Oticon hearing aids


Oticon hearing aids offers a variety of products as well as other great hearing products across the world. Products include hearing aid batteries, assistive listening devices, and hearing instruments. It also provides network professionals for hearing evaluation and hearing instrument fitting. The audiologists guide through the process of learning about hearing loss and how to improve the quality of life. Since the ear is so complex and intimate, Oticon hearing aid does not restore normal hearing. But it increases awareness to sounds and their sources. It is extremely important because communication cannot happen if one is not aware that someone is attempting to communicate with. Oticon hearing aid can make most speech available at comfortable volume based on the specific hearing loss. It is to be kept in mind that the brain is the processor of speech. It is not realistic to expect hearing aids to restore speech understanding as soon as one puts them in the ears. It takes few weeks to get it adjusted and benefited from this introduction of sound. The Oticon hearing aids keep the brain active in the processing of sounds and also decrease stress levels that make communication easier.

Foundation of Oticon hearing aids

When Hans Demant founded Oticon in 1904, he was driven by a profound desire to help his hard-of-hearing wife and others with similar problems lead a better life. Inspired by this humanistic philosophy, his son and successor William Demant later created the charitable Oticon Foundation. Today the Oticon Foundation is the majority shareholder in Oticon and is committed through its statutes to support the needs of the hearing impaired. Thus, everything we do at Oticon originates from a desire to help people. Thus Oticon believes in, to help people live the life they want with the hearing they have.

Conclusion

Oticon has developed a range of high quality hearing instruments that offer individual solutions for people with individual lifestyles. Together with your hearing care professional you will be able to find the best possible fit. Oticon has a long tradition of serving children with hearing difficulty and of supporting hearing care professionals working with children. We believe that helping children go well beyond the benefits of hearing instruments.

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