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Caring and Compassionate Audiological Care Near Charlotte Hall, MD
Charlotte Hall, MD was named for the Charlotte Hall School established by Queen Charlotte in 1774 with the goal of providing for the liberal and pious education of youth to better fit them for the discharge of their duties to the British Empire. The school continued as a part of the Maryland State Department of Education until it closed its doors in 1976.
Though many of the buildings of the Charlotte Hall School were demolished to accommodate the Charlotte Hall Veterans Home, the White House (1803) survives as the only remaining structure. Since 1940, there has been a sizable Amish farming community nearby, giving rise to a farmers’ market, while a large flea market complex and numerous strip-mall businesses continue along Maryland Route 5 to the adjacent community of Mechanicsville.
Hearing loss restricts what you are able to enjoy, shutting down avenues of communication that connect you to family, friends, and community. With better hearing, you can revitalize your relationships, enjoy the richness nature has to offer in area parks, and live a more rewarding and independent lifestyle.
After helping over 10,000 people near Charlotte Hall, MD achieve better hearing over the past 25 years, we’ve learned that the most important deciding factor between those who achieve better hearing and those who don’t isn’t the hearing technology, but who they partner with. If you partner with Jacobs Audiology at our Waldorf hearing center, you’ll have access to our expertise in combining today’s technology with caring and compassionate audiological care that lasts a lifetime.
3062 Waldorf Market Place
Waldorf, MD 20603
How We Can Help
When Was Your Last Hearing Test?
Most of us are pretty good about getting our teeth and eyes checked regularly, testing our cholesterol and blood pressure, and even scheduling our annual physical, but when was your last hearing test?
In spite of the fact that close to 30 million Americans over the age of 12 experience some form of hearing loss in both ears and hearing loss is the third most common health condition in the US, hearing tests continue to take a low position on most people’s list of preventive healthcare priorities.
Because hearing loss develops at such a slow rate, it usually goes unnoticed until the damage is extensive. Regular hearing tests at Jacobs Audiology’s Bowie or Lexington Park location are easy, non-invasive, and provide accurate and reliable information regarding the true status of your hearing before it becomes a significant problem.
How Hearing Technology Has Progressed
If someone mentions hearing aids, the image that pops into your head is probably those bulky, frustrating gadgets your parents or grandparents struggled with. In reality, micro-digital technology has transformed hearing aids in much the same way it has impacted cell phones.
Smaller, lighter, more discrete, and more powerful, today’s advanced technology hearing aids have advanced well beyond what they were just a decade ago. Features like rechargeable batteries, background noise-canceling technology, and the capacity to connect your hearing aids to other digital devices like your smartphone, tablet, stereo, or television significantly enhance your hearing experience.
However, technology alone, without the ongoing caring and compassionate hearing care support provided by the audiology experts at Jacobs Audiology, cannot produce the highly satisfying, life-changing better hearing we deliver to our patients.
Remote Audiological Support
Meeting for a face-to-face consultation about your hearing care needs is the situation we strive for at Jacobs Audiology, but there are times when health concerns, travel, and scheduling make an in-office appointment at our Bowie or Lexington Park clinic inconvenient.
Remote audiological support is our solution to overcoming the challenges of our rapidly changing world. Using your smartphone, laptop, or PC and teleconferencing technology, patients and newcomers alike are offered the opportunity to meet with one of our professional audiologists for a remote face-to-face audiological consultation.
Whether you’re out of town on business, taking a vacation, sheltering in place, or struggling to make an appointment fit your schedule, remote audiological support is our way of giving you access to the same top-level caring and compassionate hearing care you expect to receive during an in-office visit.
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