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Life during Covid-19 and beyond…..

May 11, 2020

With the Covid-19 restrictions easing due to our combined efforts with following the advice of our State and Federal Governments, and our Chief Medical Officers, I’m sure we’ve all had time to reflect on our well-being and overall health, and life in general. During this isolation period, have you come up with a new resolution…

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How Harmony Hearing is looking after you during the COVID- 19 Crisis:

March 27, 2020

To maximise your hearing ability during these challenging times Harmony Hearing has developed the following: Rigorous Sanitisation(30 mins) between appointment visits (Following Gov. Health Departments Best Practice) Virtual Appointments: Live face-to-face consultations with our Audiologist using our innovative video chat system.  Remote Adjustments:Modern hearing aids can be adjusted remotely by your clinician while you are in…

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HEARING LOSS CAN LEAD TO ISOLATION & DEPRESSION.

February 23, 2020

7 REASONS WHY HEARING AIDS MAY BE THE BEST INVESTMENT YOU’LL EVER MAKE! Hearing aids can add many valuable benefits to improve your quality of life. Speaking with our sensational clients these are the top 7 benefits you must know. And why saying YES! to hearing aids can impact many important areas in your life. …

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Five Tips To Make Socializing Easier For Those With Hearing Loss

February 9, 2020

How Hearing Loss is Isolating Many people with hearing loss often suffer from isolation due to the difficulty they experience trying follow conversation. This isolation can be gradual like the insidious nature of hearing loss itself. Our high frequency hearing sensitivity typically declines first. This is usually due to natural physiological changes and mechanical ‘wear…

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Is Your Hearing At RISK? You May Be Shocked! 5 Everyday Items Around Your House That Are Affecting You.

November 17, 2019

What is the Loudness Scale? You may be familiar with the term decibel (abbreviated as dB) the unit used to measure the intensity of a sound. It can be also known as the volume of noise. Here are some examples of dB readings. Normal conversation is about 60 dB, a lawn mower is about 90 dB, and…

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A Diagnostic Hearing Test Vs the “Free Hearing Test” – The Essential Difference

May 12, 2019

At Harmony Hearing we offer a free hearing screening check as well as a more comprehensive diagnostic hearing test.  The Free Screening Hearing Test (A Basic Check) We schedule an approximate 30minute appointment where we look into your ears and perform a basic four frequency check of your hearing. We check the frequency range important…

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Signs of Hearing Check

5 Signs It’s Time for a Hearing Check

April 22, 2019

It’s really no different than going in for your annual eye exam, and getting your hearing checked regularly ensures you don’t miss out on any aspect of your life.  If there is a problem, it can be addressed and fixed (similar to getting a pair of glasses to help you see better). And, even if…

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Providers of Hearing Aids: Corporates Vs Independents

February 23, 2019

To procure hearing aids you have a choice of different types of providers available to you. There are big corporate type providers such as Spec Savers Audiology, Hearing Savers, Australian Hearing, National Hearing, Hearing Life & Audio Clinic in Australia. There are also independent providers who may be large multi-branched outlets or smaller Australian family…

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ABC Radio Announcer Declares Unfair Hearing Aid Pricing Practices in Australia

February 8, 2019

8/02/2019 Journalist Katherine Gregory announced this morning on ABC Radio that she believes commission structures for hearing aids sales are unethical or unfair. She say’s “more needs to be done to regulate the industry” and “the hearing aid industry has been put on notice for hiking up prices and misleading consumers about the effectiveness of…

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Tired of Loud Music in Restaurants

Tired of Loud Music in Restaurants? Me too!

January 21, 2019

A group called “Pipe Down” in the U.S. are trying to raise awareness of the issue of loud music in restaurants, stores and other public places. They also aim to encourage the use of more soft fabrics and sound absorbing surfaces in the design of these spaces to make it easier to hear.  I remember…

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