Master your hearing problems at work

Regain your focus and boost your hearing performance.

Overcome hearing loss at work with a Phonak hearing

Boost your hearing performance and regain your focus

Listening at work

Work can, at times, be demanding. It can be all the more challenging, however, if you experience hearing loss. Work requires us to communicate and interact on different levels, so having the confidence to hear well and the ability to focus on whatever you choose in challenging listening situations is key. 

Advanced hearing aid technology does a great job of helping you hear friends and colleagues. However, when hearing in noisy places or at a distance, even the most powerful hearing aids have limitations. For this reason, we have developed state-of-the-art wireless microphones to give your hearing aids a boost. Placed on a table or clipped on to a speaker’s clothing, the microphones transmit speech clearly from wherever the conversation takes place.

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Communicate better at work with a Phonak hearing aid 

Hearing loss at work can be extremely detrimental. Communicating with clients and colleagues is essential. From telephone calls to meetings, presentations to conversations, it’s very common for people with a serious hearing loss to create a work-around and compensate for their listening difficulties. This includes tactics like avoiding group discussions for face-to-face conversations or arriving first at a meeting to strategically get the best possible ‘listening’ position. It shouldn’t have to be that way, so to keep you and your career on track, we’ve created various hearing solutions to deal with just about every listening scenario that you’re likely to encounter. 

Better than anything else I’ve tried before
 

Phonak hearing aid testimonial – Bill Barkeley 

 

I have a hearing loss, but I don’t want to let it stop me from living the way I want and can. By luck, I found out that there are modern technical aids that make a difference. Roger Table Mic, for example.

Karin Truedsson
 

Roger is a wireless technology used…
 

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across all ages

 
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across all degree of hearing loss

 
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across all types of hearing solutions

 

Hear better at work

Situations with background noise or where the sound source is at a distance are when Roger truly excels.
 

Microphones for better hearing

 

Experience the difference!

 

Listen to how Roger Table Mic II distinguishes spoken words and transmits speech to hearing aids from wherever the conversation takes place.

Click “Start” and use the remote control to turn Roger Table Mic II on and off to hear the difference.

Reimbursement
 

Roger systems needed for work are often, partly or fully, reimbursed. Hearing care professionals offering the Roger portfolio can help you apply for reimbursement and support you in the application process.

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Hear better in noisy situations with MultiBeam Technology*

MultiBeam Technology allows for exceptional speech understanding in group conversations. By utilizing multiple microphones in six directions, speech from a 360° radius is calculated and compared. The direction with the best clarity is automatically selected. 

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Say goodbye to hearing loss at

Regardless of your type of hearing loss, we’ve got the winning combination to suit your needs. Packed with powerful state-of-the-art technology, our hearing aids can be combined with an array of accessories to give you an extra boost whenever necessary. Don’t tolerate hearing loss at work – a Phonak hearing aid is the simple solution. 

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