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Talking Tinnitus – a Virtual Hearing Event

TALKING TINNITUS – Virtual Hearing Event – Tuesday February 8th 12.00pm – 1.00pm Join us to hear a presentation about the latest BTA funded research, including information on studies that look at the effects of Covid on people with tinnitus. As part of Tinnitus Week, we are delighted to invite you to our free Virtual […]
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Myth-busting Dementia guide highlights hearing aid benefits

An estimated one in 14 people over the age of 65 in the UK lives with dementia and the total number of people affected is increasing every year and by 2025, it is predicted to be around one million, according to a recent article in the Daily Telegraph. The feature highlighted the newspaper’s Christmas Charity Appeal which […]

Open Week 14th – 18th February 2022

Catch up on all the new releases that you may have missed out on last year. There is a new generation of hearing aids now available. Book an appointment during our dedicated Open Week to find out more. Choose from Paradise by Phonak, More by Oticon and AX Pure Charge and Go by Signia – […]

Help in Hearing Support Atlantic Expedition for Dementia

Only three weeks to go before the Forget Me Knot expedition leaves the UK. As one of the sponsors of Forget Me Knot, an independent Atlantic expedition to raise money for Dementia UK we wish them all the best with their amazing venture! In January 2022 the crew will cross nearly 4,000- miles of the Atlantic […]

Virtual Charity Christmas Raffle

We have raised over £1000 in our  virtual Christmas Raffle to raise money for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People! Prizes included a Luxury Festive Hamper,  two bespoke necklaces each worth £300 – and of course a Hearing Dogs Calendar! See the full line-up of prizes below. The winning numbers have now been drawn and we are […]

4 Important Sounds You’re Missing with Hearing Loss

Photo courtesy of Tracey Keilty, one of the brilliant entries to the “My Help in Hearing” Photo Competition  Here’s something most people are surprised to learn: In many cases people with hearing loss can hear a number of sounds just fine, and have trouble only with specific sounds, so you may not realise what you […]

Tips for Travelling Abroad

As more people are now considering travelling abroad this Christmas to visit family and friends, or just for a festive break, we thought we would come up with some tips to help those people who wear hearing aids!  Don’t forget your charger – or – take extra batteries with you! Especially when travelling abroad! The […]

Rechargeable custom aids now available

Signia have now introduced the first custom hearing aids with contactless charging and Bluetooth.  Insio Charge&Go AX is now available in rechargeable custom options. With tailor made moulds created using our 3D digital scanner, these In the Ear and In the Canal are very comfortable to wear, suiting each wearer’s anatomy for all day comfort. […]

Christmas Hearing Tips

Festive celebrations can be difficult for someone with a hearing loss to understand speech and follow conversations. Below are some simple hearing tips that can help you and your guests fully enjoy this Christmas season! When hosting a Christmas get together at home, it’s important to create a comfortable environment for all guests, including those […]

Virtual Hearing Event a great success!

In March we held our first virtual Hearing Event and it was so well received that we decided to hold another one on 21st October. We were amazed by the number of registrations as we reached 250! The Event was a fantastic success and you can listen to it by clicking on this link.  Let […]

Signia launch AX Pure Charge & Go

Signia have launched of its Augmented Xperience (AX) hearing aid platform that “intelligently and automatically processes sound to better ensure that patients hear more clearly – regardless of the listening environment.” Rather than simply amplifying all sounds, like most of today’s hearing aids, Augmented Xperience is said to “intelligently understand which sounds should be pulled to […]

The Adventures of an Audiologist

Our audiologist Wendy talks about her experience of providing audiology in the Falkland Islands. I first got involved with audiology services in the Falklands in 2000 when I travelled to the Islands to work in their hospital for 2 weeks. With a population of just 3,480, The Falkland Islands does not have an Audiologist in […]

Covid Restrictions still in place in Healthcare Settings

We are delighted to hear that Public Health England’s infection prevention control guidelines and hospital visiting guidance are set to remain in place for all staff and visitors  across all health services. Staff, patients and visitors will also be expected to continue to follow social distancing rules when visiting any healthcare setting as well as using […]

Enjoy a Summer Of Sound

Summer is a perfect season to experience the vivid world of sound – such as children playing on the beach, birds singing in the trees, or the sizzle of a family BBQ. So, the team at  Help in Hearing have come up with some top tips to ensure you can enjoy a summer of sound […]

Local Litter Pick venture for the Team

You may have noticed the girls from Help in Hearing out Litter Picking locally. As we drive to work every day, we have noticed increased rubbish tipping around the Beeches and the edge of Farnham Common village. So, armed with some long arm grabbers and sturdy bin bags, on 13th May we put on our […]

TV Streaming Demonstrations in our Clinics and Special Offer!

Over the last year, TV watching has of course been at the top of the list of things to do. If you have had any problems hearing the TV with your hearing aids, you might like to book in for a one-to-one streaming workshop in our clinic rooms? Selma, Kevin and Wendy can demonstrate how […]

My “Help In Hearing” Photo Competition – Hamper winners announced!

For the last few months we have been running a photo competition to celebrate the joy of hearing, asking our clients to send in photos of anything that illustrates their “Help in Hearing” . We are delighted to announce that the winners have now been independently chosen by Signia who donated the Goose & Berry hampers.  […]

Successful Virtual Hearing Event

  In March we held our first ever Virtual Hearing Event. At Help in Hearing, we know the past year has been hard, especially for those with hearing loss and we were delighted so many of you were able to join our Zoom webinar. Conversations, communication and socialising are fundamental to our overall health and wellbeing, […]

Tinnitus Awareness Week

Tinnitus Week 2021 will run from 1st  to 7th of February and will tackle the issues of accessing treatment and support from GP’s.  At the end of March 2020 the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) published new guidance for GP’s on how to support patients with Tinnitus. However the British Tinnitus Association […]

Recycling Hearing Aids

The World Health Organization (WHO) state that around 466million people worldwide have a disabling hearing loss and 34 million of these are children. In the UK, those with hearing loss are easily able to access hearing health care and hearing aids but 80% of people with hearing loss live in low or middle income countries […]

Countdown to Christmas……Kevin’s Favourite Recipe

With Christmas round the corner we thought we would share a favourite festive recipe with you. Our audiologist Kevin Jeffery (seen here sporting a brussel sprout shirt) loves to cook and he is kindly sharing with us his special recipe for Chestnut Stuffing! Kev’s Chestnut Stuffing This was my Mum’s recipe at Christmas. It was […]
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Super Charged for Christmas

Don’t miss out on those magic moments – consider rechargeable hearing aids for Christmas!  Rechargeable hearing aids remove the need to remember to take spares with you wherever you go for regular battery changes.  Like all electronic devices, hearing aids need a power source to run them. Traditionally this has been a small cell style […]
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Tips for Enjoying Christmas with a hearing loss

Christmas is fast approaching and most of us have started to think about shopping and festive preparations. Although this year will be a little different to normal due to COVID restrictions, we do not want hearing loss to interfere with enjoying your day. Here are a few tips to ensure you have a Happy Christmas: […]

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