Research tells us that giving patients more control over their own devices has numerous perceived benefits and could positively impact overall well-being.
In the last decade, a considerable amount of research has significantly extended our understanding of the impact of hearing loss on quality of life. We must use this knowledge and change the way we talk about it.
Children with hearing loss have reduced access to speech, even when they use hearing aids. Remote microphone systems can improve auditory access. Can they also improve language outcomes for children?
Phonak experts are collaborating with research teams globally to develop a clinical model for the assessment and management of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and in parallel are continuing research in this important space.
Our initial experience reinforces the decisions we make. That’s why a positive first fit enhances the opportunity for hearing aid success.
Living in a time when we no longer just take a marketing claim at face value, but rather prefer to experience it ourselves and make our own judgement.
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