Below you will find a compiled list of resources regarding the use and care of hearing technology. Remember to consult your audiologist and Listen and Talk provider when you have questions about your child’s listening and language development.

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Dr. Cliff Olson, Audiologist and Founder of Applied Hearing Solutions in Anthem Arizona, discusses how Bone Conduction Hearing Aids work.  

Website: https://www.DrCliffAuD.com

Clinic Website: https://www.AppliedHearingAZ.com

Over 90% of hearing losses require the use of traditional hearing aids.  For the other 10%, a different treatment method is needed.  If you have Single Sided Deafness (SSD), a Conductive Hearing Loss, or Mixed hearing loss, you may have the option of a Bone Conduction Hearing Aid.  Video: 3 types of Hearing Loss: https://youtu.be/D6hxNW7fHj0

A Bone Conduction Hearing Aid works by stimulating the Cochlea directly with vibration through the skull.  This direct vibration bypasses the outer ear and middle ear.  In the case of Single Sided Deafness, this signal passes around the skull to the opposite side ear that works properly.  Video:  Single Sided Hearing Loss Options: https://youtu.be/16LC2FYu1-U

For a Conductive hearing loss, the Bone Conduction Hearing Aid will transmit sound to the cochlea through the skull which bypasses the conductive hearing loss.

For a Mixed hearing loss, the Bone Conduction Hearing Aid will bypass the Conductive Hearing Loss and increase the stimulation to the Cochlea to overcome the Sensorineural portion of the Mixed hearing loss.

There are 4 different methods for using bone conduction devices.  

1. Abutment - When a titanium post is surgically implanted into your skull.  You then attach the Bone Conduction Hearing Aid or Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (BAHA)

2. Magnet - When a magnet is surgically implanted into your skull. You then attach the Bone Conduction Aid on a magnet that attaches through the skull.

3. Headband - Generally reserved for children, but the band will keep the Bone Conduction device firmly in place.  This can also be relatively uncomfortable.

4. Adhesive Pad - This pad attaches via behind your ear on your mastoid bone.  You then attach a Bone Conduction Device to the sticky pad.  Not available in the USA at the time of this recording.

Dr. Cliff Olson, Audiologist and Founder of Applied Hearing Solutions in Anthem Arizona, discusses how Bone Conduction Hearing Aids work.

Website: https://www.DrCliffAuD.com

Clinic Website: https://www.AppliedHearingAZ.com

Over 90% of hearing losses require the use of traditional hearing aids. For the other 10%, a different treatment method is needed. If you have Single Sided Deafness (SSD), a Conductive Hearing Loss, or Mixed hearing loss, you may have the option of a Bone Conduction Hearing Aid. Video: 3 types of Hearing Loss: https://youtu.be/D6hxNW7fHj0

A Bone Conduction Hearing Aid works by stimulating the Cochlea directly with vibration through the skull. This direct vibration bypasses the outer ear and middle ear. In the case of Single Sided Deafness, this signal passes around the skull to the opposite side ear that works properly. Video: Single Sided Hearing Loss Options: https://youtu.be/16LC2FYu1-U

For a Conductive hearing loss, the Bone Conduction Hearing Aid will transmit sound to the cochlea through the skull which bypasses the conductive hearing loss.

For a Mixed hearing loss, the Bone Conduction Hearing Aid will bypass the Conductive Hearing Loss and increase the stimulation to the Cochlea to overcome the Sensorineural portion of the Mixed hearing loss.

There are 4 different methods for using bone conduction devices.

1. Abutment - When a titanium post is surgically implanted into your skull. You then attach the Bone Conduction Hearing Aid or Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (BAHA)

2. Magnet - When a magnet is surgically implanted into your skull. You then attach the Bone Conduction Aid on a magnet that attaches through the skull.

3. Headband - Generally reserved for children, but the band will keep the Bone Conduction device firmly in place. This can also be relatively uncomfortable.

4. Adhesive Pad - This pad attaches via behind your ear on your mastoid bone. You then attach a Bone Conduction Device to the sticky pad. Not available in the USA at the time of this recording.

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Here are some tips for cleaning and maintaining your Cochlear™ Baha® 6 Max Sound Processor. Every day your Baha 6 Max Sound Processor can be exposed to the elements – hot and cold weather, humidity, dust and wind. Taking proper care of your sound processor helps to keep it working properly, so you can get the most out of your hearing.

For more Baha 6 Max support, see the Baha 6 Max Sound Processor user manual.

Cochlear Baha hearing solutions use the body’s natural ability to deliver sound through bone conduction. If you have conductive hearing loss, mixed hearing loss or single-sided deafness (SSD), a Baha System or Baha Start may be the right hearing solution for you.
For more information about Baha hearing solutions, the Baha 6 Max Sound Processor and more support resources, visit www.cochlear.com

Please seek advice from your health professional about treatments for hearing loss. Outcomes may vary, and your health professional will advise you about the factors which could affect your outcome. Always read the instructions for use. Not all products are available in all countries. Please contact your local Cochlear representative for product information. In Australia, Baha bone conduction implant systems are intended for the treatment of moderate to profound hearing loss.
Cochlear, Baha, 科利耳, コクレア, 코클리어, Hear now. And always, SmartSound, the elliptical logo, and marks bearing an ® or ™ symbol, are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Cochlear Bone Anchored Solutions AB or Cochlear Limited (unless otherwise noted).

Here are some tips for cleaning and maintaining your Cochlear™ Baha® 6 Max Sound Processor. Every day your Baha 6 Max Sound Processor can be exposed to the elements – hot and cold weather, humidity, dust and wind. Taking proper care of your sound processor helps to keep it working properly, so you can get the most out of your hearing.

For more Baha 6 Max support, see the Baha 6 Max Sound Processor user manual.

Cochlear Baha hearing solutions use the body’s natural ability to deliver sound through bone conduction. If you have conductive hearing loss, mixed hearing loss or single-sided deafness (SSD), a Baha System or Baha Start may be the right hearing solution for you.
For more information about Baha hearing solutions, the Baha 6 Max Sound Processor and more support resources, visit www.cochlear.com

Please seek advice from your health professional about treatments for hearing loss. Outcomes may vary, and your health professional will advise you about the factors which could affect your outcome. Always read the instructions for use. Not all products are available in all countries. Please contact your local Cochlear representative for product information. In Australia, Baha bone conduction implant systems are intended for the treatment of moderate to profound hearing loss.
Cochlear, Baha, 科利耳, コクレア, 코클리어, Hear now. And always, SmartSound, the elliptical logo, and marks bearing an ® or ™ symbol, are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Cochlear Bone Anchored Solutions AB or Cochlear Limited (unless otherwise noted).

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