hearingloss

Winter is coming… Why our ears ache in the cold

by Georgia Lester • May 10, 2021

With a recent drop in temperature and cold weather setting in (by Queensland standards at least!), the hot topic of conversation in the office this week (inspired by 2 days of sub-20 degree temperatures) is why our ears ache when it is cold.  So to start, what is an ear ache? Otalgia, ear pain or […]


Using the Audeara BT01 Transciever

by Georgia Lester • May 3, 2021

Hearing loss can have a big effect on how we distinguish speech sounds and are able to follow a conversation. As a result, people with hearing loss often struggle in social situations and might keep turning the TV volume up but never gain the clarity they need to understand what is being said. Rapid speech, […]


Fast Facts: Why Audeara

by Georgia Lester • April 19, 2021

Have you had a TV listener or Assisted Listening Device (ALD) recommended by your Audiologist? Some fast facts on why you should go Audeara: We are registered with Department of Veteran’s Affairs (DVA), Hearing Services Program (HSP) and National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) meaning that the cost of your device may be completely or partially […]


Tuning the success of your virtual meetings

by Georgia Lester • April 1, 2021

While Australia and Brisbane in particular, have been subjectively lucky and spared the worst of Covid-19 lockdowns, we were this week, sent back to our home offices and left to communicate virtually once more.  The uniqueness of the global pandemic has left many people scrambling to adapt, but for people with hearing loss, remote work […]


Meet AudAssist! Audeara’s New Assistant.

by Georgia Lester • March 19, 2021

You asked and we have listened! Introducing our new Audiologist-specific app! Audeara are proud to partner with clinics to develop products that your clinicians love to fit and your clients love to use! The new Audeara AudAssist app was designed specifically to support our Audiologist’s and help make programming the Audeara headphones faster and easier, […]


Hearing and Learning

by Georgia Lester • March 12, 2021

Hearing loss can affect a child’s ability to hear and understand language, to produce speech and communicate effectively with their peers. When hearing loss goes undetected, children may disengage and lose interest at school, likely due to the reduced input they are receiving.  Where young kids are seen to be ‘not listening’, mucking up or […]


Hearing Awareness Week at Brisbane Grammar School.

by Georgia Lester • March 5, 2021

To cap off Hearing Awareness Week, the Audeara team attended Brisbane Grammar School this morning to discuss hearing health and have students create and explore their own hearing profile. Grade 5 classes heard James speak about how we hear, the differences between our own ears and others, as well as how we can help protect […]


Myths Surrounding Hearing Loss, Hearing Devices and Audiology

by Georgia Lester • February 15, 2021

Myths and misconceptions about people with hearing loss are common. They are often triggered by lack of understanding, fear or ignorance and should not impact your perception of the hearing health care industry.   Myth One: A person with hearing loss will be old.  Over 3.55 million Australians suffer from a hearing loss, with nearly half […]


Auditory Deprivation: Why not managing a hearing loss might be bad for your health

by Georgia Lester • February 5, 2021

While Audiologists and Doctors have been making their case for years, hearing loss is often overlooked as a serious health condition and one in need of intervention. As a result of it’s typically progressive onset, most people wait many years before seeking help for their hearing.  While our ears ‘hear’ the sound, it is the […]