Twenty-five internationally renowned experts convened for 2 full days to share research findings and best practice guidance with hearing care professionals worldwide.
With the changing landscape in hearing healthcare, it is important to adapt to emerging trends. Several articles published this past year can help you differentiate your services moving forward.
The HearingSuccess portal is filled with online resources so your clients can start practicing their listening skills right away.
Since 2016, thousands of hearing healthcare enthusiasts have subscribed to the Phonak Audiology Blog for weekly articles that are short and easy-to-digest.
In this short interview, Clinical Scientist, Judith Bird, shares tips on how to deliver effective audiological management for adults with severe and profound hearing loss and why the recently published guidelines are an important resource for hearing care professionals.
Reflecting on the most read blog articles of 2020 – many written to offer you extra support during this unprecedented year. We promise to continue providing valuable content in 2021 and look forward to introducing 2 new series to the Blog.
Hearing loss is linked with a faster rate of cognitive decline in older adults. Whether this is a causal relationship is still under debate, as is whether the use of hearing instruments can delay decline. In this interview, Professor Julia Sarant shares her latest research in this area and how it could impact your clinical practice.
and look forward to serving you in 2020!
Adapting communication resources is important because not every child in the world knows who wears a red suit and says “Ho, Ho, Ho”.
Exposure to two million more words a year could give a young child with hearing loss the information they need to reach their full potential.