Ewing Foundation staff have good relationships with manufactures and suppliers of a range of equipment. This means that as well as being knowledgeable about different systems, they are able to be objective about their qualities. They are therefore able to provide unbiased information and advice about the suitability of particular items in a given setting, suggest ways in which different technical aids may be used in combination or help devise strategies for most effective use.
The development of a cochlear implant processor that can be worn whilst swimming is a welcome development. However, as with most technological advances, it is important to understand how to manage the devices effectively to ensure a continuous, high quality listening experience for users, both in and out of water. Please contact us to find out more about using the Advanced Bionics Neptune in regard to contact with water.