The life of teens and tweens is moving faster than ever. Between school, extracurricular activities and social life, there’s always something happening and always something to do. Don’t let having a hearing loss get in the way of life. Whether it’s chatting on the phone, listening to music or hanging out with friends, Cochlear’s programs are designed to help teens keep up and get ahead.
In the non-stop life of tweens and teens, academic and social success depends on one thing: communication success. Good communication is not a basic skill – it is a life skill because it affects every area of junior high and high school life, from orientation to graduation. And for people with hearing loss, mastering that skill can sometimes be difficult.
The phone is the indispensable communication tool of any teen’s fast-paced world, and teens with hearing loss may fall behind if they don't learn to effectively use that tool. Cochlear has designed an exciting program to erase intimidation and create confidence in your phone communication skills.