Hearing Care is Health Care

Hearing Loss is usually a gradual process that affects us as we age.
However, we often don’t notice a change in our hearing until our lifestyle is impacted. If you are concerned about your or a loved ones hearing and are not sure if you would benefit from a hearing test, below are some questions to ask yourself or your loved one:
  • Do you have the TV or radio volume uncomfortably loud for others?
  • Do you find it difficult to hear dialogue at the cinema or theatre?
  • Are telephone conversations difficult for you?
  • Do you frequently ask people to repeat themselves or misunderstand what they say?
  • Do you have difficulty following conversations?
  • Do you feel people mumble when speaking to you?
  • Do you feel isolated because you are finding it difficult to hear?
If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then you may have some degree of hearing loss which can be assessed FREE by one of our Fully Qualified Hearing Aid Dispensers, registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

The impact of hearing loss can be significant and when left unaddressed can lead to feelings of frustration, loneliness and social isolation.  Often the best way to help with hearing loss, depending on the type of loss, is with the use of a hearing aid device.  Only a HCPC registered Hearing Aid Dispenser may prescribe a hearing aid device.

Give us a call at Shawlands 0141 649 4897 or Burnside 0141 647 6655