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.
Helping patients to move toward hearing devices isn’t always a cut-and-dry process. It takes time, energy, and a combination of in-office appointments and Remote Support sessions.
In this interview, Stefan Launer speaks to all things custom – past, present and future. We discuss challenges that have been overcome to create smaller products with greater functionality and we look towards challenges and future potential in this realm.
While hearing aid accessories have not always been viewed as ‘essential’, with social distancing and wearing masks making it harder for communication, it’s time to change our mindset.
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