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Flooding Update - We are here to help you stay connected

Updated 10/05/2022

Impacted Clinic Updates: 


300+ Covid-Safe locations across Australia

We take your health very seriously and we are following every precaution to ensure that we maintain a clean, safe and sterile environment for you. 

In accordance to the latest Australian Government Department of Health advice and Audiology Australia, our clinics are taking the following measures.

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  • Strict measures to continue with the right sanitisation and hygiene procedures 
  • Adhering to social distancing with 1.5 metres between our team and other clients
  • Minimising contact with our audiologists
  • Face masks for both our team and customers
  • Wearing gloves and facemasks during appointments and clinic visits
  • Partitioned front desk with plastic shields where possible
  • Encouraging you to use the Hearing Care Support Hotline where possible
  • Utilise our online content (see below) to support your regular cleaning and maintenance routines

Hearing Aid Care at home

Cleaning Your Hearing Aids

It’s important to take care of and clean your hearing aids to help minimise any potential problems you may experience with everyday use.

Follow these cleaning guides for:

Changing Your Batteries

Many of hearing aids require batteries of various sizes to get the most out of your hearing aid. 

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Hearing Aid Maintenance Tips

Regular cleaning and maintenance can extend the life of your hearing aids, ensuring you are capturing all the sounds of life every single day.

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