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Sounds of Spring Open Week

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Sounds of Spring Open Week
Enjoy the sounds of spring


Reconnect with nature and enjoy its sounds during this beautiful time of year.

Birds singing, leaves rustling through the blossoming trees, buzzing bees flying around from one flower to another, a flowing stream and even spring showers are a few of the wonderful sounds you could be missing this season.

Spring into action

It’s all too easy to miss out on natures subtle sounds if you are experiencing hearing loss.

In addition to being able to hear the sounds of nature, our bespoke hearing solutions will alllow you to experience claity in speech.

So you can enjoy a gathering in the garden or a walk along the river with your loved ones.


Contact us to book one of our 100 FREE hearing assessments available HERE.

Open Week September 2019

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Open Week September 2019

Join us for our Open Week

9th to 13th September


Worcester & Stratford Hearing Centres are happy to announce our Open Week, offering 100 free full hearing assessments from 9thto 13th September..

Our state of the art hearing centres are of the highest standard practices in the country and we are giving people a chance to benefit from a free consultation with an audiologist worth £75 for anyone who is having any hearing difficulties or may need to see a hearing specialist.

Our practices boast custom made sound booths for performing detailed hearing tests including speech in nose testing and video otoscopy so you can view the inside of your ear.

Director of Audiology, Tom Dixon says “We have brought back our Open Week by popular demand for clients who feel family and friends would benefit from a full diagnostic hearing assessment. This is the perfect opportunity for any local people who have any hearing difficulties to come and see a team of highly qualified professionals who specialize in providing high standard expertise and care.”

The assessment will consist of a full evaluation of your hearing and ear health, you will be shown the inside of your ear on a video otoscope, pure tone audiogram will be performed to show the hearing thresholds and then a speech in noise test to establish a level of real world, effective hearing.

Worcester & Stratford Hearing Centres are the only consultant approved hearing centres in Worcestershire and Warwickshire respectively,  you can rest assured you are receiving the very highest standards of audiological and customer care.

To book one of our 100 free full hearing assessments, contact your nearest centre today.





Thank You For A Successful Hearing Show

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A busy but successful hearing aid and hearing loss exhibition

Thank you for making our Hearing Show a success!

The Worcester Hearing Show

A huge thank you to everybody that attended Worcester Hearing Centre’s third annual Hearing Show on 27th September. We are delighted to announce that the event was a complete success. The Cricket Club’s Graeme Hick suite was the perfect venue with a beautiful view of the pitch and the city’s Cathedral, providing a stunning backdrop to our third and biggest Hearing show in Worcester.

The attendees were welcomed with tea and coffee on arrival, before Oticon started the insightful presentations with an informative talk on the latest conversation in noise technology. After this we were treated to further educational talks from Widex & Phonak, the world’s leading Hearing Aid manufacturers.

Oticon presenting on the new Opn hearing aids

Our Lunch & Learn session provided refreshments along with an introduction to Worcester Hearing Centre from our Directors of Audiology Victoria Dixon and Thomas Dixon and a guest speech from our client and friend, professional rugby player Mat Gilbert. Paul Lamb, technical director for Starkey UK, gave an insightful conference about tinnitus and the latest iPhone-compatible hearing aid technology.

Starkey Hearing Aids Stand

To wrap up our event, we invited all of the hearing aid professionals for a Q&A Panel. A fantastic day which was enjoyed by both visitors and exhibitors – thank you to everybody who attended for making it such a success! If you weren’t able to make it to the show, don’t worry as we will be happy to help with any questions you may have about your hearing – call us now on 01905 617803.

Our yearly hearing aid exhibition is next month

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We cordially invite you to our third annual hearing aid and hearing loss exhibition

hearing aid exhibition

We are hosting the third annual hearing aid exhibition on Tuesday 27th of September 2016 at The Worcestershire County Cricket Club, New Road, Worcester, WR2 4QQ. It will be an opportunity to discuss the latest hearing aid technology with the people who make it.

Meet The Manufacturers

All of the biggest hearing aid manufacturers in the world will have a presence at the exhibition. Representatives from hearing aid brands like Widex, Phonak, Starkey and Oticon will be on hand to answer all of your questions on the day.

