Take the online hearing check

Take the online hearing check

http://www.rnid.org.uk/howwehelp/hearing_check/take_online_hearing_check/


Below is a sample report.

Dear MANUEL KIOK,

Your RNID hearing check result

Thank you for taking the time to take our hearing check today. We hope you found it simple and straightforward. As you requested, we’re writing to you with confirmation of your result.

Your name: MANUEL KIOK
You took the RNID hearing check on: Friday 24 July 2009
Your result: Your result suggests that your hearing is within the normal range.

Next steps:

Check your hearing regularly. The result of your hearing check was within the normal range, but we suggest that you take the hearing check once a year. In many cases, hearing loss occurs gradually over time, particularly as we get older.

Look after your hearing, particularly in noisy environments or when listening to music.

Visit our website for further information, including some simple and effective tips on how to protect your ears.

This year we’re hoping to get one million people to take our hearing check, because we believe that better hearing leads to a better quality of life. Help us spread the word and find out how you can get involved.

Thank you once again for taking the RNID hearing check.

Yours sincerely,

Emma Harrison Campaign Director, Hearing Matters RNID

NOTICE: This email is not unsolicited. You have received this email as a result of entering your email address upon completion of the RNID online hearing check. The information contained in this email message is intended solely for the use of the individual to whom it is addressed. If you have received this email in error please disregard this information. Please note: you will only receive this email the first time you complete the online hearing check. Please do not reply to this message as the mailbox is not monitored. If you do not wish to receive further emails from RNID please send a blank email to nick.king@rnid.org.uk with subject line "HC_unsubscribe". The Royal National Institute for Deaf People. Registered Office:

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