The key to unlocking a child’s full potential
It is absolutely essential that children have access to the full range and breadth of sounds to allow them to develop language. Phonak’s Sky hearing aids are designed to do just that.
Designed For Life
We all know that children can be hard on things. With their clever design, the new Sky hearing aids are more water resistant and robust than any of their previous generations.
Tamperproof and designed to provide comfort, safety and robustness in all aspects of a child’s active life.
Connecting To Their World
Sky Marvel connects directly to smartphones and other Bluetooth® enabled devices, enabling children to easily enjoy speech, music, TV and much more.
This powerful rechargeable technology offers a full day of hearing including 10 hours of Roger or media streaming.
Roger Direct – More Hearing Performance
Phonak’s Roger technology has served as the standard that bridges the understanding gap in loud noise and over distance by wirelessly transmitting a speaker’s voice directly to the listener. Until now, hearing aid wearers had to plug an extra receiver and/or audio shoe into their hearing aids or use an intermediary streamer to receive the Roger signal. Marvel hearing aids with RogerDirect eliminate the need for extra components or accessories needed to receive the Roger signal, resulting in a device that’s up to 42% smaller.
Mix & Match Colors
Sky Marvel is available in a variety of colors ranging from fun and vibrant to discreet skin-tone shades. Children can choose a combination of colors that truly matches their personality, giving them confidence to embrace and enjoy wearing their hearing aids.
Phonak Leo App – Interactive Stories for iPad
Join Leo as he learns all about his hearing loss and the products available to help him hear more – Simply swipe though the pages of Leo gets hearing aids and Leo gets a Roger system as you read along with the stories. Tap on the characters to make them come to life and use the bookmark bar for quick access to your favorite pages.
These two books are a wonderful resource for parents, teachers and caregivers looking to help children and their peers to better understand hearing loss and learn about available solutions.