These small hearing aids sit hidden in your ear and take advantage of the way your ears are naturally designed to gather sound and funnel it into your ear canals. They are all custom-moulded especially to fit you, and sit well out of the way of glasses, headgear and clothes – making them ideal for active people.
There are no switches or buttons to control on IIC hearing aids. They automatically adapt to changing environments, so you can forget all about them. And because we’ve reduced the size of the technical components in our IIC and CIC (completely-in-the-canal) hearing aids, they can fit in smaller ear canals than ever before. Now more people can enjoy the ultimate discreet look. (more…)
How to deal with hearing loss in workplaces?
With diverse workplaces, roles and requirements the situations might be challenging. Despite that, good hearing aids can solve most of the problems caused by hearing loss at work. However, these tips might be just the inspiration you need to make life easier in particular circumstances. (more…)
"My job involves working with a wide range of people, ranging from as young as infants to the elderly. It can be very challenging to determine the use of different testing strategies for different groups of patients, especially in pediatric populations. Yet, it is fulfilling when you manage to build rapport with them and help them in managing their hearing problem with a proper rehabilitation plan.
At Hearing Partners, we work closely with the patient as well as their family members in understanding their hearing loss, and guide them with the proper options of amplification. It's very satisfying to see your patient being able to hear well and perform better in their work and daily life. It is rewarding because with hearing aids. you've helped to improve their quality of life!"
(Siau Ying is currently an audiologist at Hearing Partners Lucky Plaza and Farrer Park Clinic) (more…)