Slough, Maidenhead & Windsor
Welcome to Help in Hearing, we are a local independent business specializing in all aspects of hearing care including the supply of hearing aids and hearing tests by personal appointment.
Our hearing tests are of the highest standard and we only supply the latest in hearing aid and hearing test technology from all major manufacturers and our independence allows us to give you unbiased advice on your hearing and lifestyle needs.
Help in Hearing has two centres – our main branch is at Farnham Common, between Beaconsfield and Slough near to Gerrards Cross and is located in a GP surgery complex, which benefits from excellent access and parking. We also have a slightly smaller facility in Marlow. A fully qualified and experienced audiologist will always see you for any hearing test or consultation at Help in Hearing.
In this modern world, each hearing aid is a highly sophisticated sound processor that requires expert knowledge and experience to be accurately selected, from a vast array of models and types, then fitted and fine tuned accurately to your own hearing profile and needs. They are not like other electronic devices that can be purchased over the Internet or by mail order. They truly are bespoke to you and require to be fitted with first class and individual attention. We work locally to Slough, Maidenhead, Windsor,Gerrards Cross & Marlow.
Our services include:
- Free extensive hearing tests and consultations.
- Independent advice with no obligation to buy.
- All aids (including Digital Hearing Aids ) are supplied with a 60 day full refund policy if you are not completely happy.
- Free complete and ongoing aftercare service that is second to none.
- Advice on hearing and noise protection.
- Tinnitus advice, testing and counselling.
- Ear Care and wax management.
For more information, prices and specialist advice.
News & Events
Posted on Wednesday 24th April, 2013
This latest post offers details of a clinical study that examines the correlation between loss of hearing and a decrease in cognitive functions for the elderly.
Posted on Thursday 28th March, 2013
There are ways to help protect your ears and hearing form external damage. Read on to find out how you can help reduce the risk of hearing impairment.