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Maria Brown started her clinic, the Maria Brown Hearing Clinic, 14 years ago in Hobart, Tasmania with the help of her family. She is a qualified Audiometrist with 20+ years of industry experience passionate about helping Tasmanians reconnect with their families.   1. It's okay to say no! But it is not okay to ignore the fact that you have a hearing loss. It does hurt the people around you and your family do get upset because you won't talk to them anymore. You don’t talk to them because you can't hear them! This is a vicious cycle. We all have to recognise what issues...

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Maria Brown started her clinic, Maria Brown Hearing Clinic, 14 years ago in Hobart, Tasmania with the help of her family. She is a qualified Audiometrist with 20+ years of industry experience passionate about helping Tasmanians reconnect with their families. At this point in time, we have 26% of people that have recognised they have a hearing loss and have found a solution. 74% of people with a hearing loss have chosen through stories of all descriptions that they will not do anything. "If you can't see you get glasses, but if you can’t hear, why won’t you get hearing aids?...

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In this article today, our audiologist Nicholas Ng will be answering some of your top questions about hearing care and services. But first, we'll introduce you to him: Nick has been with us for 3 years now and shares our passion for delivering you the highest quality care. He holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons), Masters of Clinical Audiology, and is a full Member of Audiology Australia with a Certificate of Clinical Practice—he certainly knows what he's talking about when it comes to hearing!  How and why did you study audiology? "Before I studied audiology, I was in the field...

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You’ve finally made the decision to purchase your first set of hearing aids. Congratulations! You’re starting to hear your friends and family again, asking people to repeat themselves less and less, and you’re starting to feel happier and more social. Everything is great until suddenly your new-found hearing is reduced: you’ve got a clogged hearing aid. Keeping your hearing aids clean and sanitary will provide you with years of reliable hearing and protect your investment. How you clean them depends on what type of hearing aid they are, so we’ve listed quick walkthroughs for each of the main types.  First,...

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Improving the ability to hear is a miracle that modern technology has allowed us to achieve. So, why should you get a hearing aid? What could such a cost offer to make it worth the outlay? There are many ways hearing aids can improve the lives of those with a hearing loss. Here are our top 6: 1. Hear the TV & music again – stop turning up the volume One of the most common ways hearing loss affects people is in their consumption of media. Turning up the television, and having it at an unbearable volume for people of normal hearing,...

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