Byline: Alison Dayani A HEARING aid dispenser and company director has been struck off for overcharging elderly patients.
What does HAD stand for?
HAD stands for Hearing Aid Dispenser
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- Hawaii Arts Center for Youth (Honolulu, HI)
- Housing Authority City of Yuma (Yuma, Arizona)
- 3-Hydroxyacyl-CoA Dehydrogenase (deficiency)
- Atlantic Haddock
- Halmstad, Sweden - Halmstad (Airport Code)
- Hardware Data Acquisition
- Harness Assembly Drawing (electrical wire assembly drawing for manufacturing of cable harness assemblies)
- Harrow Association of Disabled (UK)
- Headbangers Against Disco
- Health Assessment Document
- Heat Acquisition Devices
- Heat Activated Device
- Heated Air Ducting
- Hebrew Association of the Deaf (Philadelphia, PA)
- Heinemann Australian Dictionary
- Hemadsorption (laboratory virus testing)
- High Aluminum Defect
- High Availability Device
- HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) Associated Dementia
- Hole Accumulated Diode (Sony)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In mitigation, Foxcroft told the hearing that he had worked successfully and without incident as a hearing aid dispenser until very recently.
Joe Page, registered hearing aid dispenser at the Newcastle store, said: "We aim to force hearing health higher up the agenda and make it as commonplace as a trip to the dentist or the opticians.
One recent survey of hearing aid dispensers revealed that while more than half the respondents possessed the necessary equipment, only about 23 percent customarily used it during the hearing aid fitting process .
Registered hearing aid dispenser Chris Howle says: "What you do with your hearing in your 20s, 30s and 40s affects what happens later in life.
The Hearing Centre will be operated by David Hennessy, Registered Hearing Aid Dispenser He said: "Early detection is important, and so are regular hearing checks, which we encourage everyone to have at least once a year.
Phil Spenceley, registered hearing aid dispenser and director of Specsavers Hearcare Centre in Huddersfieid, launched the appeal after reading about the work of the charity Sound Seekers, which works to help deprived children who are heard of hearing.