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Events Cubex host regular events exploring hearing loss, cognitive health, mindfulness and hearing technology. Our events are aimed at giving people the information and confidence to make informed decisions about their hearing care, no matter what stage of the journey they are at.  

Hearing Healthcare Workshop – Learn how to improve your hearing health and well-being

Learn how to take control of your hearing health and your life in this 2 day workshop created and hosted by Cubex.

There is no doubt that coming to terms with the possibility of reduced hearing ability can be a traumatic and upsetting experience. On average, people with hearing loss wait almost 10 years before taking active steps to change their hearing health so that they can recover their ability to communicate and improve well-being.

We know how daunting taking the step can be. Sometimes all we want is guidance and support to help us along this path. For this reason, we designed this workshop for anyone who is concerned about experiencing signs of reduced hearing and would like to improve their situation but are either not ready or unsure about how to act on the hearing problem and finally move forward.

The workshop aims to empower you with the knowledge and confidence to make the right decisions for your hearing health and communication wellbeing. It offers a space to engage in discussion with leading experts in Audiology and provides an opportunity to gather information about hearing health in its broader context of cognitive, social and mental wellbeing. More importantly, it will help you develop a greater awareness about you, your situation, your readiness for change and a way forward.

The workshop will be held at our Marylebone premises on New Cavendish Street and led by Cubex Senior Audiologist & UCL Honorary lecturer, Dr Saima Rajasingam.

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Cubex sitting room

Location : Cubex, 25 New Cavendish Street, Marylebone, London, W1G 8LP

Course Dates :

  • Thursday 21st February 6-7:30pm
  • Friday 22nd February 6-7:30pm

Capacity : 5 participants

Fee : £289, 00

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More about Cubex

At Cubex, we believe that hearing care is healthcare.

Our unique and comprehensive approach to audiological care promotes optimum hearing health and cognitive well-being.

We use a combination of innovative audiological technology, lifestyle practices, cognitive training, psychology, clinical mindfulness & meditation.

Our goal is to empower you with the knowledge and the tools to become the expert of your own wellbeing.

 

More about Dr Saima Rajasingam

Dr Rajasingam undertook her BSc (Hons.) in Audiology at the UCL Ear Institute where she was awarded student prizes for both academic and clinical excellence. Through working with patients, she grew to understand better the real-life, everyday implications of hearing loss.

Before joining Cubex in 2015, Saima worked in the NHS and taught students of Clinical Audiology. She began her PhD in Auditory Perception at Aston University (Birmingham) in 2012 and achieved her doctorate in 2016. Her research explores some of the ways in which the brain makes sense of the complex mass of sounds arriving at our ears. Saima has continued to remain involved in research and teaching as an Honorary Lecturer at the UCL Ear Institute, incorporating evidence-based practice into the clinical care we offer at Cubex.

What drew me to Cubex was the commitment to high quality, individually-tailored care coupled with innovative, scientifically-driven treatments. What resonated most with me was the sincere commitment to helping people engage effortlessly with those they love and the world around them. I aim to view every person who steps through the door with fresh eyes, as unique individuals, deserving of the best possible care.

Saima has maintained commitments within the voluntary sector for over a decade now. Specifically, within Audiology, she assisted with developing services in the Northern Province, Sri Lanka (2011 and 2013) providing basic training to staff and students at Jaffna Teaching Hospital. More generally, she has been involved in the Ending Loneliness Project, a voluntary movement addressing the increasing impact of loneliness on young and older adults in the UK, alongside her interests in global healthcare.

 

You can also catch Saima on our Weekly TIP on ‘ Hearing Conversation with Saima’

Cubex Weekly TIP – When is it too early to take action?

Cubex Weekly TIP – A new drug is in development that may be able to restore hearing loss.

Hearing Conversation with Saima



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