Hearing impaired Toddler

Give Children Access to More Spoken Language With Roger

Give Children Access to More Spoken Language With Roger It’s critical to provide early and immediate access to sound after a hearing loss is identified. Here are three tips to help your pediatric patients get ready for school using Roger technology. To be ready for school, a child needs 45 million words   Everything in a […]

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New PARC Members

New Faces to PARC

Welcome New Faces to PARC In July, two new research audiologists joined the Phonak Audiologist Research Center (PARC). Meet: Ashley Wright, Au.D., Phonak Research Audiologist   Education: Temple University, BA; Rush University, Au.D. Why did you choose the field of audiology? I was originally pursuing a linguistics undergraduate degree when I became the caretaker for my […]

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Depression-and-Hearing-Loss

Linking Untreated Hearing Loss and Depression

[Wellness Corner] Linking Untreated Hearing Loss and Depression By Christine Jones, Au.D., Phonak Audiology Vice President Imagine not hearing someone during a conversation, especially in a noisy environment, like a restaurant. The awkwardness of having to ask the person continually to repeat what they said raises your embarrassment level until you stop asking. Finally, what […]

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