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The Shard – new hearing clinic london

HCA The Shard

Shard-Harley Street HearingWe are very pleased to be working with HCA Healthcare offering audiology services at London’s newest high-tech medical facility, The Shard – London’s most iconic 21st century landmark.

For your convenience we can now offer a new location for all our patients, in addition to Harley Street and North London.   Visit us for all your hearing needs including hearing assessments, invisible hearing aids, hearing protection and we work alongside some of London’s leading ENT specialists.

This new London hearing clinic is brought to you by the Harley Street Hearing group; our highly trained hearing healthcare professionals will be delighted to help you.  We’re right next to London Bridge station, located on the 6th floor.

To suit your schedule we are open 8am – 8pm Monday to Friday.

To book an appointment at The Shard, 32 London Bridge St, London SE1 9SG call us now on 020 7486 1053.  



CROS hearing aid brings Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star to tears.

Kathryn Edwards“I had no idea I was missing so much.”

Read Kathryn Edwards story – although completely deaf in one ear for the past 18 years now she has the CROS hearing aid which picks up sounds from deaf side and sends them to her hearing ear. No longer is she in the dark when someone is talking to her sitting next on her deaf side.

Kathryn stars on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.  See her story here:-

“First and foremost, my ear doctor’s appointment for my hearing aid. I want to clarify with everyone who might have questions about this device…I am still completely deaf in my right ear. The device is called The Phonak CROS. It picks up sound on my deaf side and transmits the sound to the ear I can hear with. So now, when someone sits on the right side (my deaf ear) and talks, I can hear them.
Also, it magnifies the sound of everything, making it as close to what a person with normal hearing would hear.
As you saw in the episode, it brought me to tears. I had no idea I was missing so much. I have been deaf in one ear for 18 years now, and I have missed a lot of conversations because I simply couldn’t hear. I was so surprised by all the little things I was missing.
I had no idea that I was talking loudly. Losing the sound in one ear is a monumental change…so many things adjust when getting used to being deaf and adjusting the volume of my voice was a change I couldn’t gage until I got the Phonak.
By no means does this mimic what it’s like to hear in stereo, with two ears, but it is still a game changer for me. I feel so blessed that this was an option and I was able to get the Phonak aid.
My biggest hurdle now is remembering to wear it every day. There are days that I want to hear without assistance on my good ear, so I choose not to wear it, but I think I will change that habit, because I want to get used to them completely.
I am so happy to share this with everyone, so hopefully this can help someone else.”




Kinky Boots Hearing Advice

Kinky Boots-LON_Portrait_LOGO_STRAPLINEWe’re delighted to be offering hearing advice and support to Olivier award-winning Kinky Boots the musical, now at the Adelphi Theatre.

With songs by Grammy® and Tony® winning pop icon Cyndi Lauper, this joyous musical celebration is about the friendships we discover, and the belief that you can change the world when you change your mind.

Kinky Boots takes you from the factory floor to the glamorous catwalks of Milan. Charlie Price, played by Killian Donnelly (Memphis, The Commitments, Billy Elliot, The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables), is struggling to live up to his father’s expectations and continue the family business of Price & Son. With the shoe factory’s future hanging in the balance, help arrives in the unlikely but spectacular form of Lola, played by Matt Henry (Avenue Q, Saturday Night Fever, Miss Saigon), a fabulous performer in need of some sturdy new stilettos.


For details of the show click here

Guys & Dolls hearing on top form

Guys & Dolls PosterMusicians at The Pheonix Theatre have been visiting us to have their hearing checked.

Guys & Dolls has been joined by Award-winning actor Rebel Wilson only at the Phoenix Theatre to play the part of Miss Adelaide from Tuesday 28 June until Sunday 21 August 2016.

Guys And Dolls, the classic stage musical from Frank Loesser, Joe Sweling and Abe Burrows remains in the West End in 2016, continuing to offer unbeatable opportunities for its fans to revisit the iconic story.  Having already wowed audiences at the Savoy Theatre it is now showing at the Phoenix Theatre.


Musicians Hearing Health Scheme

Help Musicians Play On square logoThis scheme gives all professional musicians in the UK affordable access to specialist hearing assessments and hearing protection,for a one-off fee of £40 (£30 for MU members).

Brought to you in partnership with Help Musicians UK, Musicians Hearing Services and the Musicians’ Union, to create the Musicians Hearing Health Scheme.  For further info and how to apply click here


Wicked hearing advice

Celebrating it’s 10th birthWICKED_Silk2016_Square logoday this year Wicked has been hailed as “One of the greatest musicals of our time”.  Harley Street Hearing & Musicians Hearing Services have been providing hearing advice and support to the cast & crew.  If you think you know the Wicked Witch of the West, think again…  to see more information about Wicked – The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz click here

Motown the Musical – Hear the Real Soul

Motown the musicalHarley Street Hearing & Musicians Hearing Services has been testing the crew’s hearing for the West End show now on at The Shaftesbury Theatre.

MOTOWN THE MUSICAL follows the legendary career of Berry Gordy and the creation of his musical empire, Motown Records.  The show  tells the thrilling tale of the man who broke barriers and fought against the odds to define the sound of a generation – complete with the ups and downs of the personal relationships, the professional struggles, and – of course – the music that made history. Discover the story behind the beat that changed minds, touched lives and took the world by storm.  MOTOWN THE MUSICAL shows how one label and its roster of legendary artists created the soundtrack that transformed America and gave the world a new musical vocabulary – the Motown Sound. With over 40 classic songs such as “My Girl”, “Stop! In The Name of Love”, “Dancing in the Street”, “I Heard It Through The Grapevine” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”, this explosive event is the next chapter of Motown’s incredible history – and an experience you’ll never forget.  For further information on the show click here


Channel 5’s Undercover hearing testing advice



Harley Street Hearing helps Paul Connolly investigate the world of hearing testing fraud in the UK.  Our Clinical Director, Paul Checkley, discussed correct hearing test practice, and Senior Audiologist, Jaspreet Bahra, tested Paul Connolly to show how hearing testing should be carried out.

You can view our appearance on Channel 5’s UNDERCOVER: Nailing the Fraudsters below:

Hearing Aids for Music project – volunteers needed

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 

 University of Leeds project

Hearing Loss Awareness on-line course

This short course is aimed at anyone who interacts with those with a hearing loss or are deaf, who wishes to have a deeper understanding of the issues they face and Deaf culture.

Participants of the short course will enable organisations to be better equipped to meet the needs of deaf people and people with a hearing loss.

It will also help you understand what access support this group of people may need.

The course will look at how deafness affects people in different ways by exploring real life examples, giving you an insight into Deaf culture, identity and sign language.

It uses videos to let you see people communicating, which will help you understand the different methods of communication in practice.

You’ll also learn about causes of deafness and assistive technologies that can help to provide equal access.
Launched by DCAL (Deafness, Cognition and Language) Research Centre, UCL (University College London) the course is entirely self-directed and online, so you can study at your own pace.  For full details on the course and how to sign up please click here