Why you should use Audiology Associates for your Hearing Aids over national chains that sell lipstick & glasses too!
Now anyone that knows me well, knows I am a straight talker.. and today I'm going to be sharing that character trait with you!!
It's very easy these days to pop along to your local town or the city centre, walk into a large chain store that provides free hearing tests (alongside tampons, toys and shampoo or possibly glasses) and get tested there and then. Adverts are impressive- for £500 you can get yourself a top spec hearing aids etc, etc.... But I have to ask the question, are you getting the service, product specification & aftercare you deserve?
Here at Audiology Associates we specialise- in Audiology & hearing health, nothing more, nothing less- enough said!
You are assigned a vastly experienced Audiologist, rather than a Hearing Professional. He or she is 'yours' for the duration of your journey with us. You know their name, they know yours. Your testing, hearing aids and aftercare is bespoke, tailored to your individual needs and as unique as you. You are most definitely not a number or part of a sales target. We look after our patients needs and they become one of our own.
Our promise to you is that our service and technology is of the highest specification- you are not bagging yourself a bargain; sacrificing technology & comfort in place of style and a cheap deal. With our extensive experience within the NHS we also guarantee that we would never sell or fit you with a hearing aid that you can access from the NHS, all our technology is far advanced on what they currently supply. You can't buy a set of hearing aids for £500 with us, and thats the reason why. Our suppliers have been hand picked and are the best that the Hearing Aid industry has to offer. All our hearing aids come with a no quibble 30 day money back guarantee, and you also get 10% off currently, in aid of Deaf Awareness Week.
So when you are ready to make the call and arrange an appointment for your FREE HEARING TEST* please ensure you have done your weekly shop before hand. At our clinics, all you'll find is a welcome smile and a desire to assist you on your journey towards hearing health. We look forward to seeing you soon
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*Free Adult tests only
This Deaf Awareness Week you may be asking - what is deaf awareness? Its about 'promoting the positive aspects of deafness', to 'promote social inclusion' and raise awareness to all the organisations that support the week.
Most importantly its about helping people that are deaf. When asked what deaf awareness meant for them, one person said: 'I want my family to include me in their conversations.' This to me is very emotive and emphasised how important this is to tackle.
Do you know that 15% of the population are deaf to some extent? Out of every 10,000 people, ten will be extremely deaf and 100 will be partially deaf.
I couldn't help but notice one really interesting quote on the deaf awareness website that says: "Being deaf is about experiencing the world visually."
Scientific studies have shown that being deaf can actually enhance your sight - why? Because they have to over-compensate with this part of their senses because they can't hear.
The theme for the awareness week in 2016 is 'Common Purpose' and there will be lots of events taking place: information days, exhibitions, talks and captioned theatrical performances.
The week is supported by more than one hundred charities and organisations - and now all they need is your support!
To stay updated with everything that's going on this year keep checking back on the Deaf Awareness Week website. And, if you're thinking of planning your own event, you find lots of great ideas.
By taking part you will be participating in all the small changes you need to make. At work, directly face the person you are talking to and send them email notes of meetings. These little things can make all the difference. We will be celebrating in our own unique way at Audiology Associates- Watch this space for upcoming news!
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