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L343 Conversor Pro

The Conversor Pro helps you hear conversations and the TV more clearly when you're using your hearing aids. It consists of a microphone that amplifies sound and a neckloop that you wear. The microphone wirelessly sends the amplified sound to the neckloop and into your hearing aid.

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5 reasons why I disagree with the proposed NHS hearing aid cuts

Posted on: Thursday, July 17, 2014 by james robins

A portrait photo of Celia.In June the North Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) announced proposals to cut NHS hearing aid provision and we’ve responded with an urgent campaign to fight these cuts.

Hearing aid user Celia Jarrett, who lives in North Staffordshire, tells us why she’s opposed to these proposals, and why it’s so important for you to take the CCG questionnaire and let health bosses know what you think.

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