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My life with profound hearing loss by Ruby Sharp

Long time client, Ruby Sharp, has lived with a profound hearing loss her entire life and continues to embrace challenges that come her way. She has had a varied career in nursing and teaching and currently  teaches ceramics and art to students from her own pivate studio. This is her story.  “I was born very prematurely at 28 weeks gestation and spent 6 weeks in an incubator, requiring resuscitation twice [...]

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DIABETES AND HEARING LOSS

By Duncan Collet-Fenson, Audiologist & MD of Aston Hearing Diabetes & Hearing Loss According to recent studies people with diabetes are over three times more likely to have a hearing problem than those who do not have the disease, yet hearing loss is only just coming under the spotlight as a recognised complication of diabetes.  [...]

How a Professional Speaker Overcame Hearing Loss

Neuroscientist, business psychologist and change specialist, Dr Lynda Shaw is a successful professional speaker and mentor to CEOs but many of her clients would never know that she has significant hearing loss.

“I BECAME DEAF OVERNIGHT AND IT WAS TERRIFYING”

I have experienced SSHL twice in my lifetime with different outcomes. The first time I knew nothing about the condition or what to do and suffered permanent total loss of hearing in one ear. Second time around I was better informed and took immediate action, within 12 hours of its onset, and my [...]

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.

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 [...]

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