Ten Facts About Hearing!

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Ten Facts – Hearing Is Amazing!   The ear intricately routes sound waves in the air through to your brain, where they can be understood as intelligible, distinct noise. By carrying out this process, your ears enable you to communicate, learn and better understand the world around you. Below, we have some facts about the way… Read more »

Tis the Season to be Hearing!

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It’s Christmas Time! Christmas is the season for giving, but it’s also the time for families to come together and enjoy that all-important Christmas roast! Turkey, mince pies and mistletoe. What could possibly interfere in such a jolly period? Unfortunately, not everybody enjoys the wonderment and merriness of Christmas to its fullest. People with hearing… Read more »

Saffron Walden Market Day Event!

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One of Many! After the success of both our sensory awareness radio show with Chris Mann (BBC Radio Cambridgeshire), and our Busy Market Stall in Newmarket, our team at Hearing Healthcare Centre recently set out on our latest venture; to further raise awareness of those living with sensory deprivation! This time, we ‘set up shop’ in… Read more »

NHS Spends £3m Removing Objects From Ears and Noses!

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Over £3m Spent Removing Objects from Ears/Noses! An interesting study labelled “Will Children Ever Learn?” was recently conducted, which analysed the number of patients attending hospital to have something removed from their ears or nose. The study finds that between 2010 and 2016, 8,752 foreign bodies were found and removed from the noses of children… Read more »

Dexterity Assessment Tool – Introducing the DexBox!

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Introducing the DexBox! We’re always working on projects behind the scenes here at Hearing Healthcare Centre, usually trying to improve the service we provide to our clients along their journey. In the past, we’ve showcased audio illusions, disproved dangerous wax removal techniques, and informed clients on the best ways to communicate with hearing impaired individuals…. Read more »

A Successful Campaign!

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Sensory Awareness Campaign Hearing Healthcare Centre hosted a sensory awareness event over the weekend in the Guineas shopping centre, Newmarket. Visitors were invited to experience what it felt like to have sensory problems and understand the difficulties experienced by sufferers. We had a number of simulations, each challenging the user with a new adversity.  … Read more »

Bernafon’s New Smart Aid

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Bernafon’s Exciting, Smart Aid For several years, our clients have been enjoying the benefits of smartphone-compatible hearing aids. Until recently, these smartphone-compatible hearing aids have only been available in Behind-The-Ear (BTE) and Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) form factors. For our clients that prefer the more discrete and comfortable feel of a custom, In-The-Ear (ITE) product, smartphone functions… Read more »

Sensory Awareness Campaign

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Join Us For Our Sensory Awareness Event As a hearing healthcare provider, we’re always looking for new ways to raise awareness of both hearing loss and the dangers of exposure to loud noise! In the past, we’ve been to charity events, held our own coffee mornings, and even travelled around the county in our mobile… Read more »

World’s First Dexterity Tool

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DexBox Audiology Tool Staff at Hearing Healthcare Centre are always looking to develop new methods of testing hearing, and innovative new ideas to help ensure that we continue to provide the best service. As a result of this continuing hard work, we are often able to bring exclusive services to our clients, that are not… Read more »

Coffee Mornings

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Coffee Mornings As part of our goal to raise awareness about hearing health and hearing loss, we’re hosting the first of many coffee mornings! And, everyone is welcome! When & Where? 10:00 – 12:00, Thursday 5th July 2018, Suite 3, Rookery House, Newmarket CB8 8EQ What’s Involved? Senior audiologist and AIHHP founder, Christopher Carr, will… Read more »