Welcome to HearSay, the latest newsletter from Harley Street Hearing and Musicians Hearing Services. Lots has been happening over the last few months and this is our way of keeping you in the picture.
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Harley Street Hearing is keen to help people with a hearing impairment’s enjoyment of music. Mr Paul Checkley, Clinical Director at HSH, is on the the advisory panel for the ‘Hearing Aids for Music’ project (based at the University of Leeds) which is currently exploring how hearing loss and the use of hearing aid technology affects musical experiences. The team have just launched an online survey and are looking to recruit as many hearing aid users as possible to take part. The survey takes around 30 minutes to complete and asks you about your hearing, hearing aids, levels of musical training, and experiences of listening in different settings . If you are a hearing aid user, please click here to complete the survey. For more details about the research please watch the video please click here
The first ever Hear Here social networking event for professionals with a hearing loss was held recently in London. Brainchild of Jaspreet Bahra, Senior Audiologist at Harley Street Hearing. Jaz explained “I realised many of our patients did not know anyone else in the capital who also had a hearing loss and I wanted to bring professionals together to share their experiences in a busy workplace with their common bond“.
Hear Here was held at Shearman & Sterling HQ on Thursday 17th November.
Actress Genevieve Barr & Harley Street Hearing client Warren Stapley shared their experiences to the captive crowd of over 90 attendees.
Paul Checkley, Clinical Director at Harley Street Hearing, said “We were genuinely blown away by the amount of people who came along, we’re so pleased we’ve brought together so many like-minded professional people for this bonding network. We were overwhelmed by the feedback and this will definitely be a regular event “
A huge thank you to everyone who came along, as well as Warren Stapley and Shearman & Sterling for hosting the event, assistance from Action on Hearing Loss and BSL Signer Ezekwesiri Ani.
If you’re a professional working in London with a hearing loss and want to join the evolving Hear Here social network please contact us
Paul Checkley and Matthew Allsop were delighted to take part in an Ear and Technology Study Day, at the Royal College of Surgeons, on Saturday. They presented a workshop for the extended wear, totally invisible hearing aid ‘Lyric’; which included live demonstrations of the Lyric’s fitting procedure. Ear, Nose, and Throat Consultants, and Audiologists, from all over the country attended. The day’s topics included the latest in hearing technology, balance equipment and surgical instruments.