For more than 15 years, Phonak Focus has been a respected source of valuable information for hearingcare professionals. To date, more than 30 issues have been published, containing articles and contributions from both Phonak experts and internationally renowned audiological professionals. Phonak Focus has now ventured into the audio-visual medium with the introduction of Phonak Video Focus.
NEW: Video Focus 4 In the tradition of Phonak Focus, "Hearing Care for Infants: Strategies for a Sound Beginning", describes the important steps required to serve the needs of infants with bilateral sensorineural hearing loss in their first year of life. This valuable teaching tool for clinicians was created in collaboration with internationally recognized experts in pediatric audiology. The Video is available in VHS (English) and DVD (English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Danish).
Take a look at the informative reference guide to the Video Focus 4.
Video Focus 3 "FM systems for children: Rationale, Selection and Verification Strategies", illustrates how FM systems can improve the ability of hearing impaired children to hear in difficult listening situations.
The first part concentrates on general information about FM use and the many advantages.
The second part provides more technical information on fitting and verification.
Video Focus 2 "Pediatric Hearing Instrument Fitting" is the logical continuation of Video Focus 1 concentrating on the necessary steps in a systematic pediatric hearing instrument fitting and is based on Prof. Seewald's Desired Sensation Level (DSL) method.
Video Focus 1 "Pediatric Hearing Assessment" is devoted to the early identification and diagnosis of children with hearing loss.
Phonak Australasia Pty Ltd | Wireless & Hearing Systems
The Phonak Group specializes in the design, development, production and worldwide distribution of technologically advanced wireless and hearing systems.
The combination of expertise in hearing technology and a strong cooperation with the hearing healthcare professionals allows Phonak to make a substantial improvement in the quality of life, especially of individuals with hearing impairment.
Today, with multiple brands and distribution channels, the Phonak Group offers a complete range of digital hearing instruments, along with high tech specialty products and complementary wireless communications systems. With more than 2,500 employees worldwide, the Phonak Group is one of the three technology leaders in the industry.