World Hearing Day 2021
Freedom Hearing supports the World Health Organisation’s call for action to address hearing loss across the life course with regular hearing tests.
World Hearing Day is celebrated on 3 March every year and this year, the theme is: Hearing Care for ALL! Screen. Rehabilitate. Communicate.
Hearing loss impacts more people than just the hearing-impaired. As hearing is integral to connecting and communicating, hearing loss touches the lives of families and friends. And because communication and good hearing are important at all stages of life, it’s important to always prioritise your hearing health.
Hearing loss and related ear diseases can be avoided through preventative actions such as: protection against loud sounds; good ear care practices and immunisation.
However, with early detection and appropriate care, hearing loss can be addressed and managed with the help of an audiology professional.
At Freedom Hearing, we don’t just promote the importance of hearing health on World Hearing Day or Hearing Awareness Week (March 1-7). We are committed to better hearing every day.
Echoing the theme of ‘Hearing Care for ALL’, it is the Freedom Hearing mission to make high quality hearing care accessible for all people. That’s why we offer a range of services to make it as easy as possible for everyone
- If you’re a pensioner or veteran, find out if you’re eligible for free hearing aids through the Commonwealth Hearing Services Program.
- We specialise in WorkCover hearing loss claims. If you’ve been exposed to noise at work for extended periods of time, find out more about industrial deafness.
- Take advantage of our lowest price guarantee and flexible interest-free payment plans.
- Check if you have audiology benefits with your private health fund
- BOOK A FREE HEARING CHECK. Receive personalised care, from an audiology professional. Ask us about a free hearing aid trial!
Improved hearing can positively impact your communication, confidence and social engagement. Take the first step towards better hearing and book a free hearing check today.