Serangoon Nex, Tiong Bahru, Jurong Central, Bedok Central, OG Albert, Keat Hong Community Centre
Finally, Within 30 Minutes*... No More Shouting, Make-Your-Blood-Boil Conversations & Tapping Your Parent’s Shoulder Just To Get Their Attention.
Restore the symphony of everyday sounds to your parent’s life and see their face light up the moment they can hear you clearly again.
With over 100 types of hearing devices and more than 50 years of experience, we can customise them exactly according to you parent’s specific needs.
Pioneer or Merdeka Generation cardholders are entitled to 20% off our hearing devices.
To help as many people as possible, we’re offering COMPLIMENTARY HEARING ASSESSMENTS at all 6 centres islandwide.
*Subject to stock availability & patient’s ear condition.
Suppose you came back home one day to hear the TV turned on so loud and the kettle whistling furiously but when you shout for your mum, she doesn’t reply…
…only for you to realise that she was sitting in the living room all along.
“Mum, why is the TV on so loud? Can’t you hear the water boiling?” you said, grabbing the remote control from her to turn the volume down.
“Oh, you’re home already?” she said, looking surprised.
“Tsk, didn’t you hear what I just said?” you lamented out of frustration as you stormed off to the kitchen to turn off the stove.
This wasn’t the first time.
Recently, you noticed that your mum has been distant and not as communicative as before.
And when you guys talk, she seems distracted in the middle of the conversation or keeps asking you to repeat what you said.
Sometimes you find yourself making hand gestures just to get a simple message across or waving at her line of sight just to catch her attention…
Which makes you suspect that she’s starting to lose her ability to hear.
But isn’t it a natural part of the aging process?
Why do I need to be worried about it?
It’s true that as we age, the wear and tear to the structures in our ear will lead to some degree of hearing loss.
But this issue can have more serious consequences than you might think.
Besides the obvious effects, a 2018 study by National University of Singapore and Ng Teng Fong General Hospital shows that there is a link between hearing loss and dementia.
This could be because patients with hearing loss tend to isolate themselves out of fear that they can’t participate in social interactions. This in turn leads to other problems like depression.
Hearing loss may also lead to a lack of independence as they may not be able to navigate by themselves when taking public transport. For instance, when taking the MRT, they may unknowingly miss their stop because they couldn’t hear the station being announced.
But what is more concerning is when a lack of hearing ability endangers their safety. For instance, when crossing the roads, they may miss the sound of incoming vehicles which may lead to accidents.
At home, if there’s an emergency, they may not hear the phone ringing or knocking on the front door, which leads to precious time being lost that can make a difference between life and death.
This is even more dangerous if your parent is living alone by themselves, so they may become uncontactable, causing you to worry if something bad has happened to them.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
With the help of our hearing devices, you can treat your parent’s hearing loss immediately within 30 minutes and prevent accidents.
And with our LIFETIME of free annual hearing assessments, we’ll be able to monitor the progress of your parent’s hearing loss and adjust the devices accordingly. This way we can ensure that their quality of life is maintained for the rest of their golden years.
Because we want to help as many people as possible, we’re offering…
1-On-1 Complimentary Hearing Assessments
A hearing assessment is the first and most crucial step in diagnosing the exact hearing problem that your parent is facing. It will help us determine whether a hearing aid can solve their problem or not. If the case is too severe, you may need to consider other solutions such as cochlear implants.
When you bring your parent down to any one of our 6 centres around Singapore, here’s what you can expect:
Step 1 – Consultation
Our professional audiologists will ask your parent and you about their hearing history and the current concerns that you have.
We’ll also share more information with you about how hearing loss occurs and the different types. You’ll understand what your parent is going through and the importance of hearing aids.
The audiologist will also explain different parts of an audiogram, which is a graph that shows the different levels of hearing loss.
Our staff can converse with your parent in English, Mandarin, Hokkien and Cantonese. If not, we always recommend the patient to be accompanied by you or a loved one. Besides, your presence will make them feel more at ease and comfortable.
