Reconnect with life at hi-tech hearing centre
NE IN SIX people in the UK experience some form of hearing loss — an estimated 3,136 people i n Gol der s Green alone. So often hearing loss is just an accepted part of getting older, but it really should not be this way. Hearing care has moved on dramatically. Hearing aids these days range from standard fittings to those that are practically invisible. Wireless technology can greatly improve your ability to hear the television and use the phone — and feel a part of society again.
“Generally people tend to ignore or simply accept the fact that they experience a loss in hearing and simply get on with their lives. However the longer the ability to hear less goes untreated the worse it becomes,” explains Nathan Gluck, an independent hearing care specialist based in Golders Green. “It is definitely worth getting checked out sooner rather than later, for your own benefit.”
Open days are being held by Nathan Gluck on July 23 and 30, at his centre in Wentworth Road, Golders Green. There will be demonstrations of hearing aids and other devices and experts will be on hand to answer questions. Home visits, demonstrations and tests
are also available.
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