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Education on hearing loss

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What is hearing loss and how is it treated?

UK Hearing Care are passionate about educating their customers and they have shown that, by clearly and simply explaining the issues that matter, hearing outcomes are dramatically improved.

To understand more about hearing loss, the options and solutions available to you, it is recommended that you read this comprehensive free 36-page Hearing Advice Guide. It is full of helpful advice and useful information that you will want to refer to again and again.

Qualified hearing aid audiologists

UK Hearing Care is commitment to education and this extends to their audiologists, whether they join freshly graduated or with bags of experience, they all go through an extensive 3-month induction training program before becoming an approved UK Hearing Care professional.

Firstly, they learn about the UK Hearing Care and their ethical approach and ethos, before undertaking an intensive clinical and technical course. Next they are taught to administer the comprehensive hearing assessments with specific, in-depth technical training on a complete range of assessment equipment and software. The training program concludes with detailed work on fitting assessments and a course on effective communication.

After lots of practice, they are finally able to use their newly acquired skills and knowledge to accurately interpret assessment results and make decisions about the best hearing solution to help you.

This ensures that they can fully explain to you everything you need to know in order to make an informed choice about your hearing care.

All of UK Hearing Cares audiologists are Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered and fully qualified. Undergraduate students are also supported to ensure that they can work with the very best of the next generation.

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