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Hearing Test London

Looking for a hearing test in London?  Verified Hearing offers hearing tests for adults and children. We are conveniently located in West London, a 5-min walk from Bond Street Station (opposite Selfridges). Our qualified audiologists allocate an hour to perform a comprehensive hearing test and you will leave with your personalised audiogram. This service is FREE if you 50 years or older, otherwise there is a £99 charge. Under the age of 18? Book the children’s hearing test.

50 year or older?
It's Free


Under the Age of 50?

It’ll only take 5 mins

What Happens at Your Hearing Test?

Whether it’s your first time taking a hearing test or you’ve had one before, understanding the process can help alleviate any concerns you might have. At Verified Hearing in London, our highly qualified private audiologist will ensure that you are comfortable and informed throughout the entire procedure. Here’s a step-by-step breakdown of what happens during your hearing test:

If hearing aids are recommended, you’ll discuss the different options, costs, and benefits to determine the best solution for you.
Remember, hearing tests are non-invasive and painless. They provide valuable information about your auditory health and can guide interventions if hearing issues are identified. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us on 0203 011 1280 or email [email protected] if you have any questions or concerns before your appointment.

Free hearing test in London

Free hearing test in London

If you are over the age of 49, we offer you a free comprehensive diagnostic hearing test.
Otherwise, you can book an appointment for just £99

Comprehensive hearing test for adults of all ages in our West London state-of-the-art clinic

About 50,000 children in the UK have a hearing loss. Your child may not be ignoring you; they probably just can’t hear you

Experience London’s most comprehensive domiciliary hearing care. You can have your ears cleaned, undergo a home hearing test, and try our premium hearing aid all on the same day

Symptoms of Hearing Loss: Adults vs. Children




Difficulty understanding words

Frequently asking others to repeat themselves

Turning up the volume on TV or radio

Avoidance of social situations

Reading lips or watching faces intently

Muffled quality of sounds

Ringing in the ears (Tinnitus)

Pulling or scratching at the ears frequently

Trouble keeping up in school

Delayed language or speech development

Not responding when called (unless in sight)

Difficulty locating the source of a sound

Withdrawal from conversations

Complains of earaches or ear discomfort

Trouble hearing on the phone

Frequently startled by loud noises

Speech Delay

What is the potential impact of hearing loss on family members?

To answer this question, we were lucky to have a caregiver for one of our patients who writes beautifully and with her Dad’s consent allowed us share their story below:

The Silent Wall Between Us
Edward had always been the life of the party, drawing people close with his warmth and animated stories. However, as he aged, his family noticed a drastic change. He stopped contributing to conversations, retreated to his room during family gatherings, and seemed to “ignore” his grandchildren’s excited calls for their beloved grandpa.

His daughter, Lisa, felt the strain the most. Many times she had tried to share her daily experiences, only to receive a curt nod or a distant “Hmm” from her father. She felt he was drifting away, ensconced in a shell she couldn’t penetrate. The grandchildren began to ask, “Why does grandpa not like playing with us anymore?”

When family disputes arose, they spiralled out of context quickly. Lisa would get frustrated, feeling that her father was deliberately avoiding her concerns. Whispered talks began circulating in the family. “Is dad getting rude? Is he deliberately avoiding us? Why won’t he engage?”

However, it wasn’t Edward’s desire to detach. He was gradually losing his hearing, and with it, a piece of his identity. Misunderstandings bred resentment, and slowly the jovial Edward was labelled aloof. The chasm widened, and so did the impact on his family, especially Lisa. She missed the father who would lend her an ear, share her joys, and console her sorrows.

Then, one day, Lisa came across an article on third-party disability caused by hearing loss. The realisation dawned upon her – it wasn’t detachment but disability. She immediately booked an appointment at Verified Hearing.

After thorough testing, Edward was fitted with a pair of state-of-the-art hearing aids. The change was immediate and heartwarming. Conversations flowed, laughter echoed, and the once silent Edward was back, narrating tales and playing with his grandchildren.

In a heartfelt conversation with Lisa, he admitted, “I felt trapped, unable to communicate. I feared becoming a burden, so I withdrew. But now, it feels like a wall has been torn down. I’m back with my family.”

For Lisa and her family, the intervention was a revelation. They understood the importance of early intervention and became advocates, sharing their story to raise awareness. Edward’s journey became a testament that love, understanding, and timely action can mend bridges and rejuvenate relationships.

Start your journey to better hearing.

Meet our team

Head of Audiology at Verified Hearing (Specialising in adults and children)

Secretarial team

Louise Emmett

Paige Martin

Leah Salter

Rebecca Banks

Ayesha Haworth

Professional memberships

Our Central London Locations

Wigmore Street

126 Wigmore St, London W1U 3RY

Harley Street

1 Harley St, London W1G 9QD


+44(0) 203 011 1280

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