What you'll find on this page
- How we partner with your child’s care team
- How we develop resources to support your family
- Importance of tracking your child’s progress
Together we reach further
You want the best for your child throughout their life and choosing the right partners are critical to your child’s success. We take a team approach when developing products and services that are designed to provide your child’s best hearing today and always.* At Cochlear, we understand and appreciate the roles of your child's care team and take a team approach when developing products and services that are designed to provide your child's best hearing today and always. Together we reach further through partnership with greater progress and possibilities.
We foster a partnership with you and members of your child’s hearing care team along the entire journey by providing a wealth of useful resources and support to help enrich their hearing progress. With up-to-date educational resources and innovative clinical care solutions, you can feel confident that you, your child and their care team have access to the latest information, support and technology at every stage of your child’s life.
Understanding how your child is progressing can give you confidence and can also help you and your child’s team set appropriate goals. From the design and enhancements of our programming software, to data logging and easy-to-use apps that allow you to check device use and progress, you can feel empowered to track your child’s success and discuss goals and expectations with your child’s expanded care team.
All children should have a life full of possibilities, including those with hearing loss. Together with our partners, we continually advance our products, technologies and services to support your child’s hearing experience and transform their lives. We don’t simply keep pace, we think forward to meaningful innovations that consider your child’s needs in a changing world. From implant and sound processor technology to longer battery life and smaller sound processor size, we always have the future in mind so your child can enjoy what life has to offer them.
*In the United States, the cochlear implant system is intended for use in children 9 to 24 months of age who have bilateral profound sensorineural deafness and demonstrate limited benefit from appropriate binaural hearing aids. Children two years of age or older may demonstrate severe to profound hearing loss bilaterally. In Canada, the cochlear implant system is intended for use in children 12 to 24 months of age who have bilateral profound sensorineural deafness and demonstrate limited benefit from appropriate binaural hearing aids. Children two years of age or older may demonstrate severe to profound hearing loss bilaterally.