The first signs of hearing loss are often subtle, some common clues are:
- I generally hear well but I have difficulty hearing in background noise
- My hearing is ok but everyone mumbles
- Other people comment on the volume of the TV. I can hear it but it is not always clear
- My ears ring when it is quiet
Did you know that the earlier you do something about your hearing the more successful you will be with hearing aids? Did you know research has shown a direct link between hearing loss and dementia? Hearing aid technology has come a long way in the last few years with Bluetooth technology allowing direct link up with your mobile phone for phone calls and music. Wireless TV accessories mean you can directly stream the TV to your hearing aids without headphones or wires. They are small, discreet and available in a wide range to suit all budgets and lifestyles. They even come in a rechargeable option so batteries are a thing of the past.
If you would like a hearing assessment call RRPAC on 54 801 655 to make an appointment to see Tina or email email@example.com Pensioners and DVA clients can be seen through the Commonwealth Government’s Hearing Services Program. No referral is required.