Hidden Hearing Release Case Study of Kingston Branch Customer Online as Part of Their 'Switch On Life Again' Campaign

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Experts in private hearing healthcare, Hidden Hearing, have released a case study of customer Karen Evennett and how addressing her hearing problems changed her life.

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It’s early days but she’s already noticed an incredible improvement. Not only to her hearing but to her whole life. It has been switched on again.

Hidden Hearing is profiling the experiences of a selection of their customers as part of their recently launched ‘Switch Life on Again!’ campaign. The campaign will see the release of new case studies from people that have benefited from getting their hearing problems fixed.

The case studies will be displayed on http://www.hiddenhearing.co.uk/switchon, and one focuses on local Kingston resident Karen Evennett who confronted her worries about hearing loss head-on and has discovered the secret that has provided her with a better quality of life.

Karen, 51, works as a freelance journalist for women’s health titles and had noticed that at work and at home she was struggling to hear in conversations, and was becoming increasingly embarrassed at asking people to repeat themselves.

Karen said, “I used to ask people to stand on my right and speak-up which isn’t always practical, especially in busy work environments. So I’d nod and smile, however inappropriate it may have been.”

It was not until last year that Karen began to notice that the hearing in her left ear was getting worse, although it didn’t become apparent to her straight away. She couldn’t hear conversations properly or clearly hear the TV or radio, not only that but Karen realised her hearing was preventing her from performing properly at work functions.

It was then that she realised just how bad her hearing had become. All the enjoyment had gone from her work. In fact, her life was completely switched off. She didn’t gain much help from her GP but then she contacted Hidden Hearing who tested her hearing again, identified the loss and offered advice and support.

Karen has now been fitted with discreet, comfortable and light hearing aids. She is delighted with the results so far, saying “Everything has come into focus and is sharper now – a bit like wearing reading glasses, my hearing aids don’t change the way I hear, they simply turn-up the volume”
It’s early days but she’s already noticed an incredible improvement. Not only to her hearing but to her whole life. It has been switched on again.

With more than 40 years’ experience in treating hearing loss, Hidden Hearing is entrusted with the care of more than 100,000 people each year. The firm has 84 hearing centres across the UK, all catering for a range of needs and budgets. Specialising in hearing tests and hearing aids, the company also offer a variety of hearing aid accessories and in 2005, became the first dedicated hearing retailer to be recognised as an Investor in People.

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