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Find out about the amazing advances in hearing aid technology over the past 18 months
We've commissioned some research to find out more about people’s attitudes to hearing and how it impacts their lives.
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Living with hearing loss is not easy and even more so when a lockdown was imposed to help relieve the spread of Coronavirus back at the end of March. The lockdown created a more concentrated situation in which, even having a mild hearing loss the feelings of isolation and being cut off from loved ones was much more pronounced.
Conductive hearing loss, or CHL, is widely considered by professionals and audiologists to be the most common form of hearing loss.
Hearing loss is an increasing national health problem. Approximately 1 in 6 adults in the UK are impacted by hearing loss.
There are 11 million people with hearing loss across the UK, and only 40% of those are using a hearing aid.
Artificial Intelligence (or AI for short) has been transforming the technological landscape for the past few years.
Deaf and hard of hearing students need to speak up at their universities if they want their needs to be taken more seriously and reach their full potential.
March the 3rd is officially World Hearing Day. This is a day promoted by the World Health Organization (WHO) to raise awareness on prevention of hearing loss.
Those who are showing signs of memory loss could in fact have a hearing problem, and this memory loss could be the start of Alzheimer’s disease.
Those who suffer from hearing loss can find it.
Affecting 1 in 10 adults in the UK, tinnitus is a growing problem in our increasingly noisy world.
As we reach a certain point in our life, we get to rest after a job well done.
Making a New Year's resolution is a great way to make a positive change in your life, whether it means getting that gym membership or prioritizing sleep.
Seeing a film on the big screen, attending a play or taking in the latest art exhibition: it’s easy to take these culturally enriching experiences for granted.
Each year in the UK, around 840 infants are born with a significant hearing impairment. Thankfully, this represents only a small selection of all births in a year.
Taking care of your eyes and ears may be the key to protecting your brain function
World Alzheimer’s day takes place this 21st September. It is a chance for groups around the world to raise awareness on issues
"The quality of hearing aids is immeasurably better than those provided by the NHS. The care and service provided by House of Hearing has added greatly to my quality of life; in daily life, concerts, theatre, etc. I very much value the facility to 'drop-in' for checks as and when necessary."
"Regular visits to deal with the build up of wax in my ears has been of great help and given great comfort. The unexpected (to me) discovery of an infection and subsequent treatment by Melanie was very timely and avoided more serious consequences. Much impressed by friendly and helpful staff on all visits."
“At House of Hearing it is not only the friendliness and warmth of welcome that meets you at the door on every occasion, but the technical expertise of the audiologists. They deliver a professional audiology service with integrity and compassion and have dignity and respect at the heart of their business.
Thank you seems so inadequate, but all I can say is:
Thank you House of Hearing for letting me live my life.”
"I very highly recommend the House of Hearing. They are completely focussed on finding the best possible hearing aids for each client’s particular needs, and to this end nothing is too much trouble. The staff are all very friendly and helpful, and one is made to feel part of the House of Hearing family. I can’t praise them highly enough, and in particular Louise, who couldn’t have done more for me”.
"Service and afterservice is great - very professional wax removal. Also very caring."