Rise of Telehealth: Hearing Aid Customers Receiving Full Service From Home


Remote Hearing Care Now Available Through Widex and bloom hearing specialists

  • Hearing aid customers receiving full service telehealth at home thanks to WIDEX REMOTE CARE and bloom hearing specialists
  • Most innovative and flexible remote hearing care solution available now in Australia
  • Australians have quickly adapted to WIDEX REMOTE CARE receiving full end to end fitting and fine tuning of hearing devices in the comfort of their own home during COVID-19.
  • bloom hearing specialists have quickly adopted this new way of servicing their customers, not just now during the pandemic but also in the future
Hearing aid fitting, fine-tuning and maintenance is now available from the comfort and safety of your own home, with the WIDEX REMOTE CARE system available through bloom hearing specialists around Australia.
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The WIDEX REMOTE CARE system is one of the most innovative and flexible remote hearing care solutions available on the market, with its point of difference ensuring customers are able to receive a full end-to-end fitting and fine tuning of hearing devices, without walking out the front door.
“WIDEX REMOTE CARE was launched in October 2019, to help clinics diversify their services. Now during this pandemic, and in the times of COVID-19, the audiology industry in Australia are using this technology to stay in touch with their clients,” Geraldine Todd, Widex Audiologist, said.
“We are proud, that it is the most flexible remote, audiology solution available in Australia today.”
REMOTE CARE has gained momentum and popularity over the last few months with many members of the community opting to try the new technology rather than venturing out for a face to face appointment.
Shirley from Yarrawonga in Victoria has become a huge fan of the service and an expert on all things video chat as she converses with her bloom hearing clinician, on her phone or iPad to adjust her hearing devices as required.
“I didn’t find it difficult at all as I had my audiologist on the line who was able to talk me through the process. I just needed to
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