During this unprecedented time, we should all stay at home to minimize the spread of the virus. But that shouldn’t keep us from being productive or connecting with others.
As we all do our part to overcome this pandemic, here are some helpful resources to keep your ears and mind engaged.
Prevention methods such as frequent hand-washing, wearing a face covering, and social distancing, are the most effective means of protecting yourself and your CI system during the pandemic. If you are concerned that your equipment may be contaminated, check out this video to learn how to disinfect your sound processor while minimizing potential damage. It is important to note that none of these substances have been tested for use with your sound processor.
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Supporting the well-being of your patients during self-isolation
This article provides helpful tips hearing care professionals can share with patients to help keep them socially connected and engaged in healthy activities during the coronavirus outbreak.
Tools for Toddlers & Tools for Schools
Designed for parents and professionals, here are resources to help kids with hearing loss and cochlear implants get a head start and succeed in the classroom