"Awesome technology packed into a tiny hearing aid"

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Dolores Madden

Dolores Madden

Marketing Director at Hidden Hearing
Dolores Madden is Marketing Director for Hidden Hearing Ireland.

Dolores has been a leading figure in the hearing healthcare sector for the past 27 years, having first qualified as an accountant technician (MIATI) and then studying audiology and qualifying as an Audiologist (ISHAA, MSHAA) in 2002.

She has worked across all aspects of the business within Hidden Hearing, serving as Operations Manager for 4 years. For six years she was Branch Manager/Senior Audiologist for the Cork Branch, and Team Leader for six audiologists in the Southern Region.

A leading media commentator on hearing loss issues, Dolores Madden planned and implemented Hearing Awareness Week. Running since 2007, this annual event has significantly raised the issue of hearing loss on Ireland’s health agenda.

She also launched the Hidden Hearing Heroes awards scheme in 2011, a CSR initiative to recognise unsung heroes in communities across Ireland.

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The Get hearing aid can correct mild to severe-to-profound hearing loss.

The “Get” hearing aid from Oticon is designed to offer comfort and high functionality to facilitate speech intelligibility. Described by the company as an “entry-level” device, the hearing aid is built on the firm’s RISE processing platform. The product line offers modulation-based noise reduction, in situ audiometry, and is available in a variety of designs and colors. Custom versions of the hearing aid also are provided.

The behind-the-ear versions of the devices are protected by a water-repellant nano-coating to improve durability. The hearing aids are offered with the firm’s proprietary “open ear acoustics” to reduce feedback and distortion of the wearer’s own voice resulting from the occlusion effect. The Get line can correct mild to severe-to-profound hearing loss.

What Oticon say:

Get is Oticon’s most economical entry level solution, designed for the patient where cost consideration is essential. With Get you can experience fundamental technology benefits: audibility with open ear acoustics, directionality, and comfort in noisy environments. Oticon Get is a basic hearing care solution to boost everyday audibility.

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Oticon Get provides fitting flexibility for both now and the future. Get is a complete product family including custom, Corda thin tube and BTE models with power options available. Styles accommodate hearing losses in the mild through the severe to profound range. Oticon Get is exceptionally easy to fit with our intuitive programming software.

Oticon Get is remarkably easy to fit:

+  A range of instrument styles
+  Accommodates mild to severe-to-profound hearing losses
+  Open Ear Acoustics
+  Four fitting range options
+  Flexible in-situ audiometry option
+  Directionality

If you have any questions about hearing loss or hearing aids contact Hidden Hearing.

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"Awesome technology packed into a tiny hearing aid"
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"Awesome technology packed into a tiny hearing aid"
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Dolores Madden

About Dolores Madden

Dolores Madden is Marketing Director for Hidden Hearing Ireland. Dolores has been a leading figure in the hearing healthcare sector for the past 27 years, having first qualified as an accountant technician (MIATI) and then studying audiology and qualifying as an Audiologist (ISHAA, MSHAA) in 2002. She has worked across all aspects of the business within Hidden Hearing, serving as Operations Manager for 4 years. For six years she was Branch Manager/Senior Audiologist for the Cork Branch, and Team Leader for six audiologists in the Southern Region. A leading media commentator on hearing loss issues, Dolores Madden planned and implemented Hearing Awareness Week. Running since 2007, this annual event has significantly raised the issue of hearing loss on Ireland’s health agenda. She also launched the Hidden Hearing Heroes awards scheme in 2011, a CSR initiative to recognise unsung heroes in communities across Ireland. Find Out More About Dolores

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