Search Results for 'Congenital hearing loss'

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Is there a problem with your child’s hearing?

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A child displaying signs of a hearing difficulty, or loss, is particularly worrying for parents.

New Hidden Hearing audiologist in Athlone

Audiologist Ruairi Keogh has joined the Hidden Hearing clinic at 2A & 2B John Broderick Street, Irishtown Central, Athlone.

Blackberry Hearing: better hearing and much better prices

John Ryan and Dave Gleeson founded Blackberry Hearing last year to address the shockingly high cost of hearing aids.

Blackberry Hearing - making hearing aids much more affordable!

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Blackberry Hearing was set up to change people’s lives by offering high-quality hearing aids at a fraction of the cost charged by established companies. Blackberry Hearing’s market research validated that there was significant consumer dissatisfaction with pricing and after-care service.

Blackberry Hearing — making hearing aids much more affordable

Blackberry Hearing was set up to change people's lives by offering high-quality hearing aids at a fraction of the cost charged by established companies. Blackberry Hearing's market research validated that there was significant consumer dissatisfaction with pricing and after-care service.

Blackberry Hearing - making hearing aids much more affordable!

Blackberry Hearing was set up to change people’s lives by offering high-quality hearing aids at a fraction of the cost charged by established companies. Blackberry Hearing’s market research validated that there was significant consumer dissatisfaction with pricing and after-care service.

Free hearing check-ups with Hidden Hearing

Hidden Hearing’s state-of-the-art hearing centre at 2 John Broderick Street, Athlone, is hosting a coffee morning on Friday,  November 6, at 10am to celebrate their new Hearing Wellness Programme.

Help for hearing loss, the hidden disability

Hearing loss can cause a wide range of problems, from an inability to hear words clearly to a lack of awareness of the surrounding environment, leading to social isolation and, in severe cases, depression. Hearing loss often develops slowly, so the individual with the loss adjusts to living life at reduced sound levels. Family members or friends often first notice the loss, and alert the individual to the problem. The signs of hearing loss include misunderstanding words, having to frequently ask others to repeat what they said, raising the volume of the television excessively, and difficulty hearing group conversations or hearing over background noise. Hearing loss can occur at any age, and it is becoming more prevalent in younger generations due to exposure to daily levels of excessive noise from work, music, concerts, and MP3 players. Hearing loss is a hidden disability and society in general can be unaware of the severe side effects of hearing loss. It is estimated that 17 per cent of Irish people suffer some form of hearing loss. The good news is that hearing loss can be helped by a few simple measures.

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