Children discover their world through every serve and return

Essential building blocks for your child’s development

Durable, tamperproof solutions that give little ones access to the sounds that will become the foundation for spoken language

Hearing solutions for infants and toddlers

Infants and toddlers make sense of their world through serve and return interactions.

They need hearing aids that can adapt and give them clarity of speech and an understanding of their environment. This helps to maximize the serve and returns available to them.

Additionally, having hearing aids that are designed to be worn all-day while being comfortable, reliable and safe to wear, gives children the confidence to fully participate, regardless of the listening situation.

Strengthen a child’s close bonds

Because hearing well is essential for a child to access conversations with loved ones.

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Roger™ solutions

Phonak Sky™ Marvel

The optimal pediatric hearing portfolio

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Roger™ solutions

A young child's best friend

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Sky Marvel and Roger™
 

Sky Marvel is the world’s first pediatric hearing aid that can directly stream Roger without the need for attaching an external receiver. This unbeatable combination gives children easier access to more words and more conversations.1

Simple functionality

For parents and young listeners, a hearing aid should be easy to use. Sky Marvel is equipped with a newly designed indicator light that clearly confirms the status of the hearing aid. The visual alerts are programmable and can offer parents with young children the reassurance that the hearing aids are powered on and receiving a Roger signal.

Safe and sound

Phonak complies with the IEC standard of tamperproofing for children aged up to 36 months. Young listeners are safeguarded thanks to the tamperproof earhook and new tamperproof battery door Sky M-PR, features a built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery that cannot be removed and swallowed.

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Don't hold back

Designed for your little active explorer, Phonak Sky™ Marvel hearing aids are robust, water resistant and dust tight allowing children to explore and play, even when life gets a little wet.*

*IP68 indicates that the hearing aid is water resistant and dust tight. It survived continuously in 1 meter of water for 60 minutes and 8 hours in a dust chamber as per the IEC 60529 standard.

The foundation for speech development

Sky Marvel is built around the knowledge of how important words and conversations are for a child’s development and the challenging listening environments that young listeners encounter.

Access to more words and more conversations

Using a Roger system in challenging listening situations like the car or at the park, allows your child to hear more of your interactions.

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Fun musical approach to develop listening and language

The BabyBeats™ early intervention resource app is filled with motivating and fun musical activities for parents of babies and toddlers with hearing loss to bond, play and learn together.

Download BabyBeats and watch your child’s face light up in response to the music, sound, voices and movement.

Available in English, Spanish and Dutch for iPhone® and Android™

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Stimulate the development of spoken language and listening skills in children

Listening is now a lot more fun

The Listening Room™ is a host of free, fun activities and resources to support and stimulate the development of spoken language and listening skills in children of all ages, , and all degrees of hearing loss.

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Mix & Match your Phonak Sky M hearing aid

Mix & Match colors

Let little ones play around and see how Phonak Sky Marvel looks in their favorite color combos.

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Mix & Match your Phonak Sky V hearing aid

Mix and match colours

Let little ones play around and see how Phonak Sky V looks in their favorite colour combos

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Footnotes

1Thibodeau, L. (2014). Comparison of speech recognition with adaptive digital and FM wireless technology by listeners who use hearing aids. American Journal of Audiology, 23(2), 201-210 + link to the Roger Select page