Tinnitus Awareness App

By Chrissy Hughes on 10th December 2014

Shelley Bartlette, Senior Lecturer in Digital Design at Canterbury Christ Church University has developed a ‘parent-friendly’ mobile application in a bid to raise awareness about noise-induced tinnitus. Shelley kindly wrote us a blog piece about why she developed the app, and what exactly it does.  In October 2011, I had just put my 16-month old son…

How To Deal With Tinnitus

By Chrissy Hughes on 26th November 2014

When a someone first gets tinnitus it can be a scary and confusing time. What’s the source of the problem? How should it be dealt with? How serious an issue is it in day to day life? We’ve spoken to hundreds of tinnitus sufferers along with tinnitus researchers and medical professionals to put together a…

Eimear’s Visit To The British Tinnitus Association

By Chrissy Hughes on 19th November 2014

Meeting the BTA: Staff and Members In the last two weeks I’ve had the pleasure of spending some time visiting the British Tinnitus Association; both their staff at the head office in Sheffield and some members at the Sheffield Tinnitus Association. We’ve long been supporters of the work that the BTA does for tinnitus sufferers…

Reduce Your Risk

By Chrissy Hughes on 11th November 2014

Staff writer Barbara Jenkins, Au.D., BCABA, is Colorado’s first board-certified doctor of audiology. She has more than 25 years of hospital and clinical experience in treating patients with hearing loss and tinnitus. Jenkins serves as Colorado’s professional state commissioner for the deaf and hearing impaired, and was awarded the 2010 Leo Doerfler Award for Clinical Excellence by the Academy of…

IHCC Guest Blog Post

By Chrissy Hughes on 7th November 2014

Ian Hutcheon Clinic for Children is a UK registered charity working in Uganda to improve hearing health care for underprivileged children aged 0-16 years. We are delighted to have them feature on our website, and you can find out more about their charity here: Website, Facebook, Twitter “As a charity we are dedicated to promoting healthy…

Action On Hearing Loss Guest Post

By Chrissy Hughes on 28th October 2014

As an audiologist, with Action on Hearing Loss and in the NHS, I see and speak to people and their families affected by hearing loss and tinnitus every day. Over the past 20 years, I have met some truly incredible people, who have done extraordinary things and had amazing lives, but because of their hearing…

Industrial Deafness and Tinnitus

By Chrissy Hughes on 3rd October 2014

Dangers of workplace noise – can your boss hear you? Right now there are one million people in the UK at risk of developing deafness as a result of exposure to loud noises in the work place, and over six million already suffering from tinnitus. Many people are so accustomed to the sound of their working…

Tinnitus Support Information

By Chrissy Hughes on 3rd September 2014

We often get asked for information about what support is available for tinnitus so we thought we’d put together this handy guide to some different places you can go. Firstly tinnitus associations are a great source of information, news and support. The biggest one in the world is the American Tinnitus Association which has members…

The Restored Hearing Community

By Chrissy Hughes on 1st September 2014

Being the Community Manager for such a unique startup was, at first, a challenging task but nonetheless a rewarding one. Before working with Restored Hearing, I managed communities in the entertainment and retail industry which was completely different. I have to say, working with Restored Hearing and knowing that we, as a team, are helping…

Way To Go

By Chrissy Hughes on 28th August 2014

This week has been amazing for Restored Hearing. First off, let me tell you a little bit about Wayra. Wayra provides an amazing work space for 9 months to start up companies, early stage investment, access to market leading experts and much, much more. A few weeks ago we learnt that we were through to…