My Hearing – our Audiology partners at Jacksons Opticians

We are delighted to be able to offer audiology at Jacksons Opticians. To do this we have teamed up with My Hearing who provide comprehensive testing and advanced hearing aids.

As part of our long-term health and well-being focus, we recommend, for all our patients of 60 and over a complimentary hearing consultation with our caring professional Debbie Bedford.

Choosing the right hearing aid

When it come to finding the perfect hearing aid, the key is choosing one that can support your level of hearing loss. Some of the smaller and less powerful types of hearing aids aren’t really suitable for someone with severe or profound hearing loss. A hearing aid dispenser will be able to tell you which types of hearing aid are suitable for your range of hearing loss.

Once you’ve narrowed down the types of hearing aid which cater your level of hearing, you should consider which one will best suit your lifestyle. For example, if you struggle with your fine motor skills (such as: buttoning clothes, turning pages in a book), making adjustments to the settings of a smaller hearing aid might be quite difficult for you.

Call us on 01270 625889 to book your appointment.

Take the Test

Not sure if you need a hearing aid? Why not take the My Hearing 5 minute hearing test online by clicking here…
Please contact the practice on 01270 629885 for more information.


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Receiver in Canal

Small and discreet, the speaker of a receiver-in-canal hearing aid is placed inside the ear canal. Uses wires instead of plastic tubes.

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Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Rechargeable hearing aids mean that you can stop buying batteries. The built-in rechargeable battery just needs to be charged overnight, ready to use the next day.

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Behind the ear

Easy to use and available in a range of colours, behind-the-ear hearing aids are the most common. A clear tube connects the outer casing to a plastic mould or soft bud in your ear.

In the ear

Small and discreet, the speaker of a receiver-in-canal hearing aid is placed inside the ear canal. Uses wires instead of plastic tubes.Custom made to fit your ear, in-the-ear hearing aids are easy to adjust and are only visible from the side.

Wireless accessories

A range of wireless accessories can help you to connect to your smartphone, tune into the TV and transform your hearing aid into headphones.

NHS hearing aids

While available without charge, NHS hearing aids provide you with less choice and a lower quality of sound.