How I cope with depression and hearing loss

Shanna Groves shares her experiences of living with clinical depression and hearing loss.

How to convince older relatives they should check hearing

Many older Australians are in denial about their h...

What does the NDIS mean for people with hearing loss?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is rolling out across the country by 2020. Here’s what it means...

What you need to know about hearing loss and diabetes

It’s important for everyone to have their hearing checked regularly, but it’s particularly important if y...

How to do a hearing aid check

Hearing aids are electronic devices and sometimes they will breakdown. The sooner you discover problems, the quicker ...

5 life-changing reasons to stop hiding your hearing loss

It’s no secret that maintaining good hearing is important for living a happy and healthy life. Hearing loss can...

How to tell if you have a hearing loss

Healthy hearing is a big part of your life. From work to socialising, relaxing or enjoying entertainment and building...

Hearing loss care for veterans

Serving in the armed forces can impact health and wellbeing. Many suffer injuries that are invisible to those around ...

Communicating with someone who has a hearing loss

It can be difficult for people who have a hearing loss to communicate with those around them. Wearing a hearing aid w...

Why you can stop worrying about getting a hearing aid

More than half of Australians over 50 will put up with poor hearing, even if it means missing out on social situation...

Stay Hearing Fit

Exercise your ears! Even though you can’t reverse your hearing loss, there are a few simple tips to help m...

Living with war-induced hearing loss

With Anzac Day approaching this month we spend time with Vietnam veteran David. An Australian Hearing client, Da...

Anzac Day feature: Jack and Peggy, a true love story

Australian Hearing client Peggy Harman has a love story like no other.