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What are the digital demands of Gen Z?

Smart and Switched on: Gen Z hearing aid wearers Today’s teens are digital natives, and they need connectivity. Generation Z is the world’s first generation of true “digital natives,” and to them, a smartphone is not a piece of technology, but simply, part of life. They don’t know a world without high-speed internet and social […]

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January 2019 Tips & Tricks

Provide Live, Automated Captions to Students With Hearing Loss Helping students understand in the modern classroom is critical — and not always easy. Our Roger for Education portfolio can improve understanding through ear level solutions, Soundfield solutions and now through classroom speech-to-text solutions. Learn more about using Roger with speech-to-text vendors, like Microsoft and Interact […]

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How Does SoundRecover2 Help Children and Teens?

How Does SoundRecover2 Help Children and Teens? Whether 13 months or 13 years, everything in a child’s world is novel. Having clear access to speech sounds is critical. SoundRecover2 provides as much high-frequency audibility as possible for children and teens. And unlike other manufacturers’ high-frequency compression strategies, you do not need to turn off other advanced […]

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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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Engaging Families in Their Child’s Hearing Care Management

Engaging Families in Their Child’s Hearing Care Management The Phonak Pediatric Family-Centered Care (FCC) initiative recently created a Question Prompt List (QPL) to help parents get the information they need during their child’s clinic visit. It covers three main categories: Our Child’s Diagnosis Family Concerns Management of Devices Providing the QPL to parents as part […]

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