A Hearing Assessment: The First Step On Your Better Hearing Journey
Meet Your Mobile Experts
Stephany Sun, Au.D., CCC-A
Dr. Stephany Sun, Au.D. – Former Top Producing Factory Rep and Doctor of Audiology for the largest manufacturer of hearing aids in the world.
Jenna Ahdaya, HIS
Jenna Ahdaya is a licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist that has been working in the industry for 4 years.She was trained in clinic under Dr. Sun for 2.5 years before….
Kelli Smith, Au.D., FAAA
Dr. Kelli G. Smith is an Audiologist that has been helping thousands of hearing-impaired people in the Greater North Fulton area improve their lives through better hearing since 1995.
Duluth, GA Has Access to Advanced Hearing Aid Technology
In addition to being a lighter weight, smaller, and more discrete to wear, modern hearing aids are incredibly powerful with the capacity to provide noise reduction and fantastic clarity. An added advantage of today’s technology is the capacity to directly link your hearing aids to digital devices, such as your smartphone, television, or computer, for an enhanced hearing experience.
Hearing Aid Tune-Up and Repair Experts
Our team of hearing aid specialists has many years of experience working with a broad range of manufacturers and models in order to ensure that the hearing devices of hundreds of people throughout the Atlanta area perform as designed.
Audiology On Call Provides a No Contact, Virtual Solution
Schedule Your At-Home Hearing Assessment
Your first vital step toward regaining the independent and rewarding lifestyle you are missing due to hearing loss is a hearing assessment.
If you or a loved one do not seem to be hearing as well as you used to, schedule a comprehensive hearing assessment, which our mobile hearing professional will conduct in the comfort of your home.
Complete the form on this page or call us at (833) 244-3275 and one of our friendly team will arrange a convenient time for your assessment.
Hear What Sherry & Jim Have To Say About Their Experience
“It was good to know that I could get the same quality hearing aids as my wife for probably half what I would have to pay through an office structure, and that kind of sealed the deal.”
Connect With One of Our Mobile Hearing Experts Today!
With Audiology on Call experts covering many areas across Greater Atlanta, you may be wondering if your area is covered. Simply complete this form to see if you’re within coverage.
Our Hours are:
Monday – Friday: 9AM–5PM
Saturday – Sunday: By Appointment Only
Note: Each provider is independently owned and operated
Learn More About Decatur
About Decatur, GA
Decatur is a city in, and the county seat of, DeKalb County, Georgia, which is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. With a population of 24,928 in the 2020 census, the municipality is sometimes assumed to be larger since multiple ZIP Codes in unincorporated DeKalb County bear Decatur as the address. The city is served by three MARTA rail stations (Decatur, East Lake, and Avondale). The city is located approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) northeast of Downtown Atlanta and shares its western border with both the city of Atlanta (the Kirkwood and Lake Claire neighborhoods) and unincorporated DeKalb County. The Druid Hills neighborhood is to the northwest of Decatur. The unofficial motto of Decatur used by some residents is "Everything is Greater in Decatur." == History == === Early history === Prior to European settlement, the Decatur area was largely forested (a remnant of old-growth forest near Decatur is preserved as Fernbank Forest). Decatur was established at the intersection of two Native American trails: the Sandtown, which led east from the Chattahoochee River at Utoy Creek, and the Shallowford, which follows today's Clairmont Road, and eventually crossed near Roswell. A site for the DeKalb County courthouse was designated in 1822 in what would become downtown Decatur; the city of Decatur was incorporated on December 10, 1823. It was named for United States Navy Commodore Stephen Decatur. Shallowford Road, which led to the Shallow Ford, has been renamed Clairmont Avenue, probably because it does not go to, from or past any place called Clairmont.
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