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Great success with Phonak Nano "Invisible" aids

We recently fitted yet another pair of Phonak V90 Nano Hearing Instruments. This client was a 40yo professional gentleman with long-standing severe hearing loss and who had been issued with NHS Behind The Ear technology many years ago and had never persevered in wearing them due to what he felt was a poor cosmetic appearance. The client felt that when he wore the NHS hearing aids "everybody looks at me and knows I have a hearing problem - so I'd rather just do without" He was delighted with the tiny size of his new instruments which makes them all but invisible, and he has been further delighted with the improvement they are making to his hearing and quality of life. If you would like to find out if you would be suitable for these devices, please call us to discuss.

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Added: 04-01-2017
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Don't Pay For Old Technology

Beware of "bargain" hearing aids....

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Added: 07-12-2016
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Teenager with Hearing Loss takes on SKY and wins!

Jamie Danjoux, 17, who has severe hearing loss in both ears, publicly took on SKY for failing to provide subtitles...

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Added: 27-10-2016
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One reason why Hearing Aids are expensive?

2015 figures from the British Hearing Aid Manufacturers Association reveal:

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Added: 21-10-2016
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Winter Care for Hearing Instruments

How to look after your Hearing Aids in cold, damp weather

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Added: 11-10-2016
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British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists AGM 2016

The Society's annual general meeting and professional development day takes place on Saturday November 26th 2016 at the Arlington Arts Centre, part of the Mary Hare School for the Deaf, near Newbury, in Berkshire. The AGM and Development Day will take place at the Arlington Arts Centre, which is alongside the Mary Hare School for the Deaf just outside Newbury, in Berkshire. After the AGM business which includes the handover to the Society's new President, Sarah Vokes, there will be a busy day of learning which will include breakout sessions for hearing care assistants, employed HADs and independents, there will be an afternoon of keynote talks. The previous evening the President will be hosting a reception and networking evening at the nearby Donnington Grove Hotel, Newbury.

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Added: 04-10-2016
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