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As Ireland’s premier hearing care provider, we at Hidden Hearing are proud to host Ireland’s national Hearing Awareness Week. Since it’s inauguration in 2007, this annual event has gone from strength to strength and is now established as one of the country’s leading health initiatives.

Last year, our annual events took place in top hotels in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Waterford & Athlone, attracting footfall of over 2000 people across 4 days This March, 2017, marks the 10 Year Anniversary of Hearing Awareness Week, and we expect it to be our most successful year to date! The event will run in 5 counties over 5 days, from Monday 6th to Friday 10th of March, 10am-4pm.

We are delighted to be partnering with, The British Heart Foundation and Diabetes UK Northern Ireland to celebrate our 10th year running; all highly significant associations in the lives of Irish adults.

Hidden Hearing is Northern Ireland’s premier professional provider of hearing healthcare in the private sector with a national network of over sixty five branches and clinics.

Over the past 25 years across Northern Ireland we have worked hard to develop a reputation for offering world-class hearing healthcare services and lifelong support for our patients. We combine the latest technology with the highest standards in professional training. Therefore every Hidden Hearing audiologist is accredited to leading international standards and is a member of the Health Care Professionals Council among others.


Hearing Awarenss Week is a Hidden Hearing initiative in proud association with The British Heart Foundation. The British Heart Foundation are the UK's number one heart charity and through 50 years of funding cutting edge research we have already made a big difference to people's lives. Today, we are funding thousands of research projects around the UK that are fighting heart disease. We also help millions of people every year with our up to date information about heart disease so the UK public are better informed