Australian Hearing celebrates Veterans’ Heath Week

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Welcome to your October edition 

This month Australian Hearing celebrates Veterans’ Heath Week across the country. Between October 21 and 29 veterans, war widows, widowers, current and ex-Australian Defence Force members and their families are encouraged to improve and maintain the health and wellbeing of themselves and their friends. 

In this issue, we take a look at Australian Hearing’s history with veterans, catch up with one of our veterans, look at how to fix the most common hearing aids problems, and find out the winners of our Father’s Day competition.
Australian Hearing’s history with veterans

Australian Hearing’s long and important relationship with veterans dates back 70 years.

Veterans have been part of the Australian Hearing story since the beginning. Have a read of how the relationship started.
Find out more here
What you need to know about tinnitus and how to manage it 

Over the next four issues we are going to feature a series of articles on the frustrating and sometimes debilitating condition known as tinnitus. 

In this month’s issue we will fill you in on what is tinnitus and how to manage it.
Find out more here
How to fix common hearing aid problems 

Many issues people face with hearing aids can be easily fixed.

Follow our quick and easy guide which will walk you through the process of fixing some of the more commonly found problems. If you are still having trouble, don’t hesitate to contact your nearest Australian Hearing centre on 131 797 for assistance.
Find out more here
Harry Allie’s Amazing Story 

Royal Australian Air Force veteran Harry Allie’s hearing has made a comeback in his twilight years. When his hearing started to decline, Harry became very frustrated.

He had problems hearing high tones and pitches but was able to fix it with the help of hearing aids. He talks about his experiences in this video.
Watch video here
Post Fathers’ Day Story Winner

In last month’s issue we celebrated fathers and other male role models with a competition and are thrilled to not only announce the winner but share some of our favourite entries.

Five fathers (pictured) from Australian Hearing had the hard task of going through all the entries and deciding the winner. With the top five favourites selected, the winning Father’s Day Dadvice was from Keith Hateley from New South Wales.

Winner: The best advice my father gave to me was just before I got married and they went something like this:

“There are only two words that you need to know for a happy marriage and they are “YES DEAR”