The words 'For You' are the most important. Not only are no two hearing losses exactly the same, but individual demands on similar hearing losses can be very different. The best and simplest thing to do is to write yourself a “shopping list.” Note down the situations in which you notice difficulty hearing (or others have noticed a problem with your hearing). For example:
- I cannot hear the TV at a volume others can tolerate
- I cannot hear my grandchildren when they are in the back seat of the car
- I cannot hear my family when they call me on the phone etc
Not only do these help you frame your problem, but they also become very valuable “check lists” for monitoring the effectiveness of any suggested solution, including hearing aids. It helps to put you and the audiologist on the same page. The team at Audiology Associates are happy to help with all your hearing needs.
Hi Neighbours, If the long-distance bus terminal moves out of Sky City's complex, ratepayers will probably foot the bill. Ngāti Whātua opposes AT's plan to put it on their land. See below what it would look like, but should it stay where it is ?
Rain has been predicted, to mitigate flooding we would recommend clearing down pipes, gutters and channel drains of leaves and debris.
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