What is a loop system?28 Jul 2021
A hearing loop (sometimes called an audio induction loop) is a special type of sound system used to make it easier for people with hearing aids to hear. A loop system is particularly useful in busy or loud environments. The hearing loop provides a magnetic, wireless signal that is picked up by the hearing aid when it is set to ‘T’ (Telecoil)…
Creating an Ear Mould11 Jan 2021
Below is a pictographic account of the processes involved in creating an ear mould. The document discusses each step involved in the creation of the mould and seeks to reassure anyone waiting for an appointment to have an ear mould impression taken. This session took place in February 2020 prior to lockdown.
Face Coverings & Hearing Loss – Rules, Exemptions & Tips5 Oct 2020
Wearing a face covering while wearing hearing aids can be a challenge. We look at the Scottish rules, examine the exemptions and offer tips to make wearing a mask easier.
Number for D& G Audiology Department11 Mar 2020
If it is over three years since you were last assessed by Audiology, or you have broken your hearing aid, then please contact Audiology on 01387 241499 or email them on firstname.lastname@example.org . Please make sure you provide Audiology with your name, address and date-of-birth. Please Note:If you think you need hearing aids you must contact your GP for a…
Disabled Persons Railcard24 Apr 2018
Did you know that if you have a hearing loss you qualify for a Disabled Persons Railcard? This Railcard will give you 1/3 off Standard and First Class travel Anytime, Off-Peak and Advance fares for you and a friend and only costs £20 for the whole year. To find out more go to www.disabledpersons-railcard.co.uk
The Hearing Aid Experience21 Oct 2016
One of our service users has composed a poem telling of their experience with hearing aid.