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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Classic Cars, My Audiologist and Me by Des Gilmore

Hearing loss is often a gradual process that creeps up on you as the years go by but for some people it can happen very suddenly and without warning. Let us introduce you to Des Gilmore who experienced hearing loss and how it affected his life and passion for travelling  with classic cars. [...]

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.

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.

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 [...]

Why Glue Ear Shouldn’t be Ignored

What is Glue Ear? Glue ear (medical term otitis media) occurs in the middle ear and can be common in children due to the physical contracts of their Eustachian tubes becoming easily blocked and less able to drain. This changes as they grow, the Eustachian tube (Ear's connection to the throat) becomes [...]

Would you get your hearing devices from Apple?

As a technology hobbyist and Apple fan I am inclined to stand firm on what I believe in. However, I can say that Apple will no longer be the company to invent the next best gadget, in my opinion their “One more thing” has truly disappeared into the big multi billion company [...]

Bone Conduction Headphones

Bone conduction headphones involve old technology, but with a modern twist. For years bone conduction has been used to help people with hearing loss, primarily through bone anchored hearing aids. But now the hearing world is catching on, and bone conduction headphones are becoming a popular choice for people with normal [...]

Connected – New Technology Explained

Ch-Ch-Ch-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 [...]

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