Deafness knows no social, ethnic or cultural boundaries
At The Hearing House we support people on their journey to access sound with cochlear implants so they can gain or regain independence in a hearing and speaking world.
Funded in part by the Ministry of Health through the Northern Cochlear Implant Programme, we work with hundreds of New Zealanders in the upper North Island who use or will benefit from a cochlear implant.
Through our passionate and dedicated team of audiologists, specialised therapists, and support staff we deliver a range of services and programmes to help people and their wider whanāu at various stages of their journey to hearing achieve their goals in a hearing and speaking world.
If you require any assistance during heightened alert levels
please call us on 09 579 2333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want to assure clients and whānau of The Hearing House that we are committed to keeping you safe and prepared. We will continue to monitor the announcements from the government and keep you updated with any changes that may affect you. Be well, stay safe and please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.
“I would not be able to hear or be where I am today without cochlear implants.” Adrian Zuniga (left) pictured with Josh Foreman (right).
"He knows they are very powerful for him. He calls them his electric ears. I think he’ll have a bright future. He will do very well in life.”
- Rachna Goyal, mum to Rhythm. Rhythm is profoundly deaf and has two cochlear implants.
PO Box 74-022
251 Campbell Road
(Entrance on William Ave)