COVID-19 Is Truly A Global Phenomenon

In recent months we have learnt from news reports and the medical community just how devastating the new coronavirus, COVID-19 can be, but rightly, many of us may be focused and concerned about how it impacts on us locally. At our three branches we have adapted to the new working environment as lockdown has eased….

Expert Guide To Invisible Hearing Aids: Overview, Advice & Top Brands

At South East Hearing Care Centres we’re proud to represent all the major global manufacturers of hearing aids. Each brand offers the choice of invisible hearing aids in their portfolios, but because each type offers different levels of technology and features, it can be confusing when you’re looking for your next hearing aid. To help…

A Beginner’s Guide To Ear Plugs For Hearing Protection

Ear plugs are an important element of promoting good ear health and protecting your hearing. We recommend custom made ear plugs for safety and ergonomic fit. The squashy over the counter type are only ever recommended as a temporary solution and should be treated with caution. Issues that can arise with soft, non-custom ear plugs…

Hearing Aids & Dementia: How They Help & The Best Aids To Choose

There have been several studies carried out in recent years to ascertain and confirm the link between untreated hearing loss and dementia. We all know there is a certain amount of cognitive decline as we get older. There are many resources available online for anyone who would like to learn more about this connection, including…

Learn The Best Ways to Care For & Clean Hearing Aids

Modern hearing aids really are marvels of technology and like all wonderful things, require some maintenance to maintain optimum performance. Repairs cannot only be expensive but down time without one, or both, of your hearing aids can be extremely frustrating. Surprisingly, the largest contributor to damage to hearing aids is ear wax which is slightly…

What Level Of Hearing Loss Requires A Hearing Aid?

There is no definitive answer to this often posed question. We have many examples of people with what appears to be very mild hearing loss, struggling to comprehend, when compared with more moderate hearing loss. A lot of these can be explained by the ability to process sound, which can be affected by cognitive ability,…

How Hearing Aids Help Tinnitus

Living with the condition tinnitus can be both a physically and mentally draining experience, meaning if you have it, you could benefit from support and in particular, hearing aids as a partial solution to the symptoms. Hearing aids can help mask the symptoms of tinnitus by reintroducing sounds at the frequencies which have been lost….

Why choose us for your Hearing Healthcare v NHS

Why Choose South East Hearing? We are well established and your premier independent, family run local hearing centre. Our commitment is to improving the standards of audiology by investing in the latest technology. We are executive members of the Association of Hearing Healthcare Professionals and all our centres are classed as Centres of Excellence. We…

Summer Hearing Health Tips for Your Hearing Aids and You

With summertime upon us and sunny days, warm weather, school holidays and lots of time spent outside, we look forward to time off, maybe to foreign lands. But, for those of us with hearing aids, summer can present its own set of problems What are the challenges with hearing aids in summer? Swimming If the…

Charity Mission to Kenyan School for the Deaf

South East Hearing Care Centres managing director Rob Davies recently returned from another charity mission to the Reverend Muhoro School for the Deaf in the heart of rural Kenya. About the school Situated in the remote district of Mukurewe-ini among the foothills of Mount Kenya at an elevation of 1695 metres, the secondary school is…

What our clients say

Two members of my family have just received excellent advice and treatment at the Chichester Centre.

My husband for ear plugs advice and my 12 year old son, who has been suffering with excessive ear wax building up for the past year or so and being told by GP that can do nothing except keep putting drops in.

Within 15 minutes he had his ears safely unblocked, using micro suction and washing, something the GP said was not available. My son is like a different child and can actually hear again.

Thank You!

Mr J Llewellyn – Chichester patient