Make sure you get the right advice with UK Hearing Care
UK Hearing Care understands that getting the right advice can make all the difference when finding a hearing loss solution.
UK (PRUnderground) August 22nd, 2013
UK Hearing Care has been specially selected by the Age UK Group to provide reliable, helpful and trustworthy advice on how to deal with hearing loss; they understand that getting the right advice can make all the difference when finding a hearing loss solution.
As well as providing a range of hearing aids that can help tackle hearing loss, including everything from Behind the Ear (BTE) hearing aids to Invisible In the Canal (IIC) hearing aids, UK Hearing Care can also provide hearing assessments. The trained audiologists at UK Hearing Care have developed a hearing consultation package that includes what they believe to be a minimum standard of tests and assessments, ensuring that all advice that is given about a hearing loss solution is purely based on what each individual person needs and wants.
These assessments include a full examination of the outer ear, an Acceptable Noise Level test, a complete pure tone audiometry hearing test, evidence based questionnaires on how hearing loss is affecting your daily life and a demonstration of the hearing system that could be the ideal solution (if appropriate).
Once UK Hearing Care have performed this assessment, they will then advise you on what solutions are available, which one is best for you and whether or not you need one at all. You can expect a trustworthy, honest and informative service from them, so book a hearing assessment with UK Hearing Care and get the advice you have been searching for.
About UK Hearing Care
UK Hearing Care have teamed up with AgeUK to form AgeUK Hearing Aids, providing a complete service that will make solving your hearing difficulties easier and more effective than ever before. We’ll guide you through the process from start to finish – whether that’s in the comfort of your own home, or at a handy location close to you. We work with local community independent opticians, health and mobility centres and a number of NHS Primary Care Trusts throughout the country.