The Phonak hearing aid is produced by internationally active and renowned Swiss company Sonova (formerly known as Phonak) with years of medical experience and specifically hearing care solution technology research, and they’re one of the largest providers to the sector worldwide. Sonova works on both hearing aids and cochlear implants, and trusted Phonak goods are sold in over 90 countries across the globe…..
In 2010 the World Health Organisation published a study that showed that 360 million people worldwide have disabling hearing loss, and one in five teenagers have hearing loss. These numbers have probably escalated, considering that the study took place six years ago. Hearing loss is a pervasive problem, but one that is not taken seriously enough……
As we move towards summer, a lot of people talk about heading to the beach, summer-wear and all things outdoors. With the extremely high temperatures during the summer, most people love to go swimming. It is therefore imperative that every child needs to have access to swimming lessons, not only because it’s an excellent form of exercise…..
The term ‘deaf’ refers to the condition whereby the ear does not respond to sound the way that it should and does with someone who is not effected by deafness, or ‘hard of hearing’ – which is when someone is unable to hear clearly and easily. In this blog, we will look at the difference between the two…..
Most hearing aids are designed to be resistant to moisture, and can even survive being soaked or drenched. Nonetheless, they should be kept away from water as much as possible like most electric devices because it can damage them substantially. However in life we deal with accidents and unforeseen circumstances, such as getting rained on and then your device gets wet…….