November 16, 2020
myPhonak app

myPhonak app lets me pretend I’m an audiologist

The myPhonak app is designed to give Phonak wearers a more enhanced and personalized hearing experience.
October 30, 2020
technology and accessibility

Accessible technology for people with hearing loss

In today’s fast moving world, technology is central in communication, productivity and success. But when it comes to technology and accessibility, it’s not always an even playing field. While there […]
November 29, 2019
improved hearing aids

Can learning how the brain listens in loud settings lead to improved hearing aids?

Scientists have come one step closer to solving the “cocktail party problem.” In a crowded room, the brain can easily focus on a single speaker. The brain of a hearing […]
November 22, 2019
hearing aid evolution

Hearing Aid Evolution – An Imagined Retrospective

As a hearing aid wearer, I’ve always been fascinated with hearing aid evolution. The device has come a long way. Who knows what it'll be like in the future.
November 12, 2019

How to make the ultimate deaf travel kit

After recently jetting off to Nepal, I’ve never been more prepared for any holiday. I will be sightseeing, volunteering, renovating, and even trekking in the mountains! Now I’m letting you […]
July 3, 2019
improving accessibility through cymatics

Improving Accessibility Through Cymatics

CymaSpace is a non-profit performance venue and technology incubator based in Portland, Oregon that uses cymatics to improve accessibility for the deaf and hard of hearing community.
June 6, 2019
Apple watch hearing

The Apple Watch will now help protect your hearing

When living in an actively loud world, we often forget to protect our hearing. Apple is taking the lead in changing this by adding a noise monitoring feature to their […]
April 26, 2019
organizing your hearing technology

Tips for Organizing Your Hearing Technology

With hearing loss part of your daily routine, here are some tips on organizing your hearing technology to make life a little easier!
April 25, 2019
deaf space

How deaf space and deaf gain inspire author Michael Chorost

When it comes to writing about deaf space, Michael Chorost is the man. An author and technology theorist, Chorost considers his body the future. The bilateral cochlear implant wearer covered […]
March 29, 2019
accessible home for deaf and hard of hearing people

How to create an accessible home for deaf and hard of hearing people

There are many changes, both big and small, that can be made to a home in order to fit the needs and preferences of those who live in it.
March 24, 2019
hearing technology at school

Tips for troubleshooting hearing technology at school

Over the years I have had a lot of experience with troubleshooting hearing technology at school. Sometimes it’s my own, and sometimes the FM system provided by the school requires […]
March 4, 2019
hearing technology

Appreciating Hearing Technology

It took a while for Louise to appreciate the benefit she received from her hearing aid. Now, this physiotherapist takes full advantage.
July 10, 2018
old for hearing aids

Why you’re never too old to try hearing aids

Walk down any busy street and you will see a plethora of people engaged in their technology. Specifically, their mobile phones. It’s sometimes surprising when we notice a number of […]
September 27, 2017
best technology for hearing loss

Why I was born at the perfect time to have a hearing loss

What a time to be hard of hearing. I often contemplate the fact that I was born at the right time to have a hearing loss. If I was alive […]
June 12, 2017

The one hearing aid accessory that makes parenting so much easier

Utilizing the Phonak Roger Inspiro at home with hearing aids made a huge difference while parenting our children with hearing loss.
May 15, 2017
compilot air

Connecting my hearing aids to technology

As a young adult, I’m constantly using my phone and computer to communicate and stay connected with the world, so of course I expect my hearing aids to be compatible with […]
May 10, 2017
deaf creative director

How a deaf creative director uses technology to achieve his dreams

Peter is completely deaf in one ear and have about 35-40 percent hearing in the other ear, but is fully equipped with hearing technology.
February 24, 2017
hearing loss podcast

Hearing Tech Talk: What is a hearing aid?

What is a hearing aid? What is a PSAP? What is a "hearable"? These are some of the questions answered in the first-ever Hearing Like Me podcast.
January 6, 2017
my experience with phonak hearing aids with phonak autosenseos

How Hearing Aids with AutoSense OS Affected my Travels

As a hearing aid wearer with 40 years of experience, it's been fascinating to have Phonak's AutoSense OS operating system in my new hearing aids.
September 5, 2016

How deaf people can benefit from wearables

Technologies such as smart watches can provide a lot of benefits to making life easier - especially for deaf people.