Two drivers, one bus – A novel tool for promoting pediatric family-centered care.
Through eAudiology services like Phonak Remote Support, teens, who often become resistant to wearing their hearing technology or regularly miss clinic appointments, can become reengaged with their own hearing healthcare.
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?
What Phoebe taught me about unilateral hearing loss – there is always more to learn in this field.
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.
On a daily basis, teens contend with complicated problems and choices. Talking about complications can help!
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