Michael

/Michael Cook

About Michael Cook

Michael joined Aston Hearing in February 2017, starting out on reception and then progressing onto the marketing team. As well as working on the marketing team, Michael works with our partners to make sure the right artwork is given to them for publications and festivals. In 2018 Michael has attained a new job role which involves keeping an eye on the repairs which go out of house, keeping tabs on where they are and making sure that clients are kept up-to-date, offering additional support where needed. As well as working on in-house repairs, Michael has become well known for his technological knowledge which allows him to support clients with any connectivity issues they may experience with their hearing aids. Outside of work Michael is passionate about wildlife photography and music.

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S HEARING

Our ability to hear is an essential part of understanding the world around us and it is critical for the development of a child’s speech. Even a minor hearing problem in a young child may affect their language, development, confidence and education. Hearing problems may not always be obvious though and a [...]

By |2019-04-04T11:46:45+01:00March 20th, 2019|Categories: Aston Hearing|0 Comments

Unitron Moxi All Reviewed – The best hearing aid I’ve used for listening to music.

In my short time trialing the Moxi All I have been able to see how the technology has moved forward but also how other features have been omitted to allow a step forward in technology development.

HEALTH & WELLBEING – PROTECTING YOUR HEARING

HEALTH & WELLBEING – PROTECTING YOUR HEARING Answers by Duncan Collet-Fenson – Managing Director of Aston Hearing Approximately 11 million people in the UK are currently suffering from hearing loss which equates to roughly 1 in 6 of the UK’s population. To celebrate World Hearing day 3rd March and World Hearing Week [...]

HEARING LOSS AND MENTAL HEALTH

HEARING LOSS AND MENTAL HEALTHMany of us forget that hearing loss is not just losing a precious sense, but a loss that can cause a host of contributory mental health problems including fatigue, stress, anxiety, depression and isolation. Hearing loss can be a catastrophic life event affecting your ability to interact with friends [...]

DON’T TURN UP THE VOLUME, GET YOUR HEARING TESTED

DON’T TURN UP THE VOLUME, GET YOUR HEARING TESTED With World Hearing Day being marked on 3rd of March, now is the time to get your hearing checked if you have been delaying it according to Aston Hearing in Thame.  Approximately 11 million people in the UK are currently suffering from hearing loss which [...]

Aston Hearing Wins Awards

Corporate Vision Magazine has announced that Aston Hearing has won both the Best Family Hearing Care Consultancy Award for the Home Counties and Hearing Technology Supplier of the Year as part of their annual UK Excellence Awards. CV Magazine's prestigious UK Excellence Awards seeks to acknowledge the very best from across the [...]

Nana Akua talks to Duncan Collet-Fenson about Tinnitus

Duncan Collet-Fenson Tinnitus is a condition that affects 10% of the population in the UK. In her health and wellbeing programme, and as part of Tinnitus Awareness week, Nana Akua asked Aston Hearing’s audiologist, Duncan Collet-Fenson  “what is tinnitus?” He explained that tinnitus  is a sensation of noises in [...]

By |2019-05-31T11:55:23+01:00February 11th, 2019|Categories: Aston Hearing, Press & Media|0 Comments