ADHEAR is MED-EL’s revolutionary new bone conduction system. What’s different about it? There is no implant involved and instead, it simply sticks onto your skin behind the ear. ADHEAR—Stick. Click. Hear.
I have found many listening exercises for apps but not many I can do on my laptop. Is there a list of listening exercises for laptops? I was activated 2 days ago and want to do as many as possible but prefer my laptop to my phone.
I have seen users comment in another FB group for MedEl that AudioStream covers should not be left on the Sonnets when placed in the dryer. They will take that cover off, leaving the disposable batteries in the battery frame and put the processor in the dryer. I have not had any issues with my Sonnets after putting the entire processors with the AudioStream into the dryer for the last couple years.
Does anyone know what is right or wrong?
That's awesome @Tim
I love listening to Spotify and I do remember moments of discoveries with my CI when more sounds started coming in from different instruments the way I remembered.
some instruments or notes are more difficult for me so I've made a playlist which I named Aural rehab and I pop those tracks in there to listen over and over and I think for many of them they started making sense but I really can't remember if these changes are associated with new map but I remember clearly playing something over and over and then after about five times it came through. I have no clue how it happened but it did.
I also add spectacular/ musically interesting covers for songs I already know to this list.
I've never heard of Heroes.. I'll have to check it out.
I am glad you advocated for a chance to try an omni mic MAP. Personally I wish all adults were given an omni mic MAP in a program slot to try as standard practice but almost all audiologists follow Med-El’s recommended MAPs for adults instead. @Lauren