2014 Merry Christmas from Nolene

What are you grateful for as 2014 comes to a close?

As each year draws to a close I like to reflect on what I am grateful for……..

This year has gone so fast that it feels like only yesterday that I started back in private practice as an Audiologist, using my old business name Hearing Care Professionals.

I am grateful for so many things this year. Not least of all is for all my amazing clients who have supported me in my first year back in practice. It’s great to have met so many people who want to make sure they live the best life they can by looking after their hearing.

I am grateful for those who have referred their friends and family to me and who are proud to call Hearing Care Professionals their Audiology practice. You are helping to grow this business into the the community I had envisioned it becoming.

I am grateful for the Ashgrove Specialist Medical Centre at 21 Harry St for my bright and happy, little room that has all I need to provide the next generation of hearing health care.

I am grateful for all the Audiologists who have supported me this year and referred clients to me to be treated by my specialized expertise. I have been challenged and invigorated by this work.

Thank you to each and every one of you for being part of my business and my life.Christmas Tree

I hope you enjoy your time over Christmas.  Much Love 

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P.S. In the spirit of Christmas Hearing Care Professionals has a gift for all our lovely clients and supporters.

Refer a friend and and receive one of the following:

$30 credit towards batteries OR 11 session auditory training program (which can be used by those without any hearing loss)

If your friend goes on to purchase hearing aids you will then receive a voucher for an annual review of your hearing and your hearing aids (if aplicable).

All you need to do it to get them to contact us by clicking here.


All information is provided in the interests of Hearing Health education and is of a general nature. In all cases you should consult your doctor or other allied health professional for advice regarding your individual circumstances. somein