It is important to understand that just because you have heard the name of a retailer, it does not necessarily mean they are your best choice for products and service. When purchasing hearing aids, you have the option of two different kinds of retailer, there is the high street retailers or you could visit a local independent hearing aid dispenser.Read
Here we discuss the role of the audiologist, the patient, and the professional relationship between the two. Choosing to focus on not just the technical aspects of appointments and hearing health, but to connect and build a rapport with patients. Ensuring that they leave completely happy with their hearing aid, the fit, the service and future healthcare plan. As well as being well-equipped to self-manage your hearing loss and maintain your hearing aids successfully.Read
Inside sources have revealed to us today that Amplifon are pulling out of Scotland. We have also been informed that the retailer Hidden Hearing will be taking over their client base and possibly their stores. When more information becomes available then we will update this page.Read
In 2019, one of the main high-street hearing care centres, Boots Hearing Care, started selling the AudioNova D and T Range of hearing aids. This isn't a new product launch as such, the technology has been around a while. This is essentially a Boots "own brand" hearing aid that isn't sold anywhere else and therefore can't be price compared. This article’s purpose is to give a little more clarity as to what you'd be buying if you chose an Audionova hearing aid.Read
Scrivens are an opticians established in 1938, owned and run by Mark and Nicholas Georgevic (brothers). They moved into supplying hearing aids in the 1950’s, then later re-branded the hearing aid side of the business as “The Hearing Company”Read
When many people think about getting a hearing aid their minds will turn to Boots Hearing Care. Boots is a popular place to get hearing aids from and there are almost 400 Boots Hearingcare shops nationwide.Read
When we refer to a product as 'New', we mean that the product is new to the market.
When we refer to a product as 'Superseded', we mean that there is a newer range available which replaces and improves on this product.
When we refer to a product as an 'Older Model', we mean that it is has been superseded by at least two more recent hearing aid ranges.