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Hearing stimulates thinking so make sure your Hearing Aids are Brain-Friendly Your ears collect sound which then travels to your brain's hearing center. Your brain must select which sounds to focus on and which sounds should be filtered out. From here, the brain links the sound...

I can hear fine! I just can’t understand …. You’re mumbling! ­Imagine sitting around the family dinner table. Your grandchildren are laughing to the side at strange sounds coming from their phones. In the background there is a microwave humming, chairs scraping, dishes clattering and the...

As an independent company we provide our customers with the most suitable recommendations based on their needs, lifestyle and budget. To ensure everyone gets the best device we stock a huge range of world-class brands in a variety of appealing styles and models, equipped with...

Oticon is a Danish company with a specific focus on by processing sound in a way that closely replicates the way the brain hears. Oticon’s OPN S processing system is perhaps the industry’s greatest innovation to hearing in noise by successfully producing a natural sound...

Noise-induced hearing loss is a major compensable industrial disease in Australia. If you have lost your hearing at work, you could be entitled to receive a full range of hearing services (including supply and fitting of hearing aids) at no cost to you at our...

Hearing loss has three direct consequences with each lead to a range of secondary disadvantages. Impaired ability to hear sound (i.e. reduced ‘frequency selectivity’) The most obvious effect of hearing loss is a reduction in the ability to hear the range of pitches that make up...

Hearing is one of our most vital senses. Communication is essential to being human. It connects us to the world, binds us to those that make up our community and enables us to experience a full and abundant life. It begins with sound Sounds are waves of...

Get into the habit of wearing and cleaning your hearing aids It is important to get into a good habit of wearing your hearing aids daily. As the devices become part of your natural routine, you start to forget they are there but, importantly, start to...

Hearing can protect you against unnecessary cognitive decline Recent research has shown that adults who develop age-related hearing loss have a higher chance of cognitive decline. While there's currently no treatment that can cure or reverse the loss of cognitive functions like memory, researchers have identified a...

Your ears collect sound which then travels to your brain's hearing centre. Your brain must then select which sounds to focus on and listen to and which sounds are irrelevant and should be filtered out. From here, the brain links the sound to your memory...