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What Happens at your Art of Hearing Appointments?

  YOUR HEARING ASSESSMENT APPOINTMENT  Congratulations on taking this first step – a test of hearing and ear health, and review of options for help!  This guide explains much of what will happen in your appointment. YOUR HISTORY We will ...
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Lyric Relationship

Hearing Aids: Why Bother?

Written By: Ian Henderson (Audiologist at the Art of Hearing) Republished and edited with permission from Audiology Now (Summer Edition 2007) Common Reasons Given for Not Trying Hearing Aids In most cases, the resistance is an understandable, human one. We ...
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tinnitus remedies

Hearing Aids Can Help Reduce Cognitive Decline – Recent Research

Recent studies have indicated that hearing aids could potentially improve cognitive decline, an eventual outcome for those affected by hearing loss. Hearing loss is very common in older adults. On average, based on studies in Australia, Europe and the US, it ...
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Hearing Aids Perth

Hearing Aids potentially to be excluded from TGA and be regulated by ACCC.

Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is a regulatory body, part of the Australian Government Department of Health, that is responsible for regulating prescription medicine, vaccines, vitamins & minerals, medical devices, blood and blood products. TGA’s role is to ensure risk-based approach ...
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Kate & Elizabeth Develop Wireless Hearing Implant

Aussie Medtech Startup Hemideina to Develop a Revolutionary Wireless Hearing Implant

Hemideina, an Australian start-up company is set to develop a first prototype, HERA, a wireless hearing implant designed to provide an alternative to traditional cochlear hearing aid implants. The technology is inspired by the New Zealand’s native Wellington tree weta, ...
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Lyric by Phonak

A Decade of Better Hearing: Lyric Invisible Hearing Aids

2019 marks 10 years since the Lyric invisible hearing aid was first developed. A hearing aid made from breathable material which could be inserted into the ear canal and worn long term. It was the world’s first truly invisible hearing ...
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Hearing Health

Indigenous Hearing Health on the Agenda for the Liberal Government

In the lead up to last month’s election, Scott Morrison and the Liberal party announced the government would pledge $30 Million AUD over the next 4 years towards programs tackling Indigenous hearing health. The funding will be delivered through the ...
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Deal with Hearables

What’s the deal with hearables?

There is a convergence happening right now. Manufacturers are capitalizing on advances in wearable health technology to deliver new types of electronics to their consumers. New technology is revolutionising the way people manage their health, and recently some unexpected players ...
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Hearing Health Conditions

Four Rare Hearing Conditions

At the Art of Hearing, we know that seeing you is the key to better hearing. Which is why we’re shedding some light on these rare hearing conditions, to help you better understand the risks and symptoms associated with different ...
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Hearing Loss and Balance; What’s the Connection?

Hearing Loss and Balance; What’s the Connection?

Our ears are connected to more than just our hearing. A complex organ made up of many parts, our inner ear is made of delicate bone and tissue. Structures such as the cochlea, and vestibular system (also sometimes called the ...
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