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May 2022

Next Open Week 23rd-27th May 2022

Our February Open Week was so popular that we are holding another one from 23rd-27th May. Book now to try out the new technology, particularly if we haven’t seen you for a while, and take advantage of our complimentary 2 week hearing aid trial.  

We are also offering all friends and family free hearing tests, or half price assessments with a free hearing aid trial, so do pass the word on. Book now on 0345 2220579


Call us first if you lose your aids!

Wearing masks has caused a significant number of clients to lose their hearing aids. If you do misplace your devices at any point, please let us know and we can guide you through the insurance process. 

Some insurance companies insist that you use their audiological services but please be assured that you are not obliged to do this. You are fully entitled to ask for a cash settlement, so that you can see Selma, Kevin or Wendy who will recommend the best aid replacement.  Please let us know if we can be of any help as we would be very happy to help explain how to make your claim.

What is Eustachian Tube Dysfunction? 

When it’s not wax!

“I feel like my ears are under water”

“I feel pressure in my ear when I lay down at night”

“I can hear crackling noises when I chew or yawn”

These are all indications that an accumulation of wax may not be the problem!  It may be 

Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (ETD) which is when the tube between the sinus and the middle ear is not opening easily and the middle ear air pressure is unable to equalise. Read more here

Wendy reflects on her most recent Falklands visit

Last year, Wendy’s planned visit to the Falkland Islands was cancelled by COVID and although some restrictions are still in place, she was able to make the 8,700-mile journey in January 22.

On 9th January, she made her way to RAF Brize Norton to catch the flight. She had her boarding card in one hand and a coffee in the other when the announcement came that the flight was delayed by 24 hours.

Find out what happened next. Read the full story here

Help in Hearing at Hughenden Gardens 

We are now holding hearing and earcare clinics for residents and non-residents twice a month at Hughenden Gardens Retirement Village in the Wellbeing Room. If you know anyone who lives in the High Wycombe area, do let them know that we are there on alternate Thursdays from 2.00pm – 4.00pm. Appointments must be booked in advance – just call us on 0345 2220579.

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