It is vital that you are consistent with your hearing aid maintenance throughout the life of the device(s). This will help them to stay in good working order and deliver the best hearing experience possible. It also reduces problematic everyday hiccups. Although they are made of sturdy stuff, hearing aids are still unable to withstand improper use. Here our experts offer some basic - but important - advice on hearing aid care.Read
Do Boots Hearingcare offer home hearing tests?...
Hearing aid dispensing, believe it or not, started as a bespoke home service before transitioning to practice. Making hearing tests, fittings and check-ups accessible to everyone, anywhere. This service is still available - but, do all hearing aid dispensers offer this? The short answer is no. Let’s delve a little deeper and see which highstreet clinics, like Boots, provide home visits.
We often wonder why people put off getting their hearing tested. Maybe it is due to not understanding the dangers of long-term untreated hearing loss? Perhaps it’s because they feel there is a stigma surrounding hearing loss? Or is it because they don't understand what an audiogram is and the process involved?
Here we talk about the most common queries of audiograms and hopefully, it will give you a better understanding
Lisa Caldwell, The Hearing Coach, talks to Hearing Aid UK about all things tinnitus, meditation and what's behind her drive. A tinnitus sufferer herself, she discusses how she has dedicated her life in the pursuit of helping to support those who are on the same journey.Read
Dylan Yarborough, a successful and inspiring audiology recruiter at Consult, Search & Selection, talks to Hearing Aid UK about his experiences in the industry, his journey so far and why he does what he does.Read
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