Friday, June 18, 2010

New Harmony Listening Check for Cochlear Implants

"It sounds funny" is often the only way a small child knows to communicate that their hearing aid or cochlear implant is malfunctioning, but Advanced Bionics has introduced a new device that will allow adults to diagnose problems with their child's cochlear implant. The Harmony Listening Check is battery operated and portable, allowing kids to take it with them wherever they go, and it can check if the sound processor is working and if it's receiving proper input. It will come with Advanced Bionic's Pediatric Harmony Processor Kit and can also be purchased separately.

(via I look so I can hear... and Lily's Dad)

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