Hearing loss can lead to communication breakdown and result in frustration and isolation.
Hearing Therapy is a national service funded by the Ministry of Health and delivered by Life Unlimited Charitable Trust.
Our service is independent. We don’t sell or fit hearing aids, but give independent advice about using hearing aids and other listening devices.
Our aim is to enable hearing impaired individuals to live as independently as possible.
Our hearing therapists are trained in helping clients with the emotional effects of hearing loss and other associated difficulties with the use of counselling skills and tools and are able to offer practical advice, information and help.
Register for your free appointment, now
Call 0800 008 011 to book your free appointment with a qualified hearing therapist. Or complete our online referral form.
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What are the benefits?
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Living with a hearing impairment can be stressful. It can lead to difficulties at work and affect communication with family and friends. It may also affect self-esteem and lead to social isolation.
A qualified hearing therapist will work with you to evaluate your hearing and make a plan with you to reach your hearing-related goals and reduce the impact of hearing loss on your daily life.
A hearing therapist can…
We can help your family, whanau and friends to better support your hearing issues. They are welcome to attend appointments with you.
Request an appointment online or call 0800 008 011 to talk to our reception team. We have qualified hearing therapists in communities across New Zealand.