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People First is our promise to empower people to communicate freely, interact naturally and participate actively.
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The non-profit Oticon Hearing Foundation aims to foster a ‘community of caring’ among hearing care professionals that empowers them to bring sustainable hearing care to people in need and communities around the world.
A recent study by researchers from Boys Town National Research Hospital shows that Oticon OpenSound Navigator™ (OSN) improves children's speech understanding in noisy environments when listeners directly face towards or face away from the principal talker, yet still preserves speech from other talkers in the environment.
At the 2019 American Academy of Audiology Conference, Oticon President Gary Rosenblum presented American Academy of Audiology Foundation trustees with a $25,000 donation to the Foundation’s Empowering Students Scholarship Fund.
The 2019 OticonNext Conference lived up to its title — "Breaking the Rules. Again." — introducing more than 800 leading US hearing care professionals to the groundbreaking technologies and new learning that will expand the boundaries of hearing health care today and create almost limitless possibilities for hearing health care in the future.
New hearing aids help children enjoy the world around them, offering unrivaled access to sounds and enhanced learning opportunities.
Everything we do always begins with the people we are doing it for. That is our promise.
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