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.
On Sunday the 6th of September Hearing Healthcare Centre were invited to Stowe school to get involved with the England Deaf rugby team. As their official audiologists we are proud to offer the players of both the men’s and women’s team annual comprehensive hearing checks.
Last weekend, Parker’s Piece in Cambridge played host to the city’s famous ‘Big Weekend’ organised by the Cambridge Live trust. 25,000 people made the most of the sunshine to join in the summer festivities and the weekend was a great success.
Due to the success of its Cambridge and Peterborough offices, Hearing Healthcare Centre is delighted to announce that we have recently opened a brand new Hearing Healthcare Centre on Saffron Walden’s busy high street. Saffron Walden’s Hearing Healthcare Centre will be open weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9am to 5pm and an experienced audiologist will… Read more »
Look out for us at The Big Weekend on Parker’s Piece in Cambridge, Saturday 11th July and Sunday 12th July, where we will be offering free hearing screenings for EVERYONE – including band members, back stage crew, festival staff, the EDRU players and the general public. “I have been incredibly impressed by Hearing Healthcare Centre’s service. The skill… Read more »
We are delighted and very proud to announce that Daniel Bainbridge, one of our highly experienced Audiologists at Hearing Healthcare Centre, has been selected as the Official Audiologist for the England Deaf Rugby Union (EDRU).
We would like to say a huge congratulations to Steve Kirby who won the English Open High Gun at the English Open Handicap by Distance held at Nottingham & District on 5th April 2015. What a fantastic achievement, well done Steve!
1. Get the person’s attention Before starting your conversation, make sure you have the person’s attention. Say their name before you talk to them. If you know a person has a better ear, consider moving to that side before you start talking. If necessary it may also be worth touching their arm to bring their… Read more »
We were delighted to read a recent Which? report which highlighted a fact we have known for years – local independent hearing centres really do offer their customers a superior service. The consumer watchdog conducted a survey amongst its hearing aid-wearing members and the results conclusively proved that the independents outperform the competition on every… Read more »