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  • Hearing health event at the Marlow Club

    Hearing health event – a review

    Our Hearing Health event at the Marlow Club earlier in October was a resounding success! Thank you to everyone who came along to learn about how to look after your hearing, a good number have subsequently booked in to see us to find out more. Also a big thank you to our guest speakers, Paul Lamb, Technical Director at Starkey for telling us all about artificial intelligence developments in hearing aids; and Roger Lewin, Managing Director, who talked about the wonderful work of the Starkey Foundation in giving the gift of hearing to people in need in more than 100 countries. Starkey was also represented by Sales Manager, Julie Adshead, who was at hand to discuss the intricacies and benefits of the new Livio aids, launched at the event.

    Nearly 30 people attended on the day and we were delighted that the Deputy Mayor, Bob Johnson, was also there to open the event. He was very keen to convey the message regarding the importance of correcting hearing loss to avoid social isolation and help with dementia. This was further talked about by our audiologist Kevin Jeffery in his presentation on how correcting hearing loss can play a significant role in combating cognitive decline.

    Thank you also to the Marlow Club for hosting the event and serving us a fantastic health buffet, enjoyed by all.

    Please see below a selection of photos from the day

    Click on a photo to see a larger version and scroll through the gallery.

    Hearing health event - where to find out more

    If you’d like to know more about artificial intelligence in hearing aids or to look after your hearing to avoid cognitive decline, please get in touch.

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