Phonak Audiology blog by the numbers – 4 years, 208 weeks and more than 300 articles!
Motion Sensor Hearing in Audéo Paradise allows users to have a conversation while walking in a noisy place and have more awareness of the environment.
Research at the Phonak Audiology Research Center (PARC) gives insight to HCPs to help navigate client’s complaints in environments where face masks are commonplace.
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, Gina Angley, AuD, shares research findings showing how adopting this service delivery model improves patient care and practical tips to ensure you are eAudiology ready!
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. Find out about the latest research in this area and how it could impact your clinical practice.
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