in hearing health care through early detection, advanced treatment and optimal rehabilitative options for hearing loss.

OUR VISION: Working together for unsurpassed quality of care and optimal hearing health.

Enhance your communication skills with hearing tests and hearing instruments from the professionals at our Milford, Delaware, audiology center. Backed by 25 years of experience, HearSay Services of Delaware, Inc., provides you with complete audiology services including hearing tests, balance tests, and speech therapy.

We are proud to bring you quality services and great deals on hearing aids, hearing aid batteries, and other related products and free batteries with each hearing aid purchased. Contact us or visit our audiology center next to the Milford Senior Center—our entrance is in the rear. We also have interest free financing available!

 

FALL Savings

Save $500

When you purchase a pair of digital hearing aids.
Includes a 3 year warranty.
Ask about our free battery offer.

Call today to reserve your seat at our Lunch and Learn.

September 26, 2016

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Sarah Allen, 102; Joseph McMahon, 95

About Our Audiologist

Dr. Robinson is a board certified and licensed professional from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association as well as a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. Additionally, she is a consultant audiologist for the Division of Public Health, State of Delaware.

Pamela Robinson, Au.D., served two terms as President of the Delaware Board of Audiologists, Speech Language Pathologists and Hearing Aid Dispensers.  She also served as President of the  Hearing Association (DSHA).  On the National level, she was nominated Secretary of the Council of State Association Presidents while serving as DSHA President.

Dr. Robinson  earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Howard University; Master of Science from Columbia University; Doctor of Audiology from A.T. Still University, Arizona School of Health Sciences.


Call our audiology center with your hearing concerns.
Some signs to watch out for are:
Having the television/radio at a louder volume than previously.
Struggling to hear a conversation in a loud environment
Asking others to repeat themselves.  Particularly when they are not facing you or speaking to you from another room.

Types of Hearing Loss

Noise-induced

 Age related

Sensorineural

Genetic

Congenital

Conductive