Roger Focus II

Helps your child to focus by delivering the teacher’s voice directly to your child’s ear

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    Less distraction

    Improves access to the teacher’s voice so your child can concentrate

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    Enhanced understanding

    Research shows an improvement in speech understanding by an average of 53%1

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    Seamless fit

    This lightweight receiver allows your child to get on and enjoy life

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    Volume control

    Volume that's easily adjustable by your child, for optimal comfort and understanding

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    Tough enough

    Resistant to water and dust, so nothing gets in the way of your child's fun


Phonak Roger Focus II

Roger Focus II boasts an array of features, including rechargeability, lockable volume control, SlimTube and tamperproof battery door. It comes in two models: rechargeable (Roger Focus II) and a Zinc Air battery version (Roger Focus II-312). Roger Focus II-312 has a tamperproof battery door; keeping batteries away from curious fingers and mouths. The rechargeable model comes in a wide range of pediatric colors.  

Gary Rance (PhD), Associate Professor, Department of Audiology & Speech Pathology, The University of Melbourne

In our study of school-aged children with ASD, children could hear the teacher’s words better, communicate with their fellow students better and were generally more engaged in classroom activities.

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User instructions

Want to find out more about how to use your Roger Focus II? Consult our support section for useful instruction videos.

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1 Rance, G., Saunders, K., Carew, P., Johansson, M., Tan, J. (2014). The use of listening devices to ameliorate auditory deficit in children with autism. The Journal of Pediatrics, 352 – 357.