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310 days ago

Plugging in to the rechargeable world

Margaret OBrien from Audiology Associates - Te Atatu

The Liion battery is changing the way we manage hearing aids. The new generation of rechargeable hearing aids means the days of having to remember to change the battery before we go out to that important meeting or dinner or having the hearing aid stop half way through the wedding are a thing of … View moreThe Liion battery is changing the way we manage hearing aids. The new generation of rechargeable hearing aids means the days of having to remember to change the battery before we go out to that important meeting or dinner or having the hearing aid stop half way through the wedding are a thing of the past.

The new rechargeable systems have up to two days’ use in a single charge, a “battery pack” that gives you two extra charges if you happen to be away from home (and the charger) and the battery life is 3-5 years minimum.

Because of our independence at Audiology Associates we have access to all the current manufacturers of Liion technology and help you get the system that suits your needs as well as your budget
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561 days ago

Are you experiencing hearing problems?

Audiology Associates

Hearing loss is not limited to old age — it can happen to anyone. It is also common in children and young professionals, especially those exposed to loud noises. When you experience hearing troubles, it greatly affects your lifestyle and how you interact with the people around you.

If you are … View more
Hearing loss is not limited to old age — it can happen to anyone. It is also common in children and young professionals, especially those exposed to loud noises. When you experience hearing troubles, it greatly affects your lifestyle and how you interact with the people around you.

If you are having a hard time hearing, do not delay treatment. Start your recovery journey with FREE hearing checks from Audiology Associates.

How to Detect Possible Hearing Loss
Hearing loss is a gradual process; most people do not notice their condition for years until it suddenly occurs. You might have experienced some warning signs: friends telling you to turn down the volume of your stereo or you frequently asking people to repeat what they said.

Gradual hearing loss approximately takes seven years before the patient realises the condition. Most individuals realise their troubles a moment too late, which results in expensive treatments. Love your hearing by addressing the issue now. Make an appointment with us for one of Auckland’s trusted hearing tests.

Starting the Journey with a Hearing Test
Your journey to better hearing starts with a simple diagnostic hearing test. This test determines your hearing levels, giving you an idea of your current condition. It also reflects the hearing capacity of both ear and which sounds you can hear without difficulty. Your first hearing test is an important baseline—this helps your audiologist plot your treatment plan.

If the results of your hearing test suggest the need for hearing devices, our team will make the right recommendations for you.

Experienced Clinicians at your Service
Audiology Associates’ team of clinicians is one of New Zealand’s most experienced. They focus on providing quality service in all areas of the field. From a simple hearing test to giving the right advice, we make sure you get what you need.

Book an appointment with us now and have your hearing checked before it’s too late.

Te Atatu - (09) 838 9757
New Lynn - (09) 827 0709
Blockhouse Bay - (09) 627 2105
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576 days ago

Are you experiencing hearing problems?

Audiology Associates

Hearing loss is not limited to old age — it can happen to anyone. It is also common in children and young professionals, especially those exposed to loud noises. When you experience hearing troubles, it greatly affects your lifestyle and how you interact with the people around you.

If you are … View more
Hearing loss is not limited to old age — it can happen to anyone. It is also common in children and young professionals, especially those exposed to loud noises. When you experience hearing troubles, it greatly affects your lifestyle and how you interact with the people around you.

If you are having a hard time hearing, do not delay treatment. Start your recovery journey with FREE hearing checks from Audiology Associates.

How to Detect Possible Hearing Loss
Hearing loss is a gradual process; most people do not notice their condition for years until it suddenly occurs. You might have experienced some warning signs: friends telling you to turn down the volume of your stereo or you frequently asking people to repeat what they said.

Gradual hearing loss approximately takes seven years before the patient realises the condition. Most individuals realise their troubles a moment too late, which results in expensive treatments. Love your hearing by addressing the issue now. Make an appointment with us for one of Auckland’s trusted hearing tests.

Starting the Journey with a Hearing Test
Your journey to better hearing starts with a simple diagnostic hearing test. This test determines your hearing levels, giving you an idea of your current condition. It also reflects the hearing capacity of both ear and which sounds you can hear without difficulty. Your first hearing test is an important baseline—this helps your audiologist plot your treatment plan.

If the results of your hearing test suggest the need for hearing devices, our team will make the right recommendations for you.

Experienced Clinicians at your Service
Audiology Associates’ team of clinicians is one of New Zealand’s most experienced. They focus on providing quality service in all areas of the field. From a simple hearing test to giving the right advice, we make sure you get what you need.

Book an appointment with us now and have your hearing checked before it’s too late.

Te Atatu - (09) 838 9757
New Lynn - (09) 827 0709
Blockhouse Bay - (09) 627 2105
Find out more!

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969 days ago

Life just got easier for those who wear hearing aids!

Clinical Audiologist Dr Peter O'Brien AuD MNZAS Audiology Associates

A number of manufacturers offer a range of accessories to boost hearing aid performance (where required) to assist watching TV, talking on the phone (land line and mobile) and listening to music etc.

The current options for phone connectivity for hearing aids include:

- Direct to phone … View more
A number of manufacturers offer a range of accessories to boost hearing aid performance (where required) to assist watching TV, talking on the phone (land line and mobile) and listening to music etc.

The current options for phone connectivity for hearing aids include:

- Direct to phone connection - using the styled for iPhone hearing aids for cell phones available through Starkey, GN ReSound and Oticon. Or direct land line connection by a remote, available from Oticon, Bernafon & Sonic.

- Direct management of the hearing aid function by phone - currently available for both iPhone and android - this allows you to use your phone as a remote control.

Options are available in a number of levels of hearing aid technology. This means you may not need the most expensive hearing aid option to access phone connections.

For further information and to discuss what is best for you, contact the friendly team at Audiology Associates.

Photograph courtesy of Starkey NZ Limited.
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