HEAR BETTER. LIVE BETTER.

One in six Australian adults experience some degree of hearing loss.

When you have hearing loss you don’t simply go deaf, but you find it more and more difficult to understand sounds clearly, particularly speech. Social environments such as a cafes or restaurants can be even more challenging as the background noises make it harder to hear.

Surprisingly, many of us wait 7 to 10 years before even acknowledging we are having trouble hearing. Why? For some of us it’s denial, or fear of looking old; for others the hearing loss is so gradual we might not be aware of the progression of it.

There are obvious benefits to having good hearing, as it allows us to communicate effectively, stay socially active and manage our overall well-being. Hearing loss is not stand-alone, it is linked to everything we do every single day.

One of the biggest predictors of Quality of Life is the health of relationships we have with others. Instead of hearing loss, think about what you gain when you hear. Hearing better improves your ability to stay connected to your family and friends.

Early hearing tests and early intervention mean you won’t lose your all-important relationships.

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Hastings VIC 3915

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