Last week, we premiered Part 2 of a new Ponto 4 video story from Lucy Brown. In Part 2, Lucy and her mother, Georgene, share even more reasons why they’re glad Lucy upgraded her bone anchored hearing system!
Lucy first tried out Ponto 4 during a visit to Nashville, where she had the opportunity to wear it in some pretty loud and crowded environments. In this video, Georgene shares: “Yesterday, we sure put Ponto 4 to the test.”
Did it pass? Watch and find out!
Tune in next week for the third and final installment of Lucy’s Ponto 4 user story.
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We’re excited to premiere a new Ponto 4 video story from Miss Lucy Brown! Lucy was a Ponto 3 wearer, but when Ponto 4 became available, she upgraded. Now, she shares what she thinks about life with Ponto 4 and all the ways it’s helping her live her best life.
What are three big reasons Lucy loves her Ponto 4? We’ll let her tell you in her own words.
Did you know Lucy’s an accomplished gymnast? Take a look at her impressive moves! Mom Georgene joins in to ask what else Lucy likes about her Ponto 4.
Find out what else Lucy and Georgene think about Ponto 4 in Part 2… coming soon!
Melissa Tumblin, founder of Ear Community and Oticon Medical Ambassador, originally shared this great list of mobile apps for individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing. We are resharing it with an update that includes apps for Android™ users as well as the original spreadsheet for iPhone® apps.
We thank audiologist Tina Childress, who is also hard of hearing, for compiling the original spreadsheet. Thanks also goes out to Kevin Martin, editor at Joy of Android, for sharing the article on Android apps.
iPhone apps for the hard of hearing
To view the spreadsheet, click below. Here are a few pointers to help you navigate through this available information:
Start on the “Welcome” tab to understand how the apps are chosen and categorized
Click through each tab of the spreadsheet to see the list of apps for that category
To find out more about an app, click on the cell with the app’s hyperlink. You’ll then have the option to “go to link;” click the link
Clicking the link will take you to the application’s information page on iTunes.com. Here, you can see screenshots of the app, read more about it and even view in iTunes where you can download the application. You can also search for the app in the App Store and download it directly to your phone
Click on the image above or here to see the full spreadsheet.