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Smile Magazine Issue #12

11/10/2017

Read the latest edition of Smile Magazine. Ashley's fight for inclusion - being the only signing Deaf person in the small town of Crystal Brook; Auslan /  English Interpreting career; Fussy eating - Top 10 mealtime tips to support your family; Paediatric Hearing Aid Fitt...

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Hearing Awareness Week

22/08/2017

4 million Australians are Hard of Hearing or Deaf! Hearing Awareness Week focuses on the fragility of hearing health and ways to protect it.  The Week begins Sunday 20 August  2017. It aims to eliminate the stigma, isolation, lack of work opportunities, and the associated health ...

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Proud to be different

14/06/2017

With so many hearing providers out there now days, it is hard to know who to trust. Can:Do Hearing is proud to be very different to other hearing service providers. This is why:   Independent: As a South Australian independent clinic, we are not aligned with any hearing aid manufacture...

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FREE 2 week hearing aid trial*

09/06/2017

Don’t spend another day without your favourite sound! Try the newest premium aid technology courtesy of Unitron (www.unitron.com) and Can:Do Hearing.  Our Audiologist will program the aids specifically for you, matching your most recent hearing test results.  This is your chanc...

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Our Points of Difference

07/02/2017

As an independent clinic, Can:Do Hearing is not aligned with any hearing aid manufacturer and offers South Australia’s largest range of hearing aids. You can be assured we will have the right hearing care solution for your patients. Our clinicians do not receive commissions meaning you...

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It’s Tinnitus Awareness Week!

06/02/2017

This week marks International Tinnitus Awareness Week, which runs from 6-12 February, with the theme ‘Together for Tinnitus’ which is intended to generate discussion about tinnitus. To celebrate, we will be launching our new Tinnitus SA website at tinnitussa.com.au at the end of th...

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Product Recall

10/01/2017

Can:Do Hearing has been informed of a voluntary product recall by Sonova Australia, lodged with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). This recall affects the power supply chargers with Australian adaptor supplied from 1st October 2011 to 31st July 2014. See image and mo...

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Do you have any questions about your hearing?

23/09/2016

Hearing Awareness Week was held in late August, highlighting the challenges faced by people with hearing loss. Hearing Awareness Week is part of a campaign for greater recognition and awareness for hearing loss within our communities. Hearing loss in Australia is predominately mild; however...

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10,000 Customers & Counting!

08/08/2016

We are happy and proud to announce a major milestone today: Can:Do Hearing officially registered our 10,0000th customer! To celebrate, we planned a special surprise for our milestone client – lovely little Harper Saunders – who walked in with her mum to a big Can:Do welcome at our ...

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Open Day August 2016

21/07/2016

Can:Do Hearing has announced it's next Open Day for 2016!   In August, Can:Do Hearing will offer our clients the chance to trial the newest premium hearing aid technology courtesy of ReSound. Our audiologist will program the aids specifically for you, matching your most recent hearin...

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Does my child need a hearing test?

11/06/2015

It can be very tricky to tell if a baby is having trouble hearing. A baby’s hearing will be fully mature by the end of their first month of life. From birth your baby should pay close attention to voices, especially high pitched ones and should respond to familiar sounds such as a parent&rs...

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Auditory Processing Disorder Explained

11/06/2015

What is Auditory Processing Disorder? (APD) Auditory Processing refers to ‘what we do with what we hear’. Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) refers to an inability to make optimal use of what we hear and affects 3% -5% of the population – about one child in every classroom. ...

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