• 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 us help you hear more, with less effort!

    A lot can happen in months, and many of the developments made in the field of hearing aid technology over the course of the pandemic have been life-changing! Described by one client as enabling you to ‘hear around corners’, the new generation of hearing aids are able to process sounds the same way as your brain.

    Our listening environments have been limited during the pandemic, with more time spent at home and fewer social interactions. Now that there are hardly any restrictions and we’re spending more time out and about, it is important to make sure you are not missing out on the wonderful world of sounds that new technology can offer. 

    At the presentation our guest speaker Alison Stone, lead audiologist from Oticon, guided us through the science of hearing aids and the amazing things that these tiny little computers can do. Did you know that films can be streamed directly to your hearing aids? Or that they can be linked to your doorbell, home security system, Sat Nav and so much more?  If you would like to find out about the new technology and what the new generation of hearing aids can do for you personally,  take a moment to listen to Alison’s talk. 

    There is also a transcript for the event available here , featuring the full and very interesting Q&A session at the end. Here are some edited  examples 

    Free Trial

    Email us  us or call us on 0345 2220579 to book in for our special two week trial of Oticon More aids.  

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