Hearing experts here to help
Locals invited to visit audiologists for assessment and sound advice
We will increase the service at Heathcote as demand increases — Natalie Betts
AUSTRALIAN Hearing has opened a new visiting location at Heathcote.
Community members are invited to come down to Expert Real Estate at 89 High Street for morning tea on Thursday, September 14 and learn what’s on offer to improve hearing health – people may get a new lease on life after having their hearing checked.
Heading up the team of hearing experts that will attend the visiting centre morning tea are Australian Hearing manager Natalie Betts and Carman Chu.
Both Natalie and Carman are experienced audiologists and members of Australian Hearing’s large family of audiologists in over 535 centres around the country.
“Audiologists are extensively trained in selecting, carrying out and interpreting a full range of hearing assessments. They’re well placed to determine whether someone needs medical intervention or hearing rehabilitation services,” Natalie said.
“The Australian Hearing team is really excited to extend our coverage in the local area and provide highquality hearing services from our new location.”
Heathcote Australian Hearing staff will be on hand to provide hearing assessments, hearing device fittings and rehabilitation support.
“Heathcote locals can expect personalised service from friendly professionals and easy access to our new visiting site,’’ Natalie said.
Australian Hearing staff take a caring approach when looking after people’s hearing needs and are always on hand to provide reliable advice.
“We will increase the service at Heathcote as demand increases,” Natalie added.
People often wait many years before investigating their hearing but Australian Hearing wants to help everybody to hear better and get the most out of life – for longer.
Australian Hearing encourages anybody wondering if their hearing is up to scratch, to book a hearing check by calling (03) 5445 1400. It’s simple and only takes 15 minutes.
Australian Hearing provides subsidised hearing care for eligible people, including pensioners and most veterans. For more information visit