For the millions of people with milder, but still meaningful, hearing disorders there are few good options.
In Part 5 of this 5-part series, The Hearing Review’s roundtable of hearing care professionals discusses alternate dispensing channels, personal sound amplification products (PSAPs), Internet and mail-order hearing aids, and how to advise consumers and clients about these products.
Are infants born with knowledge about what human words sound like? Are infants biased to consider certain sound sequences as more word-like than others? A new study suggests that, indeed, this is the case.
Brandon Sawalich, senior vice president at Starkey Hearing Technologies, has been elected to the Board of Directors for Special Olympics Minnesota.
Researchers in Munich have found that, depending on the input signal, neurons generate action potentials either near or far away from the cell body. This flexibility improves our ability to localize sound sources, say the scientists.
More than a dozen employees from Audigy’s family of companies extended an invitation to 69 teenagers to enjoy an afternoon of bowling and relaxation at a local bowling alley.
US hearing aid unit sales in the first quarter of 2014 increased by less than a percentage point (0.95%) for the total market, and by one-tenth of a percent (0.12%) for the commercial (non-VA) sector compared to the same period last year, according to recently released HIA statistics.
In Part 4 of this 5-part series, our roundtable takes on the topics of marketing and outreach to physicians, changing attitudes about hearing aids in younger patients, and a greater willingness to try new technology.
Starkey Hearing Technologies announces that Halo™, its new Made for iPhone® hearing aid, has been honored with a red dot award.
Oticon seeks nominations of outstanding individuals with any degree of hearing loss, as well as a special hearing care professional who goes “above and beyond,” for its 2014 Oticon Focus on People Awards. Deadline for nominations is May 15.