Want to help children with unilateral hearing loss or auditory processing deficits hear their teacher’s better? Two recent studies highlight the proven benefits of Roger Focus II.
This challenge could not have been truer than for our recent study conducted in collaboration with the research team at Hörzentrum Oldenburg in Germany.
Interdisciplinary clinics are beginning to introduce clinic-based parent-to-parent support. Learn about the benefits of the ‘family consultant’ role.
Research Audiologist, Dr. Elizabeth Stewart, summarizes findings from a recent study looking at some of the challenges clinicians face when providing hearing healthcare to culturally and linguistically diverse families and a few ways these challenges can be overcome.
Features in the myPhonak Junior app allow children to participate in their hearing healthcare with support from their parents and audiologist.
With the new Dual adaptive feature in Target, you can give kids their preferred Roger setting for the classroom. Audiologist Jodie Nelson shares recent research that identifies which kids can benefit from it.
Dr. Karen Muñoz shares 5 key considerations for including eHealth as part of your protocol with parents and a resource to help you get started.
Dr. Danielle Glista shares what a connected care model looks like and how using it could potentially help bring greater collaboration between you and your families.
A communication tool for pediatric audiologists – designed to support conversations with families and improve the effectiveness of our recommendations.
Audiologist Jane Woodward shares tried and tested tips to consider the next time your patient is hiding under the table.
Can functional brain imaging tell us how hearing aid use in children is related to working memory? Researchers at Boys Town National Research Hospital answer this question.
Learn how expert guidance, Roger Focus II and Phonak CROS technology can help your kids in the classroom this new academic year.