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A Visit to the Audiologist – Your experiences and tips

#hearinglosshour

 

#HearingLossHour is a Twitter hour dedicated to talking about living with hearing loss. It takes place between 1pm and 2pm (GMT) on the first Wednesday of the month. It is hosted by Hearing Like Me blogger, Angie Aspinall and it’s supported by Phonak. Each month, there’s a different topic for the hour. October’s #HearingLossHour focused on ‘A Visit to the Audiologist’.

There were over 250 tweets in the hour and many useful tips were shared. Phonak audiologist, Anna was on hand to answer questions.

During the hour, the following questions were posted:
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Phonak hEARo, Angie is a freelance journalist, copywriter, website designer and social media consultant. (www.aspinallink.co.uk) She lives in Scotland with her husband Richard, and their Westie, Tilly. Angie was diagnosed with Otosclerosis in her right ear at the age of 30. In 2011, she suffered sudden profound hearing loss in her left ear. She now uses a Phonak CROS II with a Phonak Audéo V hearing aid. You can follow Angie’s international discussion group #HearingLossHour on Twitter @hearinglosshour.
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Phonak hEARo, Angie is a freelance journalist, copywriter, website designer and social media consultant. (www.aspinallink.co.uk) She lives in Scotland with her husband Richard, and their Westie, Tilly. Angie was diagnosed with Otosclerosis in her right ear at the age of 30. In 2011, she suffered sudden profound hearing loss in her left ear. She now uses a Phonak CROS II with a Phonak Audéo V hearing aid. You can follow Angie’s international discussion group #HearingLossHour on Twitter @hearinglosshour.