We improve the quality of life for Australians struggling with hearing difficulty.
Independent for over 20 years and one of Sydney’s longest standing diagnostic audiology practices, we understand the psychological and emotional impact of hearing loss. Through our dedicated team of professionals we provide human, expert, innovative and cost-effective solutions to your hearing difficulties.
As our services and products evolve, we remain committed to providing every single person with personalised, expert advice and hearing solutions based on their circumstances.
Whatever the diagnosis, whatever the treatment, we will find solutions that work for you, your loved ones and your lifestyle.
Diagnostic Hearing Assessments
Paediatric Hearing Assessments
Hearing Devices and Wireless Accessories
Lyric extended wear device
Cochlear Implants and Bone Anchored Hearing Aids
Listening Therapy/Auditory Training
Ear Wax Management
Hearing Health and Protection
Custom Ear Plugs (Musician’s, swimming and sleeping)
DVA and Pension Hearing Services Program
At Hearing Innovations, we offer an end-to-end service from initial consultation, hearing assessments and diagnostic audiology; through to advanced hearing devices and technologies. We also specialise in preventative hearing health for musicians & industrial workers as well as swimming protection.
Our relationships with the most innovative suppliers in the world gives us the ability to offer you not only the most up to date technology, but do so in a cost effective way suitable to every budget.
What’s most important to us is that you feel welcome and informed. Seeing a hearing specialist is often the first step towards understanding your hearing and improving one of your most valuable senses.
Hearing challenges can affect everyone and we provide management for both infants and adults. We are proud to say that many of our long-standing patients have been with us since we opened in 1999.
Deborah is a founding director of Hearing Innovations. Deborah has been an audiologist since 1977 and has experience in both public and private audiology services. She has worked in many ENT practices throughout Sydney and worked extensively with hearing impaired children as a Paediatric Audiologist with the National Acoustic Laboratories. Deborah has a particular interest in hearing aid technology and cochlear implants and she set up the cochlear implant program at Hearing Innovations in 2004. Deborah continues to advance her knowledge with regular courses in audiology.
Robin is a founding director of Hearing Innovations. Robin has been working as a clinical specialist in the Eastern Suburbs for many years. She has a strong ENT background having worked initially with ENT Specialists. Prior to opening Hearing Innovations, Robin was the principal audiologist and manager of a diagnostic clinic for hearing and balance disorders and oversaw the opening of four other specialist audiology clinics in Sydney. Robin’s audiology skills are particularly suited to managing the needs of complex clients.
Lauren qualified in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science in Audiology and Speech Pathology from the University of Cape Town. After completing her degree, she worked as a clinical audiologist managing two private practices. Lauren also worked as a clinical specialist for a major hearing aid manufacturer in South Africa and as a clinical supervisor of audiology students at university. Lauren joined our team in 2009 after moving to Sydney with her husband and young son.
Isabelle graduated with a Bachelor of Medical Science from Sydney University in 2009. During university she began working part-time at Hearing Innovations as a receptionist when she became inspired to become an audiologist. She completed her Master of Clinical Audiology at Macquarie University in 2017 after which she joined the team at Hearing Innovations as an audiologist. Isabelle enjoys working alongside her mother, Deborah, and the other team members. She is particularly interested in tinnitus management and aural rehabilitation which assists with overcoming communication breakdown to improve quality of life of the patients and their family members.