Tap Control is a new feature in Phonak Audéo Paradise 90 and 70 level rechargeable hearing aids that expands the way an end user can activate or access various functionalities.
Hearing aids with advanced connectivity features, like Phonak Audéo Paradise, have the potential to provide your clients with numerous benefits, including the technology needed to support independent living!
Hearing care professionals now have more control and flexibility when it comes to managing the feedback system in Phonak Paradise hearing aids. Here is useful guidance in setting the feedback management system in the best reasonable way, achieving the gain desired for your clients.
Choosing a remote microphone system for the classroom should be done by considering the functional needs of the student with hearing loss. Drawing upon empirical evidence, professional knowledge, and the author’s own personal experiences as an audiologist with profound hearing loss, Peter Stelmacovich shows the differences in performance that can be expected from these different technologies.
A recent field trial shows that a Roger™ receiver is faster and easier to set up in hearing aids with RogerDirect™ than previous systems requiring external receivers.
Researchers at Phonak Audiology Research Center share how well AudiogramDirect conducted via a Remote Support session compares to a conventional audiogram, as well as tips for a successful assessment.
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