• Countdown to Christmas – Keep your hearing and ears in tip top condition

    Look out every day for our Advent Calendar stories – a door will open on a new topic each day – from our favourite carols and recipes to positive Christmas thoughts and useful ideas. 

    We know that Christmas may be different this year, but what is certain is spending time with loved ones (whether in person or virtually) will still be a top priority. Ensure that you don’t miss out on festive conversations by booking a hearing assessment today . 

    From now until mid January we are offering new clients half price hearing tests as a special festive gift.

    Our Christmas Opening times: 

    Closed 1.00pm December 24th Christmas Eve

    Re-open Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th December

    (normal working hours)

    Closed 1.00pm Thursday December 31st New Year’s Eve

    Re-open from January 4th 2021

    (normal working hours)

  • Win a Fortnum & Mason Christmas hamper

    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:

    1. Do you need hearing aids? If you are having problems hearing conversation or television, now is the time to book a hearing assessment and try some hearing aids ready from Christmas. From now until mid January we are offering new clients half price hearing tests as a special festive gift.
    2. Hearing aids need to be regularly cleaned. Wax guards and domes need to be replaced at least every 8 weeks. Spares can be purchased from us    or we can arrange to  check and clean your hearing aids for you. We can do this while you wait, no need to come in as long as you have reserved    a slot with us. 
    3. Television Streamers. We don’t want to have problems hearing the Queen’s Speech. Many hearing aids can be paired with a device that sends      the sound from the TV directly into the hearing aids. Call for information and a trial.
    4. We know that Christmas may be different this year, but what is certain is spending time with loved ones (whether in person or virtually) will    still be a top priority. Ensure that you don’t miss out on festive conversations by booking a hearing assessment today . 

    From now until mid January we are offering new clients half price hearing tests as a special festive gift.

    Call 0345 2220579 or email mail@helpinhearing.co.uk

  • Hearing Health Event October, Marlow

    World Diabetes Day

    World Diabetes Day (WDD) was created in 1991 by the International Diabetes federation and the World Health Organization, in response to growing concerns about the escalating health threat posed by diabetes.

    Some researchers believe the presence of diabetes could contribute to hearing loss. At Help in Hearing, we encourage those with diabetes to include a regular hearing test in their diabetes management. Over the next month, we are running a special offer of a hearing test for those with diabetes at a reduced rate of £20 (usual price £30). Offer runs between 14.11.2020 and 13.12.2020.

    To book call us on 0345 2220579 or use our online contact form quoting reference WDD2020

  • Zoom Audiology Working Well

    No doubt many of you may be a little “zoomed” out with the lockdown madness of “meeting” friends and family online. However, both the Zoom and Facetime facility have become a very useful tool for communicating with clients, during lockdown and since. We have “met” a number of new clients online and our existing clients have found “virtual” appointments and remote adjustments very useful. We love seeing you in person, but we can offer this service to anyone who prefers to talk to us from their own home. It is particularly useful for new clients to “meet us” and discuss their hearing needs before their appointment Please do let us know if this is of interest to you, or someone you know. Call us on 0345 2220579 or use on online contact form