Take the opportunity to have your hearing tested on the day

Matt Gilbert

A Very Special Guest

Matt Gilbert will also speak on the day

Matt is the only deaf professional sportsman in England and wears Phonak Naida hearing aids. He will discuss his experiences as a young man with profound hearing loss. He will also discuss his experiences with Naida devices and the ancillary wireless devices that have changed his life.

Meet The Team and Ask Your Questions

We will also be undertaking hearing screenings on the day, so you can take the opportunity to have your hearing screened. Our own Audiologists will be on hand on the day to answer any of your questions.

Get Your Chance to win a £250 voucher of a hearing aid system

Worcester Hearing Centre host free pioneering hearing show

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Worcester Hearing Centre host free pioneering hearing show

Successful Hearing Show

The Worcester Hearing Show took place on Friday 3rd of October at the Guildhall, Worcester. Over 100 people attended the event which will be held annually. Anyone who suspects they have a hearing loss, if you wear or have worn hearing aids, if you have any questions about your hearing health or if you have a family member who is dealing with hearing loss and you want to understand more to be able to help them, then this show is a ‘must-attend’ event.

Experts from leading manufacturers introduced the very latest hearing innovations with interactive demonstrations and presentations whilst our own audiologists were on hand to answer any questions in a relaxed atmosphere. Ever wondered what the inside of your ear looks like? You were able to explore the inside of the ear, as an audiologist used a video otoscope to explain the workings of the ear to you.

The British Tinnitus Association and representatives from Hearing Dogs were also present and there was the chance to win a £250 Worcester Hearing Centre voucher as well as a £100 M&S voucher for those who pre-register for the day. Those attending will take home a goody bag with useful hearing information.

Look out for our next event and the Worcester Hearing Show next year, hosted by Worcester Hearing Centre.

Have a question or would like a hearing test, please contact us today to arrange this by calling 01905 617803.


Open Day Success: Many Tinnitus Discussions Took Place

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The Worcester Hearing Centre opened its doors specifically to people that are troubled with tinnitus last week. Centre manager, Thomas Dixon, Senior Audiologist Victoria Dixon and Trevor Bridge from Starkey Laboratories spent two days talking to their visitors about the various options on how to help them manage their tinnitus much better. Many are making further visits to the centre to take their course of treatment further.

Tom Dixon said, “It was wonderful to see so many people relieved and reassured that something could be done for them, a lot of people come to see me saying they have been told they have to learn to live with their tinnitus, which in itself can be very frustrating, now there will be more positive help available to these people.”.

Senior Hearing Aid Audiologist Victoria Dixon is pleased to announce that they will be able to offer their clients the new Starkey Hearing Technologies Tinnitus Multiflex hearing aid and Tinnitus management instruments. Victoria said “the new products will enable us to give a more effective treatment to clients that are troubled by the noise of their tinnitus”.

Being able to use the latest technology will create a customized and comforting sound stimulus that can be fine-tuned to sooth the unique irritating sounds that are often heard, by masking or covering over the tinnitus. In turn, this will often reduce the loudness of the tinnitus and take the sufferers mind off it so they can enjoy their life. There is a unique SoundPoint system that enables the client to actively take part in customizing the masking sound the instruments play, giving them control over how the instruments works for a truly personalised system. Tinnitus is often a side effect of a person’s hearing deteriorating over time, thus hearing loss and tinnitus frequently need joint attention. Our new technology actually does that in a very effective way.

During the two open days, a prize draw was one of the highlights for all the visitors. Nancy and Roy Dyson, from Worcester, had their names drawn first out of the box and they won a meal for two at the Olive Branch Restaurant in Worcester. Tea and cakes were served all day to the visitors, many of whom took the opportunity of seeing first hand some of the new technology that the Worcester Hearing Centre has had to offer, demonstrated by Trevor Bridge of Starkey Laboratories.

Along with new technology, Worcester Hearing Centre is hoping to set up a Tinnitus self-help group, and offer a counselling service run by an expert in cognitive behavioural therapy. This will sit side by side with the new Tinnitus devices that are now available.
Victoria concluded by saying:

“We had a wonderful two days and hope that we can help many people currently and in the future manage their tinnitus now this new technology is available. Protecting your hearing is another course of action to stop tinnitus being triggered by loud noises, and we now have a noise protection expert in the centre who is on hand to give advice”.

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