Phonak Well-Hearing is Well-Being™


The impact of hearing loss is often underestimated. Growing evidence shows that taking steps towards hearing well is linked to a greater state of social-emotional, cognitive and physical well-being1. It's time to change the conversation from “hearing loss – sensory problem” to “hearing care – a vital part of healthy living”. Help your patients to connect socially, thrive mentally and emotionally.

Interview: Well-Hearing is Well-Being

Christine Jones, Vice President Audiology Phonak US, and Angela Pelosi, Director Global Audiology at Phonak HQ, talking about the dimensions of Well-Hearing is Well-Being.




Expertise at its best

The Well-Hearing is Well-Being position statement puts hearing loss in a much broader context and highlights why hearing healthcare is vital for healthy living.

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Explore the 3 dimensions

Well-Hearing is Well-Being provides a model to discuss the impact of hearing well in everyday clinical practice. Dive into the topic to foster overall well-being for your patients.

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Stay educated

Browse through several scientific presentations from the international conference “Hearing well and being well – a strong scientific connection” sponsored by Phonak.

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Life-changing hearing solutions

At Phonak, we believe that well-hearing equates to well-being and is essential to living life to the fullest. 

Our innovative hearing solutions are designed for people of all ages and all degrees of hearing loss, to connect socially, thrive mentally and emotionally. 

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Well-Hearing is Well-Being Resources

Leverage our powerful Well-Hearing is Well-Being resources and tools available to you:

  • Infographics
  • Technical Papers
  • Posters
  • Leaflets

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Well-Hearing is Well-Being in daily practice

Hearing aid adoption is key for success. A client's journey is influenced by multiple factors. 

Family plays a vital role in audiological treatment and rehabilitation. Family-Centered Care is an approach that addresses the social-emotional well-being of a client. 

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Stay well informed

This blog provides insights from experts in hearing healthcare. Short and easy-to-read blog posts will keep you up to date on the latest developments in audiology and beyond. 

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  1. Vercammen, C., Ferguson, M., Kramer, S.E., Meis, M., Singh, G., Timmer, B., Gagné, J-P., Goy, H., Hickson, L., Holube, I., Launer, S., Lemke, U., Naylor, G., Picou, E., Scherpiet,S., Weinstein, B., & Pelosi, A. (2020). Well-Hearing is Well- Being: A Phonak Position Statement. Hearing Review, 27, 18-22.


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