Music to Fred’s ears

Fundraising quest Fred Ball, a sound engineer in Horsham, had suffered with hearing loss for several years and was failing to get by with NHS hearing aids. Subsequently his job, mixing live sound, was becoming harder for him, to the point where he thought he would have to take a step back from what he…

6 Positive Steps to Living with Deafness

Ten million – that’s the approximate number of people in the UK today who are living with some form of deafness. It’s a lot of people! For the one in seven of us affected, it can be challenging, to say the least. And it doesn’t help that those with unimpaired hearing so often lack any…

NEW – online hearing test

Not hearing as well lately? South East Hearing Care Centres have devised a simple online hearing test, which only takes a few minutes to complete. This simple online questionnaire will give you a good indication of how well you are hearing and whether you would benefit from a professional hearing test. Why not take the…

5 Ear Problems that Cause Lack of Balance

It can be extremely disconcerting to feel unbalanced and dizzy. If you suffer from these symptoms, then it’s a strong indication that there’s something amiss in your inner ear. Here we look at five common ear problems that are associated with lack of balance and the best ways to combat them. 1. Hearing Loss Hearing…

Technology to help with Profound Deafness

As a profoundly deaf person, attempting to communicate in a hearing world can be both daunting and challenging. Yet in an age of rapid technological advancement, there are an increasing range of easily accessible aids and solutions to help make day-to-day life easier. The problem is that there is often a real lack of awareness…

Free online videos help people adapt to wearing hearing aids

People who wear hearing aids can get help in using them more effectively, thanks to a new series of online videos developed by UK scientists and researchers. The C2Hear Online healthcare tool is freely available online and offers 10 bite-sized interactive multimedia presentations with instructions, information and animation. It also offers advice and encouragement from…

Remember, remember, the 5th November!

Fireworks and hearing protection Bonfire night will shortly be upon us and as exciting as this night can be, with exploding rockets and sizzling sparklers, take a moment to think about the impact this noisy festival can have on your hearing and your child’s. Did you know that fireworks can reach up to 130dB in…

Everything you need to know about Tinnitus

It is estimated that around six million people – that’s about one in ten of the population – are affected by the ear condition, tinnitus. And, for as many as 600,000 of those sufferers, the symptoms can be so severe that it can seriously impact on quality of life. What’s more, as many as a…

10 Tips on how to Care for your Ears Properly

It’s easy to take our ears for granted, but give them plenty of TLC and they’ll certainly thank you for it. So how do ears work? If you weren’t paying attention during school biology lessons, here’s a brief explanation. When sound waves enter the ear canal, they vibrate the eardrum, the tympanic membrane. Located behind…

What our clients say

A very thorough examination, and my appointments dealt with on time, and a very good informational feature pictures of the inner ears on screen. I would recommend this hearing centre. Finally the fees charged are in my view very reasonable.

Eric Pieri