Step 2 – Otoscopy
The audiologist will look inside your parent’s ear to see if there are any blockages like ear wax, any infection and whether the eardrum is intact. Any of these factors may also cause hearing loss.
If there is any, we’d advice to seek medical attention and return on another day as these conditions will affect the result of the hearing assessment.
Step 3 – Hearing Assessment
Your parent will sit inside a soundproof booth and our audiologist will play different types of sounds and he/she will make hand gestures to signal if there is any sound or not.
To ensure that the test is accurate, our audiologist will repeat each point several times to ensure that the results are consistent.
From the tests, we’ll be able to confirm if your parent is indeed having trouble hearing and what type of hearing loss.
Step 4 – Audiogram Results
We’ll show you and your parent the different points of their hearing graph for each side of their ear. You’ll learn what type of hearing loss your parent has, the cause and the extent.
Most importantly, you’ll be informed if your parent’s condition can be treated using hearing aids or not.
Step 5 – Evaluation Of Condition & Demo
Based on your parent’s audiogram, our audiologist will explain to you the best type of hearing aid for them and the differences between the various models.
We’ll also take into account other factors when recommending a model of hearing aid. For example, if your parent has hand tremors, then we won’t recommend a Behind-The-Ear-Style one as this will be difficult for them to put on by themselves.
The audiologist will then programme the hearing aid according to your parent’s needs for a live demo to let them try, see if it is comfortable and talk to you.
You’ll get to see with your very eyes the immediate improvement on the spot.
There’s nothing like seeing your parent’s face lighting up the moment they can hear your voice again. You may even notice them speaking softer as they can hear themselves talking normally. For once in a long time, they’ll feel like the world isn’t as muffled as before.
We’re even open to letting your parent take the hearing aids for a test in a noisy environment such as by walking around the public area outside our centre.
In fact, we’ve had patients who wore our devices to lunch or a work meeting before deciding to invest in a pair.
Our Promise To You
Our professional audiologist will leave the decision up to you and your parent after we share with you the results and our recommendation.
Once your parent is ready to move forward, they can get their hearing aids within 30 minutes (subject to availability, the specifications required and the ear condition).
Furthermore, to make our services affordable, we’re offering 20% off for Pioneer Generation or Merdeka Generation card holders.
In addition, we have a 0% interest monthly instalment plan over 6/12 months to ensure that your parent can get the help they need.
On top of that, should your parent decide to get hearing aids from us, they’ll be entitled to quarterly complimentary follow up appointments (U.P. $200) for the first year to fine-tune the device for them. Subsequently, they can come down to our centre for a check-up every year for free!
Hearing loss is an issue which progressively worsens over time. This is why we take all of our patient’s follow up appointments very seriously.
If your parent missed their appointment or cannot make it last minute, just call us and we’ll gladly schedule for another date as soon as possible to ensure that their condition does not go unchecked. All we ask if for you to bring your parent down to our centre and show up for their appointment.
Lastly, all our hearing aids come with a warranty of up to 4 years. So if they need to be repaired, we’ll settle everything for you and you won’t have to incur any additional cost.
Our Patients’ Transformation Stories
“I am very satisfied now! My old hearing aid was uncomfortable to wear and it was very noisy.
This hearing aid provides me with superb sound quality. I can now participate more effectively during meetings.”
Mr Hoo, Retired Secondary School Principal
“These hearing aids have allowed me to keep and maintain my healthy, active lifestyle… I am very happy.”
Mr Cheng S W, Retired Remisier
“My father had an undetected viral infection, and he ended up losing one side of his hearing permanently.
But with the help of this Sonic hearing aid, he is now back to his normal self and he is so glad to be able to hear so clearly again.”
Mr Yeo Ah Meng’s Son
About The Amazing Hearing Family
Amazing Hearing Centre (subsidiary of Amazing Hearing Asia Pte Ltd) is an independent hearing aids provider in Singapore with one mission in mind – to serve the community.
