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Your Hearing, What Matters to You?

Simply by walking through our door, you have begun a journey. Our role is to make your destination better hearing. We acknowledge that the first step is often the hardest, but from now on you are in a partnership. The question we are interested in asking is not “What is the matter [...]

Connected – New Technology Explained

C-C-C-CHANGES - in the words of the late, great David Bowie; this is certainly true in the world of hearing technology. For this reason we do not want our journal to be out of date before it is even printed, so therefore this article discusses the areas that we consider when working with you to [...]

Children’s Hearing

Aston Hearing is a hearing healthcare centre for all the family. We recognise how important hearing is for everyone to stay connected, especially for children who rely on listening and communication in the crucial early stages of their development. Often ear infections can go undiagosed and a child’s temporary hearing loss can go undetected. [...]

Being Part of The Conversation

Dr John McMullan was a client of Aston Hearing since our outset nearly 30 years ago. A very passionate, local GP who regularly campaigned for more imaginative holistic care of patients and spent his career helping people to enjoy an ‘ordinary life’ as fully as possible. In his late forties he recognised his [...]

Dementia or Perhaps Untreated Hearing Loss?

Hearing should always be a consideration when measuring someone’s cognitive ability. Even an element of hearing loss can add to memory and cognitive challenges and a hearing solution may well alleviate some of the symptoms. There is much discussion in the media about the connection between [...]

Hearing As We Age

Our hearing not being as sharp as it once was is one of the signs of ageing. The truth is our hearing starts to slowly change from our 20s. This is demonstrated by the retailer who played a very high frequency pitch outside his shop that only teenagers and younger people could hear [...]