Staying connected to the important things in life

Sam Edwards knew something wasn’t right when he started to withdraw from his otherwise active lifestyle. “I was tired of leaning forward in conversations, asking people to repeat things and my wife yelling at me,” he said. “I knew something had to be done.”

When properly fit with Phonak hearing aids, people with hearing loss can stay connected to the things that matter the most to them.

1. Connecting With Family

Before being fit with his Phonak Audéo™ hearing aids, Bob Von Halle avoided taking calls because it was impossible for him to hear. However, the first thing he did straight out of his hearing care provider’s office was call his wife on his cell phone. “I could hear everything she said. It was as if she was sitting right next to me in the car,” he said.

2. Connecting socially

“At this point in my life, I just want to enjoy conversations and shows instead of always asking, ‘What did I miss?’ or ‘What did they say?’,” said Ken Strugalla.

Strugalla volunteers as an usher for the local theater. With his Phonak Audéo hearing aids, he’s able to understand all the dialog even when he sits in the back row.

3. Connect with nature

Because of her hearing aids, Carol Stephan can enjoy the sounds birds make while walking her granddaughter in the park. “I could discern between the different chirps and beeps and everything. I would say, ‘Oh, listen, that’s a bluebird … or a cardinal,’ because hearing aids just do that for you.”

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