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Mr Gamble’s Journey

Mr. John Edmund joined the RAF in 1951, where he worked with loud aircraft and in noisy factories. Due to the constant exposure to noise, he had to wear hearing aids even before retiring from work. As a result of his hearing loss, Mr. Edmund finds communication to be extremely challenging. He has tried using standard hearing aids, but they are too painful and do not provide much relief.

According to John’s daughter, Claire, his hearing loss has also impacted his family, making communication difficult for everyone. It is an isolating experience for both John and his loved ones, highlighting the far-reaching effects of hearing loss. Speaking on the phone and in shops is found particularly hard.

How we’ve supported John

We were thrilled to be able to support him by providing him with state-of-the-art hearing aids. We understand how important it is to be able to hear and communicate effectively, and we wanted to ensure that John was able to continue to participate fully in all aspects of his life. The hearing aids we provided are top-of-the-line, offering advanced features and technology that will help John to hear clearly and comfortably in any environment. We are proud to have been able to make a difference in John’s life and look forward to continuing to support him in any way we can.

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