As an established business, we also distribute hearing aids to the Republic of Maldives, Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) and China (Shanghai).
We have more than 50 years of experience of providing Switzerland/Denmark hearing aids in Singapore.
We work in close cooperation with 3 renowned manufacturers: ReSound, Oticon (SONIC) and Siemens to provide the best hearing solution. This also makes aftersales services like repairs and warranty claims a breeze for our patients.
In fact, we’ve been awarded the Business Excellence Award 2019 by one of the industry leaders as the top company that has helped the most patients with hearing loss with their devices.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is the duration of the consultation?
To help you understand your parent’s condition and the importance of hearing aids, and ensure that the test is conducted properly for accurate results, correct diagnosis and recommendation, as well as for your parents to test out the device, you can expect the session to take about 1 to 1.5 hours.
What’s the estimated cost of hearing aids?
Depending on your parent’s condition, it can start from as low as $2,000. If your parent has any preferences or request any special customisation, it may incur additional charges.
Is there any warranty period?
On average, a hearing aid lasts for 3 to 5 years. Our hearing devices have an international warranty of up to 4 years.
Are the hearing aids waterproof?
Our hearing aids are water, sweat and dust resistant. So they are safe for your parent to wear in the shower or when they are exercising.
However, for any aquatic activity like swimming, we recommend taking them off.
If the hearing aids need to be repaired, do you provide the service?
We have a close working relationship with 3 renowned manufacturers: ReSound, Oticon (SONIC)and Siemens (Sivantos).
If there is any issue with the devices within the period, just bring them down to any of our 6 centres and we’ll handle everything for you at no extra charge.
You can also expect our turnaround time to be faster.
Why is there still a need for yearly hearing assessment even after getting the hearing aids?
As your parent ages, the natural deterioration of the structures in the ear continue to worsen. On average, the elderly will lose 10% of their hearing ability every few years.
The free annual hearing assessment will help us to monitor your parent’s condition and adjust the devices accordingly so they will continue to be able to hear clearly.
Do you have hearing aids that are more discreet?
Yes, we have skin tone colours for them to look less obvious.
Alternatively, we also have Invisible Style In-The-Canal Hearing Aid which are virtually invisible that fit inside the ear canal.
Are they safe for elderly people to use?
Yes, our hearing devices are designed to be elderly friendly, even for those with limited mobility.
Ready To Make Your Life & Your Parent’s Life Great Again?
Try this: Place your hands over your ears and attempt to listen to your surroundings.
Does it sound muffled to you?
Now imagine having to live like that for the rest of your life. Don’t you agree that it will negatively affect the quality of your life?
That’s the world that your parent is currently living in.
So if there’s a way for you to improve their life, wouldn’t you want to?
All those times you felt tired from having to talk louder, make hand gestures and repeat yourself, they don’t have to happen again.
And if your parent is living alone, you won’t have to worry about their safety again. You can even help to reduce the risks of dementia.
Here’s what you and your parent get from the 1-On-1 Complimentary Hearing Assessment:
If you’re ready to make both of your lives great again…
Fill up the form below and our staff will follow up with you to schedule a Free Hearing Assessment for your parent.
Amazing Hearing Centre @ NEX Serangoon
23, Serangoon Central, #B1-50/51, NEX Shopping Mall,Singapore 556083. (Within EyeChamp)
Hearing Aid Singapore @ Tiong Bahru
Blk 18, Jalan Membina, #02-11 , Singapore 164018
Hearing Aid Singapore @ Jurong Central
Blk 135 Jurong Gateway Rd, #01-323, SG 600135
Hearing Aid Singapore @ Bedok Central
Blk 211 New Upper Changi Rd, #01-747, 460211
Hearing Aid Singapore – Partnership with OG Pvt. Ltd.
Level 2 (Health Supplement Section), 60 Albert Street, OG Albert Complex Singapore 189969
Hearing Aid Singapore @ Keat Hong Community Centre
2 Choa Chu Kang Loop #03-02 Singapore 689687