Jenny Fisher

Top tips to hear better in winter!

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It’s officially winter in the southern hemisphere… Are you prepared? Oticon has put together their top tips for surviving winter with hearing loss. Read on for your fool proof guide to winter with hearing aids. Keep your hearing devices dry Oticon hearing aids have a high level of water resistance with their nano coating, however it’s important to remember that they are electronic devi ...[Read More]

How to choose the best hearing aid for you?

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With so many choices of styles and models available, many people ask “how do I choose the best hearing aid?” Bruce Allen of Hear-Clear Australia says “We believe in making sure that every person takes account of these five factors when thinking about choosing their hearing aid. It can be overwhelming so it’s a good idea to talk these through with your hearing professional.” 1. Hearing Loss is the ...[Read More]

The No-Fuss Rechargeable Hearing Aid

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Hearing aid technology just got a whole lot better with the introduction of rechargeable hearing aids. Hear-Clear Australia is accredited to supply and fit the new Siemens Cellion Primax Hearing Aid with revolutionary battery free operation. Why would I buy a rechargeable hearing aid? Katie Rahman of Hear-Clear Australia says “Our clients just love the newer discrete and practically invisible hear ...[Read More]

The new, affordable and feature packed hearing aid

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Hear-Clear Australia is excited to offer a feature-packed, robust and elegant hearing aid at an affordable price. It may be a cheap price but it isn’t cheap quality. The Orion 2 which is manufactured by Siemens, is ergonomically designed for a comfortable fit. So small and discrete, it is barely visible when worn. But it is rugged, as the nanocoat protects it from moisture and dirt. Its auto ...[Read More]

Will you miss out at Christmas?

Giving the gift of hearing

Christmas and the Festive Season is a time of socialising and connecting with friends and family. Whether you are spending time with a few people or in a large noisy group, you won’t feel left out if you can hear well. The team at Hear-Clear Australia know how important it is to be able to hear your loved ones especially your grandchildren when they talk to you, to understand the conversation when ...[Read More]

Oticon Opn Helps People Hear Better

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Katie Rahman and Bruce Allen of Hear-Clear Australia recently attended a hearing care conference, with only 60 other leading hearing care professionals to gain a deeper level of understanding and received training on Oticon’s newest and most advanced hearing aid – the Opn™. Katie and Bruce are two of the first hearing care professionals in Australia to offer Oticon Opn, a revolutionary new hearing ...[Read More]

Hearing Awareness Week 2016

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FREE Hearing Seminar Thursday 25 August at 11am “Rediscover the joy of hearing” Sounds evoke memories and emotions. Research has shown that the part of the brain responsible for our senses is also responsible for storing memories. Bruce Allen of Hear Clear Australia fondly recalls as a young child falling asleep to the distant sound of steam trains chugging up the ridge between Como and Sutherland ...[Read More]

Introducing the Linx– A Smart Hearing Aid

iPhone, apple watch and Linx hearing aids

Making hearing aids so small, they are practically invisible has meant manufacturers now need to find ways for you to easily change the settings. While some manufacturers have designed small hand-held remotes, GN Resound has created a hearing aid that can be adjusted by using a program on your iPhone, Apple watch, iPad or iPod. Now that is a Smart Hearing Aid and it is called a Linx. By linking th ...[Read More]

5 tips to keep your hearing aid working

Cleaning hearing aid with special brush

You know how frustrating it is when your hearing aid doesn’t work, especially when you need it most. The really good news is Hear Clear Australia has some simple tips for you. 1. Clean them often Wax is nature’s way of removing debris from your ear, but it clogs up the hearing aid’s mechanisms. At least once a week, gently remove wax from the ear piece with your hearing aid’s cleaning brush. 2. Ch ...[Read More]

Are you “hearing-ready” for Christmas?

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The Festive Season is fast approaching and as we get busier, the “to-do” lists get longer. Have you remembered to put “get my hearing aids checked” on your list? Christmas is a time of socialising, singing and connecting with friends and family. Whether you are spending time in small intimate settings or large noisy groups, having your hearing aids working will take some of the stress out of the s ...[Read More]