Deaf children tend to respond really well to games that stimulate all of the senses, which is why I have gathered 5 of my favorite DIY sensory activities.
Jaden is in 4th grade and just heard the sound of wind for the first time, thanks to his Phonak CROS Hearing Aid and Phonak Sky V.
“The journey started just on day two of life,” says Melissa Hyder.”Both of my children did not pass the newborn hearing screening test that was performed at the hospital.” Melissa, […]
Utilizing the Phonak Roger Inspiro at home with hearing aids made a huge difference while parenting our children with hearing loss.
If you have an infant wearing hearing aids, then you know how incredible it is to have your child hear your voice clearly for the first time. However, you might […]
As a “Phonak hEARo” and HearingLikeMe.com writer, Phonak’s 70th anniversary is an opportunity to reflect on and thank those special people who have been influential with getting me where I […]
Emily Mikoski, mother of Max, author of Max and His Hearing Aids, wrote a children’s book based off of her son’s experiences to provide a resource for families who are […]
My daughter, Lucy, got hearing aids when she was three. The road from her failed newborn hearing screening to the day she was fit with her hearing aids was a […]
My family loves the summertime and having Roger wireless microphone products to connect with hearing aids makes our summer experiences so much more memorable. Summer break is here and my […]
“What caused the hearing loss?” The one question that continued to circle around us when we first found out our son is hard of hearing. We were shocked. Ayden was […]
I’ve always been a fan of music, but as I slowly lost my hearing the songs didn’t sound right. Do hearing aids make music sound better? In my case they changed my life.
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela Teachers are amazing. Their ability to juggle multiple levels and abilities of students […]
Growing up wearing hearing aids, my children heard the question, “What is in your ears?” more times than we can count. The question typically comes from a curious child or […]
I always say that anything is possible in life, although it would be a perfectly understandable assumption for people to think that some activities could be too difficult for deaf […]
This article is originally appeared on The Deaf Geeky Guy blog and is written by Todd Fonder. A wise man once said “If you wear your hearing aids, embrace them. Be appreciative […]
Recently, I was lucky enough to join the Here to Hear Tour for a few days. During my time there I met up with fellow “Phonak hEARos.” Spending time […]
Celebrating holidays with hearing loss can bring challenges. Here are some simple ways to make holidays special for those with hearing loss.
As a mom of children with hearing loss, I’ve realized how living with hearing loss will have unique setbacks. Though I’ve also realized that life isn’t about how well you […]
“Mom, Dad, why do I wear hearing aids and you don’t?” My son asked with curiosity mixed with confusion in his eyes. When Ayden first expressed his awareness of his […]
“If you want to find happiness, find gratitude” – Steve Maraboli. Practicing gratitude has been a goal for my family over the past year. One way we have done this […]