ZPower’s Vice President of Business Development Barry Freeman Will Serve as Discussion Moderator and Participant
August 1st – 4th, 2018, representatives of ZPower will be at the Florida Academy of Audiology Convention at the Wyndam Grand Orlando Resort in Florida. We’ll have a booth set up where audiologists, hearing care providers and vendors can learn more about ZPower’s Rechargeable System for Hearing Aids and discuss battery best practices and care tips. Plus, our own Barry Freeman will be moderating the Hot Topics in Audiology general session and will lend his expertise to the session topic, “Battery Life: Counseling Patients about the Power Consumption of Wireless Streaming Hearing Aids.”
How to Get the Most Out of Rechargeable Hearing Aid Batteries is a Hot Topic in the Audiology Community
With the advent of wireless streaming hearing aids and new and improved rechargeable hearing aid battery technology, there has been a bit of a learning curve to implementation. Today, audiologists are not only confronted with the challenge of finding the best modern products for their patients, they also have to give many legacy users a crash course in technology and help them change long held habits related to hearing aid care.
As the maker of rechargeable and removable silver zinc hearing aid batteries and charging systems for many of the most popular hearing aids currently on the market, we’re committed to making sure the audiology community has all of the information and tools it needs to help patients have the best experience with their new hearing aids. To that end, we’re committed to providing ongoing education and resource development for hearing care providers and we’re excited to be in Florida this August to engage in the discussions that are shaping our industry.
We look forward to seeing you at the Florida Academy of Audiology 2018 Convention! If we miss you there, we hope to see you at another event soon. We’ll also be at the following venues:
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