HEARING loss is about much more than a reduced ability to perceive sound. Whether the loss is gradual or sudden, many people who are hearing impaired disconnect from the world around them.
Often, people with hearing loss withdraw fr
om their social lives and are too embarrassed to ask family and friends to repeat themselves over and over again.
You might be suffering from hearing loss and in many cases it happens so gradually, you might not even be aware of it.
One of the first signs that your hearing might be deteriorating is difficulty to understand speech in noise. The Ear Institute has been treating people with hearing loss for more than 40 years. With 22 Ear Institutes across South Africa and Namibia, access to world-class hearing is within anyone’s reach.
The Ear Institute offers hearing care for your family and makes a visit to their facilities hassle-free. From easy access, safe and free parking to a free cup of coffee, every appointment is a pleasurable and hassle-free experience.
Cleaning services are done in-house for patients not to be inconvenienced by being without their hearing aids. Ear Institute provides world-class facilities but its focus remains on hearing care for people. Client service, after-sale services, receptionists, professionals and audiologists receive regular training to ensure they have the latest information and the patients’ needs at heart. In addition, the Ear Institute offers a 30-day money back guarantee.
Ear Institute East London (previously known as Phonak Hearing Centre) is now open. Bring this article to redeem your free packet of batteries. One packet per person. For info call 043-743–2159.