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We’re delighted to be providing hearing testing for the musicians in An American in Paris currently showing at the Dominion Theatre in Tottenham Court Road.  The breathtakingly beautiful new Broadway musical about love, hope and living your dreams, has opened to standing ovations from the public and a record-setting 28 five-star rave reviews from the critics.

Winner of 4 Tony® Awards on Broadway, this “wildly successful stage adaptation” (Financial Times) of the classic MGM film musical “soars to exhilar­ating heights of brilliance that must be seen to be believed” (Mail on Sunday) and is directed and choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon, written by Craig Lucas and designed by Bob Crowley.

For further details visit their website

 

Hearing aid_Charger_Case_open_with_Audeo_B-R_Close_up_01Phonak Audeo Belong rechargeable hearing aids are the quickest charging, longest lasting rechargeable hearing aids on the market. In fact, they give you 24 hours of hearing with a simple 3-hour charge. If you’re in a rush, you can rely on a short 30-minute charge to give you up to 6 hours of full performance. Plus, they come with easy-to-use smart charging options, charge up wherever you are, without having to worry about running out of power.

Free yourself from the hassles of disposable batteries

It doesn’t matter where you are or what you’re doing, these rechargeable hearing aids were created to simplify your life. Finally, a chance to free yourself from the hassles of disposable batteries with a groundbreaking built-in lithium-ion battery technology. And because it’s a Phonak, you can always be assured of superior hearing performance.  Call us and come in for a demo- 0207 486 1053

Sleep PlugsAlways use custom-made ear plugs for snoring, swimming, loud music or noise to avoid painful damage.  Ear, Nose & Throat Consultant, Mr Michael Wareing recommends them in this article from the Daily Mail showing the dangers of putting things in your ears, the trauma of sorting out the problem and the speed of microsuction.  

Prevention is always better, and less painful, than the cure.  Call Harley Street Hearing and Musicians Hearing Services for our next available appointment for custom-made earplugs and/or microsuction.  We can normally see you within 24 hours.

How earplugs could wreck your ears

Paul Checkley & Matthew Allsop at RSCPaul Checkley and Matthew Allsop were delighted to take part in an Ear and Technology Study Day, at the Royal College of Surgeons, on Saturday.  They presented a workshop for the extended wear, totally invisible hearing aid ‘Lyric’; which included live demonstrations of the Lyric’s fitting procedure.  Ear, Nose, and Throat Consultants, and Audiologists, from all over the country attended.  The day’s topics included the latest in hearing technology, balance equipment and surgical instruments.

health-hub-outside-part-versionHarley Street Hearing and Musicians Hearing Services bring hearing expertise to Herne Hill.  We now have a clinic located at the Health Hub, 282 Milkwood Road.

An introductory offer of a FREE hearing test is available for local residents who have hearing concerns.  And for anyone whose current hearing aids are not working well, our experienced audiologists can fine-tune and optimise their settings.

For full details click here

 

 

half_a_sixpenceThis amazing award-winning musical has been extended till September this year. We’re proud to be supplying the casts’ custom-made musicians earplugs and testing their hearing.

This production is a completely fresh adaptation which reunites book-writer Julian Fellowes (Oscar-winning screenwriter and creator of Downton Abbey) with George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, the musical team that co-creator Cameron Mackintosh first put together to create the hit stage adaptation of Mary Poppins with Disney.

For more details click here 

129 Harley StreetPATIENT SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Patient Services Representative to join our busy Harley Street practice.

We are looking for a dynamic team member who has excellent communication skills and is able to confidently liaise with our clients. You will be assisting the smooth running of the bustling office and eager to assist with all activities.

The successful candidate will be well spoken with a professional telephone manner, smartly presented, have meticulous secretarial skills and excel in a customer services environment.

Hours: 37.5 hours

To join our team e-mail Harley Street Hearing at info@harleysthearing.co.uk with a copy of your CV.

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This new made-for-iPhone hearing aid is designed to deliver a high level of connectivity and sound.  With an intuitive swipe-function app, personalised sound programs, and multiple ways of connecting.

Other BEYOND highlights include:

  • A clean sound hearing aid rated by wearers as significantly better than others. Brilliant sound – even when streaming.
  • Up to 30% better speech understanding in wind with the SMARTWIND MANAGER™ that significantly reduces wind noise annoyance
  • Better power consumption than many made-for-iPhone streaming hearing aids; with PowerSaver Plus™ technology, designed specifically for the demands of connectivity
  • Soft Level Noise Reduction that allows soft speech sounds to be heard, while reducing bothersome soft noises

Come into Harley Street Hearing now for a trial of this brand new product from Widex.

The first ever Hear Here social networking event for professionals with a hearing loss was held recently in London.  Brainchild of Jaspreet Bahra, Senior Audiologist at Harley Street Hearing.  Jaz explained “I realised many of our patients did not know anyone else in the capital who also had a hearing loss and I wanted to bring professionals together to share their experiences in a busy workplace with their common bond“.

hear-here-crowd-imageHear Here was held at Shearman & Sterling HQ on Thursday 17th November.

Actress Genevieve Barr & Harley Street Hearing client Warren Stapley shared their experiences to the captive crowd of over 90 attendees.

Paul Checkley, Clinical Director at Harley Street Hearing, said “We were genuinely blown away by the amount of people who came along, we’re so pleased we’ve brought together so many like-minded professional people for this bonding network.  We were overwhelmed by the feedback and this will definitely be a regular event “

A huge thank you to everyone who came along, as well as Warren Stapley and Shearman & Sterling for hosting the event, assistance from Action on Hearing Loss and BSL Signer Ezekwesiri Ani.

If you’re a professional working in London with a hearing loss and want to join the evolving Hear Here social network please contact us

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Welcome to HearSay, the latest newsletter from Harley Street Hearing and Musicians Hearing Services. Lots has been happening over the last few months and this is our way of keeping you in the picture.

Please click the image below to view the newsletter.

Harley Street Hearing Musicians Hearing Services HearSay Newsletter Autumn 2016

This short course is aimed at anyone who interacts with those with a hearing loss or are deaf, who wishes to have a deeper understanding of the issues they face and Deaf culture.

Participants of the short course will enable organisations to be better equipped to meet the needs of deaf people and people with a hearing loss.

It will also help you understand what access support this group of people may need.

The course will look at how deafness affects people in different ways by exploring real life examples, giving you an insight into Deaf culture, identity and sign language.

It uses videos to let you see people communicating, which will help you understand the different methods of communication in practice.

You’ll also learn about causes of deafness and assistive technologies that can help to provide equal access.
Launched by DCAL (Deafness, Cognition and Language) Research Centre, UCL (University College London) the course is entirely self-directed and online, so you can study at your own pace.  For full details on the course and how to sign up please click here

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Harley Street Hearing is keen to help people with a hearing impairment’s enjoyment of music.  Mr Paul Checkley, Clinical Director at HSH, is on the the advisory panel for the ‘Hearing Aids for Music’ project (based at the University of Leeds) which is currently exploring how hearing loss and the use of hearing aid technology affects musical experiences. The team have just launched an online survey and are looking to recruit as many hearing aid users as possible to take part. The survey takes around 30 minutes to complete and asks you about your hearing, hearing aids, levels of musical training, and experiences of listening in different settings . If you are a hearing aid user, please click here to complete the survey. For more details about the research please watch the video please click here 

 University of Leeds project

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