No matter the age, hearing loss is debilitating. And is one of the most common chronic disabilities in the world – often considered a hidden or invisible disability. But even for those with hearing aids, it continues to negatively affect social interaction and relationships, primarily through its impact on communication.
One in six of the UK population is hearing-impaired. Hearing amid and managing the noise is a significant problem for most. What is the relevant sound? Trying to hear is tiring, but while reducing the noise decreases fatigue, without the proper support or technology, some hearing aid users withdraw from social situations or suffer from emotional distress. Research also shows that it increases the risk of loneliness. But Conversor is changing this.
And every now and then, a customer will remind the team why they truly love what they do, and how they’re making a difference. One very special moment like this one:
As valued customers continue to demonstrate, the right technology is the answer to better hearing. While hearing aid technology allows users to choose among settings and filters to distinguish the source of sound and quieten distractions, Conversor’s ALDs take hearing aids to the next level.
Noisy dinner table? A chaotic film night with the kids? Conversor HD – equipped with a noise-cancelling remote microphone – isolates key dialogue. Designed to increase the effectiveness of hearing aids and cochlear implants, it makes a key difference in alleviating the daily grind of hearing-impaired patients, making hearing easier. Paired with its companion SCRIPT, the hearing impaired can tune in to the audios that matter – allowing them to listen with sounds and words. Resulting in better hearing, with subtitles.
And with 20% off until the end of June, there’s never been a better time for those suffering with hearing loss to take the next step in their hearing journey.