Liverpool Hearing Centre News & Advice

Moment from Widex - Launched 17th March 2020

Widex Moment Hearing Aid Launch March 2020

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Oticon Ruby Hearing Aid

New Danish Hearing Aid for 2020

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Ear Wax Removal During COVID-19 Outbreak

How can we help unblock patient ears when we can't see them?

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Phonak Naida Marvel 312 from Phonak - Launched 12th March 2020

Phonak Naida Marvel Hearing Aid Launch March 2020

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Virto Marvel 312 from Phonak - Launched 12th March 2020

Phonak Virto Marvel Hearing Aid Launch March 2020

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Starkey Livio AI Hearing Aid

Livio AI from Starkey Hearing Technologies  -  Launched 27 August 2018

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Phonak Marvel 2.0 Hearing Aid

Marvel 2.0 & Roger Direct from Phonak -  Launched 24 October 2019

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Signia Xperience Hearing Aid

Signia Xperience Hearing Aid from Sivantos - Launched September 27 2019

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Oticon Xceed Hearing Aid

New Xceed Power Hearing Aid from Oticon - Launched September 2019

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Phone Calls Transcribed Live

Phonak myCall to Text

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Bernafon Viron Hearing Aid

New Swiss Hearing Aid for 2019

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A New Scientific Approach to Choosing the Right Hearing Aids for Your Hearing and Your Lifestyle

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NHS vs. Private Hearing Aids

It may sound odd as a private independent retailer of hearing aids that we love our NHS. We love them so much that we have campaigned on their behalf via the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists to make sure that during these terrible times of government austerity that the audiology department hasn't had to cut its services by too much.

 

However, some hospitals have had no choice but to take measures to meet demands. These include cutting patient/ audiologist time or appointments completely, outsourcing to the private sector but paying peanuts, only fitting patients when their hearing is 'bad enough', only fitting one hearing aid where two are necessary and fitting cheaper hearing aids that are way behind modern technology. Let it be said though that there are some magnificent audiology departments, audiologists and hearing care assistants in hospitals and on the high street doing some sterling work.

 

Two of our audiologists have both worked in NHS audiology departments in the past and comment that there are good and bad departments, but the quality of the technology available to them on the private side is vastly superior. Here are just some of the differences:

 

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