Your Personalised Audiological And Hearing Healthcare Service
SoundLife is a one-stop hearing healthcare centre that focuses on the diagnosis and management of hearing disorders. We offer a complete range of hearing products and solutions for both adults and children. We strive to provide professional and personalised hearing services by our trained audiologists. Our goal is to promote hearing healthcare as a part of a healthy lifestyle.
Our Hearing Center
Our mission is to promote hearing healthcare as a part of healthy lifestyle, to raise hearing awareness in the public, to remove stigma of the society towards hearing impaired person with hearing aid and most importantly, to empower people who suffered from hearing loss to live life to its fullest with the latest hearing aids or cochlear implant.
Our DrivesMany people do not know the value of good hearing until they gradually lose it. Hearing awareness in Malaysia is way too low as compared to the advanced countries. WHO states that for those people who are above 65 years old, it is 40% more likely that they would have a certain degree of hearing loss.
Without the yearly hearing screening done, most elderly in their 70’s, 80’s or 90’s who came to the clinic, at first denied themselves having hearing loss at the first stage. However, they’re more likely to be diagnosed with various severity of hearing loss after an audiologist's hearing evaluation. Most of the time, people will associate hearing loss as a sign of aging and they choose to live with it without seeking any professional help. This is because the people are not aware of the impact of hearing loss. Hearing loss does not only cause the lack of sound awareness to the surroundings and communication difficulties, but it can also indirectly cause mental problems such as dementia and Alzheimer disorder. Moreover, as the hearing loss gets worse gradually, it takes longer for a person to retrain their brain to readapt to the world of sounds.
Founder & Chief Audiologist
B. Audiology (Hons.) UKM 2011, Certified Dangerous Decibels Educator
English, Malay, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien
Alleya has 9 years working experience as an Audiologist across different sub-industry in the Audiology field. She used to work with Siemens hearing aid manufacturer as product audiologist, Medel Cochlear Implant company, Manipal Hospital and other hearing aid centres as a clinical audiologist which gave her vast experience to handle different hearing loss and tinnitus cases whose patients are ranging from newborn to elderly.
She is passionate about conducting hearing awareness to the public because 'Sound is Life'. Living in the world of sounds can transform a person’s lifestyle and personality. She had spoken about hearing awareness talk topics for the church, e-sport events and various health events in collaboration with other NGOs. She is also an advocate for “Real Ear Measurements (REM)” – the Golden hearing aid fitting principle that uses specific equipment to all hearing aids fitted as Soundlife because she believes fitting the hearing aids at optimal levels by using the right tool provides higher satisfaction to the hearing aid users.
Tevaniya A/P Ellangovan
Bsc (Speech & Hearing), JSSISH Mysore, India 2018
English, Malay, Tamil
Tevaniya received her full scholarship to complete her Degree, Bachelors of Science specialized in Speech and Hearing in Mysore, India. She graduated with a First Class Degree with 1 year of clinical experience at Mysore. She worked as a Speech Therapist for 6 months in a Rehabilitation Centre before joining Soundlife Hearing.
She is keener in this Audiology field and Hearing Aids Industry. She has practiced as an Audiologist in Soundlife Hearing PJ for more than 1 year now. Her main goals are to create awareness to the public about The Importance of Early Identification and Intervention of Hearing, Speech-Language, and Communication-related problems.
Mah Ho Yan
B. Audiology (Hons) UKM 2020, Certified Dangerous Decibels Educator
English, Malay, Mandarin, Cantonese
Ho Yan is a fresh but enthusiastic audiologist who is passionate about making a positive impact and improving the quality of life in people with hearing loss. While following the best practices, she believes that the patient-centered care approach is the key element to achieve optimal outcomes in providing audiological services.