“I could not praise my audiologist, Enda Dooley enough. Courteous & helpful at all times."
James Wilkinson, Wexford
"Gavin Johnson was fantastic to deal with. He knows his job inside and out. Brilliant aftercare"
John Butler, Waterford
"Enda has been so supportive with his understanding of hearing loss and the social isolation that comes with it. My self-confidence is growing since being fitted with these very effective hearing aids."
Pauline Kehoe, Wexford
“So glad I went to Hidden Hearing as I had suffered for years with loss of hearing and the difference is unbelievable”
James McDonnell, Kildare
“I am really pleased overall with the patience of my hearing aid specialist. He is always there when I need him which is quite regularly. The support is brilliant. Thank you”
Peggy Fox, Wexford
“Enda Dooley was so patient, professional and caring”
Bianche McCafferty, Wexford
“Very accommodating with appointment times, especially with aftercare during working hours”
Siobhan Gowings, Kilkenny
“Stephen is very friendly and explains everything in great detail”
Margaret Conway, Carlow
“My audiologist, Tony Johnson was very good. He took time to explain everything in great detail and reassured me that I was happy with everything”
Ruby Hanbidge, Wicklow
“If something goes wrong, there is always efficient service and a warm welcome when I go in to visit”
Nancy Scully, Laois
“I would like to say that my visits to Hidden Hearing here in Newbridge have been dealt with in a friendly, personalised and professional manner every time”
Michael Ormonde, Newbridge
"I found my audiologist, Justin Kavanagh very professional and helpful during my visits. I would strongly recommend him"
Margaret Power, Newbridge
“I now have a different outlook on life. I have better social interaction in work and home life. I can’t believe I waited so long to get my hearing aids”
Michael Brennan, Kildare
“I am very happy with both hearing aids. It makes my life much easier and more enjoyable. Thanking everyone involved”
Jean Cronin, Offaly
“It’s great not to have to keep saying 'pardon' all the time and to be able to hear what my husband is saying”
Sheila O’Brien, Kildare