When ‘buy cheap buy twice’ applies to your hearing
When buying a hearing aid, it’s like any other electrical device; it needs to be fit for purpose and do everything you need it to for your lifestyle. If you buy ‘cheap’, perhaps online as a quick fix for example, without a qualified audiologist present, you may find that you spend a lot of time […]Read More
Why wearing hearing aids does not mean that you are deaf
As technology improves and the world changes around us, we are more and more used to seeing devices on people’s ears. Gone are the days when the options for better hearing and better hearing care were limited. Incorrectly allocated and fitted hearing aids still exist, along with inadequate ‘salesy’ hearing care professionals but now, the […]Read More
Friendly COVID safe update for our patients WE ARE OPEN!
At Swindon Hearing Specialists we are committed to keeping our patients informed at all times. We make sure that there are updates and information available regarding latest technology, our clinical procedures and safety measures too. We wanted to inform our existing patients and those who are yet to join our hearing family, that following the […]Read More
Could hearing aids change your life for the better?
Before making the decision to invest in some of the world’s latest digital hearing technology, many people find that they have put off doing something about their hearing. It is common that over the years people develop coping mechanisms so that they do not have to get any form of hearing help. As the most […]Read More
How to talk to your family about changes to your hearing
Over time it is likely that your hearing will change and this can affect your quality of life, along with your relationships with others. Whether this impacts your relationship positively or negatively can depend on how soon you take action to improve your hearing. When you realise there have been some changes to your hearing […]Read More