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    Hearing Clinic Open Day at Farnham Common

    We had a very successful hearing clinic open day at our Farnham Common clinic at the end of last week. We were delighted that one of our clients, Jacqui Hames, of Crimewatch and Sky TV, agreed to come along and talk to our clients about her experience of hearing loss and how she overcame it with Phonak hearing aids from Help in Hearing.

    Watch a short video (54 seconds) of Jacqui Hames talking about her experience of hearing loss:

     

     

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    We were also lucky to have Stuart Neilson, managing director, and Tania Rodrigues, Lyric business manager at Phonak UK, who talked about the latest Lyric hearing aids, the Lyric3, a completely invisible hearing aid which can be worn 24/7 for months at a time. The Lyric3 has been dubbed “the contact lens of the ear.”

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    At the open day, which was attended by about 20 people, several existing and new clients had hearing examinations and consultations and talked about their hearing loss experiences.

    We were also very pleased that Phonak International has chosen us to be the only provider in the area of the new Lyric3 hearing aids. Just 30 hearing specialists have been chosen in the UK as having the correctly trained hearing professionals with the expertise and ability to provide advice, determine hearing aid requirements and to provide a full aftercare service.

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    As well as that, we are one of only 12 elite hearing consultants in the UK to be awarded “Hearing Consultant Approved Site Accreditation.” This follows a two-month audit process, carried out by Consultant Approved Site (CAS) Auditor, Robert Rendell, Clinical Scientist.  The accreditation sets a standard for customer care and audiology expertise to ensure that customers understand the level of care they will be receiving.

  • Jacqui Hames talks about her hearing loss

    Come along to our Hearing open day, October 24th, 11am – 2pm

    Meet Jacqui Hames, TV’s Crime Expert presenter and find out how Jacqui overcame her hearing loss with Phonak hearing aids fitted by Selma Becker at Help in Hearing – at our hearing open day

    When doctors told me my hearing was damaged beyond repair and initially thought it could get even worse, it wasn’t just a shock, it was devastating.”

    Come along to our hearing open day on October 24th, from 11am to 2pm. At the event you will:

    • Hear how Jacqui Hames continued as a successful TV presenter following hearing loss, but only after having a Phonak hearing aid fitted by Selma Becker at Help in Hearing.
    • See the new Phonak Lyric Hearing Aids (Lyric3) – an invisible hearing aid that stays in for months, just like contact lenses!
    • Talk to the MD of Phonak about the incredible technological advances being made in hearing aids.
    • Discuss your own hearing with our specialist audiologists from Help in Hearing.

    Limited places are available so please email or call 0845 222 0579 to let us know you are coming.

  • Help in Hearing well has now been built by the Africa Trust

    We are thrilled to see that through our contributions to The Africa Trust, via Aquaid, our ‘Elephant Pump’ has now been completed. This pump will bring much needed clean, fresh drinking water and improve the quality of life of those who will have access to our well.

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    The Africa Trust works to bring sustainable solutions to poverty in Africa. This includes establishing sustainable supplies of clean productive water and decent sanitation. Income generating projects are used to pay school fees, improve clinics and generate the funds needed to run orphanages. Wealth creation is an important objective, with business skills training helping school leavers and villagers to start or expand profitable businesses. Solar projects are used to cut energy costs and create local employment. Funds are circulated to catalyse projects and are then extracted to establish new projects or to invest in expansion.

    Read about the Aquaid work for the Africa Trust here.