Welcome to our winter newsletter
Winter is now well upon us, and we hope you and your loved ones are keeping safe and well! Weve had a few disruptions across our clinics because of winter ailments, and we apologise if weve had to reschedule your appointments.
Posted Thursday August 4, 2022
Our suppliers continue to be well stocked with all hearing aid products, however, repairs and custom-made devices are taking a little longer to receive in because of freight and courier delays.
Our winter promotion, a 14-day free trial of Phonak’s latest hearing technology, continues until the end of August. This is a great offer if you’re new to heairng aids and not yet sure if you’re quite ready to jump on board with the technology. This free trial gives you the chance to experience what it’s like to wear hearing aids — as they say, the proof of the pudding is in the taste!
It’s also a great chance for existing users to sample how the new technology compares to their current hearing aids. Many people are already enjoying the overall clearer sound in difficult listening environments, the no-fuss rechargeable batteries and streaming calls and data from their mobile phones via the Bluetooth technology.
In this issue we look at the research on how hearing aids reduce your risk of dementia, look at the eco-friendly advantages of rechargeable hearing aids, and meet Adrienne Melton, who is living life in Paradise with her new hearing aids.
Finally, we always love your feedback, both positive and constructive! It helps us grow and develop as a company, and focuses our efforts on improving things that matter to you, our customers. If you have five minutes to spare please follow the survey link and tell us what you think — we’d love to hear from you!
Keep well, and we look forward to touching base again in our springtime newsletter.
Managing Director and Senior Audiologist
Adrienne Melton lives in Paradise
Dunedin resident Adrienne Melton loves to travel. Which was a major impetus to get her hearing sorted!
Evidence is mounting that hearing aids can reduce your risk of dementia
There is emerging evidence that ageing with untreated moderate to severe hearing loss increases our risk of accelerated ...
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