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Hearing Loss
The Future of Smart Hearing

The Future of Smart Hearing

Just as we once said goodbye to clunky Nokia bricks and hello to sleek, innovative smartphones - we’re saying goodbye to bulky, analogue hearing aids and hello to sexy, intuitive digital hearing aids. The future of smart hearing is here and we’re so excited to be part...

Hearing Loss and Balance

Hearing Loss and Balance

Hearing loss and balance are often taken for granted, but what if they were both taken away from you? Dealing with one health condition is stressful in itself, but when two occur at the same time, it can cause you to wonder if there is a connection. And if there is a...

Hearing Aids for Uni Students

Hearing Aids for Uni Students

For many students with hearing problems, university can feel like a scary and overwhelming endeavour. You might feel embarrassed, ashamed or worried about how you’re going to keep up with your coursework. Perhaps you’ve sat in lecture theatres and struggled to hear...

Treating Tinnitus

Treating Tinnitus

In Australia, 18% of people live with a constant ringing, whistling, hissing or whooshing in their ears. This sensation is known as tinnitus and for those who have it, daily life can be a struggle. Tinnitus can be very painful, frustrating and unrelenting leading to...

What Is Hearing Loss?

What Is Hearing Loss?

A common question we get asked is “what is hearing loss?” Hearing loss is a decreased sensitivity to sounds that you would normally hear. It can occur with varying degrees of severity and can affect people of all ages. In fact it is actually very common with an...

Hearing Loss Symptoms

Hearing Loss Symptoms

Hearing loss can occur over a long period of time. This makes it hard for people to identify it in themselves. Usually friends or family members will be the first to notice a person’s diminished ability to hear. Early intervention is the best way to manage a hearing...

Signs A Loved One Has Hearing Loss

Signs A Loved One Has Hearing Loss

Loved one not hearing like they used to? You are not alone. Hearing loss can occur over a long period of time, meaning it is highly unlikely somebody with undiagnosed hearing loss will notice they have a problem. Quite often, a person’s partner or a family member will...