Local team is hear to help

Lending an ear: The team at Advanced Hearing is made up of six friendly local women who are passionate about guiding each client towards the right hearing aid device for them and their needs.
Lending an ear: The team at Advanced Hearing is made up of six friendly local women who are passionate about guiding each client towards the right hearing aid device for them and their needs.

The introduction of a hearing aid device can be life-changing, not just for you but for your family as well.

That's why the team at Advanced Hearing is passionate about guiding each client towards the right hearing aid device for them and their needs.

Eimear O'Brien opened the clinic six years ago when she and her viticulturist husband built a house on his family farm.

"I spent some time working as an audiologist in a hearing clinic that was part of a big chain," Eimear said.

"It was there that I learned I wanted to be able to give clients any brand of hearing device based on their needs, rather than be limited by the range from the manufacturer I was working for."

"No such clinic existed in the South West, so I started it myself."

"We are not owned or affiliated with any hearing aid manufacturer meaning our clients receive completely unbiased advice when selecting their hearing aids."

Commencing in May, Advanced Hearing will be offering clients a free trial of two styles of today's most advanced hearing aid devices, BTE (behind the ear devices) and IIC (invisible in the canal) devices.

This is an obligatory free trial, with no upfront costs, commitments or risk.

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"The purpose of this campaign is to allow our clients to try the two different styles of hearing aids and allow them to make the decision of which aids suit them personally," Eimear said.

"We are on this road together and we believe in nurturing our relationships with our clients."

"We are independent and we are here for the whole, long-term journey to better hearing."

"Our regular community talks and open days allow us to meet a plethora of interesting individuals and really push our drive to educate the community on the effects that hearing loss can have on individuals as well as relationships and how easy the road can be when met with the right service and advice."

Advance Hearing is not only locally and privately owned, but it is also a member of Independent Audiologists Australia.

"We are all involved individually within the community in our different groups as well as the local private and public schools that our children attend," Eimear said.

"We also sponsor local community sporting groups such as the Busselton Bowling Club annually."

Bookings for a free hearing check, aid discussion and fittings can be made with the team of six friendly local women today.