Few of us realise when it is we start to loose our hearing. Perhaps the television isn’t as clear as it used to be, or you can’t catch what someone is saying when they are facing away from you. Most commonly, conversation is difficult to hear clearly when there is any background noise, be it lots of people talking or other competing noises. If you have difficulty hearing at times, get in touch for a free hearing assessment in the comfort and convenience of your own home, without any obligation.
There are many hearing instruments available to help you to hear. They range form simple amplifiers to highly complex sound processors containing the very latest technology. Their form can also vary considerably, from large behind-the-ear (BTE) with a custom ear mould, to completely-in-the-canal (CIC), to receiver-in-the-canal (RIC). This can be a minefield of information for anyone, after all few of us know much if anything about such things. I can help empower you to make the best decision for you. Whether it be what make, model and style of hearing aid would suit you, or indeed, whether one is needed at all.
I have over 35 years experience as an audiologist in the NHS and I am a member of the British Academy of Audiology (BAA), the professional body which represents the audiology profession in the UK.
I am a registrant with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered as a hearing aid dispenser (RHAD), allowing me to dispense hearing aids in the UK.
I am a member of the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA), the professional body for hearing aid dispensers who work in the independent sector in the UK and overseas, I am also a member of their Customer Care Scheme.
I aim to provide a professional and personalised service.
Norfolk Hearing Care
17 Graham Drive