Hearing New Zealand Hamilton – (is a non-profit organisation)

A voluntary organisation promoting and advancing the interests and well-being of all people affected by acquired hearing loss. Rehabilitation of persons who are hearing impaired to ensure their well being and independence.   Education within the Community on the needs of the hearing impaired, and on the prevention of hearing loss.

Hearing Loss is the largest disability sector – 18.9% of the adult population and this percentage is increasing every year due to the advent of excessive noise exposure in the modern society.

The Hearing Association provides much needed unbiased support and advocacy for the hearing impaired and their families

Providing Services to the community

Information & Support, advice,  – Batteries & other consumables

Personal assistance with Hearing Aids – Minor repairs and maintenance of Hearing Aids

Demonstration of the following devices can be done via appointment;

  • Sales of Various Assistive listening devices, compatible with telephones
  • Demonstration of Telephones, Alarm clocks, Door bells etc

By Appointment – visits to Rest Homes & Home visits if or when necessary.

HEARING HEALTH NZ – Audiologist: Bill Rennox – Office hours 9am to 5pm (by appointment only)

EAR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL EAR CARE; Donnell Flynn, EarWax Removal hours 1pm – 3.30pm by appointment.


Hearing Week Editorial for Prime Magazine 2018

Our world is a noisy one and our ears take a battering. Every day we are exposed to the likes of loud coffee machines, thumping music in cafes, gyms and shops, industrial sounds, noisy cars and motorbikes, iPods, lawn mowers, and so much more. So its little wonder that more and more New Zealanders are presenting with some form of noise induced hearing loss.

Hearing Week was set up in addition to Deaf Awareness Week, which happens in September, and aims to highlight the fact that hearing impaired people have different needs to Deaf people,”

During Hearing Week, the Hamilton Hearing Association is encouraging the public to take advantage of free hearing tests on offer at the association’s rooms. “Just give us a call to make an appointment.” We can also give your hearing aids a general clean and dry on our UltraVac machine.

The public can also make an appointment to try the hearing assisted devices on display at the association’s rooms.

Just as we protect our skin from harmful UV rays with sunscreen, hats, sunglasses and protective clothing, so too should we protect our hearing with the use of ear plugs or ear muffs when appropriate.

To make an appointment for a free hearing test or to try out the assisted devices, phone Hamilton Hearing Association on 07 852 5725, email: zn.oc1544491312.artx1544491312@gnir1544491312aehma1544491312h1544491312

The Hearing Association website offers a range of information about how ears work, hearing loss prevention, hearing conditions, how to and where to get help, funding options and much more. Visit www.hearing.org.nz.






Get in touch

  • Your hearing is precious.  Look after it as once it is damaged it cannot be repaired.  Being young won’t protect you!
    If you have to raise your voice to speak to someone next to you, the noise around you is dangerous.

    Words of Wisdom
  • The Hearing Association of New Zealand is passionate about helping those with hearing impairments to experience life to the fullest.  If you need our support or are interested in supporting the work that we do, we would love to hear from you.

    Amanda Perry, Liaison Officer