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War heroes to receive aid from Bromley hearing centre

PUBLISHED: 09:11 21 August 2012

The start of the campaign l-r: Stuart Neilson and Karen Darlington of Phonak UK, AIHHP Chairman Rob Davies, audiologist Gareth Morris, Kathie Knell of Help for Heroes and audiologist Martyn Scott

The start of the campaign l-r: Stuart Neilson and Karen Darlington of Phonak UK, AIHHP Chairman Rob Davies, audiologist Gareth Morris, Kathie Knell of Help for Heroes and audiologist Martyn Scott

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Injured war heroes are set to benefit after a Bromley hearing centre joined a campaign to give them state-of-the-art equipment.

G Roberts Hearing Care Centre, East Street, is working with Help for Heroes charity to give servicemen and women who are discharged because of hearing damage caused in conflict free help.

Ian Carey, audiologist at G Roberts, said: “It is a privilege to have this opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of our brave servicemen and women and we welcome them to our centre.”

The company is also working with the Association of Independent Hearing Healthcare Professionals (AIHHP) and Phonak hearing instruments manufacturer in the campaign.


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