Although the vast majority of hearing loss is down to old age, a significant number of younger people experience hearing problems as a result of damage to their ears. This can be caused by a number of factors but the most common is repeated exposure to loud noise which ultimately damages the sensitive hair cells… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: November 2015
This week, Hearing Healthcare Centre attended The Marriott hotel, in Heathrow for our annual AIHHP Expo, our highly acclaimed Golden Lobes awards ceremony and our AGM. As co-founders of AIHHP (the Association of Independent Hearing Healthcare Professionals), we were very pleased to see such a huge turnout. Audiologist from all over England, Ireland and Scotland attended, and were entertained… Read more »
The Link Between Hearing Loss and Dementia Dementia is an umbrella term for a number of related conditions, including vascular dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. According to research, around 1 in every 20 people over the age of 65 suffers from dementia and the symptoms might range across various types of losses, including hearing loss…. Read more »
On the 6th of November 2015, Hearing Healthcare Centre enjoyed another Remembrance Day Luncheon. We were joined by a select group of clients and guests to remember the fallen of recent conflicts. Our clients were entertained by a short presentation by our business manager Andy Coughlan, who informed us on a fun way to raise… Read more »
What is Tinnitus? Tinnitus can be a distressing condition which affects people of all ages. It is a medical condition which causes sufferers to hear ringing, buzzing and whistling in one or both ears. Though there are no cures for tinnitus, research is being conducted into the condition and happily many people are able to… Read more »
Hearing Healthcare Centre were very privileged to be invited to Cambridgeshire’s only community support group for people living with hearing loss. On the 4th of November our audiologists Christopher Carr and Daniel Bainbridge travelled to Chatteris to hold a talk for Come and Be Heard, a social group for the hard of hearing.