Experts in the field have come together to give clinicians and parents guidance on best practice for children with UHL. This guidance and hearing technologies, like the new Roger Focus II, can help bridge the education gap.
Offering the 8th International Pediatric Conference in a fully virtual format delivered new opportunities for sharing expert knowledge to more clinicians around the world. Here are highlights of the sessions and how you can still access the full program.
Remote microphone systems facilitate listening in noise and can reduce listening effort for youth with autism.
A newly published guide for understanding best practice recommendations for children with unilateral hearing loss will help parents consider what is important for their child after receiving a diagnosis.
The COVID-19 pandemic is requiring children to adapt to new learning situations and pandemic-related accommodations including social distancing, face masks and a strong reliance on technology. A recent study documented the educational challenges faced by children with hearing loss.
Pandemic or not – hearing and learning in the classroom remains a priority.
What happens when Phonak selects a passionate group of teens and gives them a voice? – They make a real difference and create a sense of community for other teens! Learn what resources are now available, thanks to the Phonak Teen Advisory Board.
Online resources that can help support families with children who are deaf/hard of hearing in their quest for information and resources.
In this interview, Dr. Anne Marie Tharpe shares the challenges children with UHL face and what she and other UHL experts have done to help clinicians who want to do the best for these children.
Audiologists possess a unique skill set that can aid in the assessment and management of listening challenges commonly experienced by children with autism.
This listening simulation can help you understand the different technologies so you can ensure students with hearing loss have the least restrictive access to education.
Teens with hearing loss may have greater difficulty transitioning into adulthood compared to their normal hearing peers. The Phonak Teen Advisory Board explored how we can help them to succeed.