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With everyone practising social distancing in recent months, most of us have found ourselves connecting with the world in new ways. Some are getting together with family and friends via online group chats while others are tuning into the latest news, podcasts, audiobooks and Netflix.

To make sure you’re getting the most out of your technology, in this special edition for our Cochlear Family members, we share stories about how others are using streaming to stay connected – and how easy it is to get started.

Meanwhile, families are using daily routines and downtime at home to develop children’s language and listening skills. We give you tips on how to use simple activities – getting dressed, having breakfast, walking the dog – to extend vocabulary.

In this special issue, we also hear from a cochlear implant recipient on how to survive your first online group chat and 10 tips to make it work for you.

We want to make sure our Cochlear Family members feel connected and hear from others about how to get the most out of your device and the technology to stay connected with loved ones and friends.
In this Edition:
Stay at home survival guide

Stay at home survival guide
Do you want to catch up on movies, audio books, or immerse yourself in your favourite music, but don’t want to bother people around you? Find out how others are discovering the world of streaming and how to get started.
My first online video chat

My first online video chat
With virtual chat rooms becoming a popular way to stay connected, Bec S describes how she survived her first virtual group chat with a cochlear implant and 10 top tips to make it work for you.
Make the most of daily routine

Make the most of daily routine
Children find comfort in daily routines, such as getting dressed, mealtimes or walking the dog. Simple, daily routines can also help to build language skills. Here’s how.
Make a difference in someone’s life

Make a difference in someone's life
Talking openly about your experience with a Cochlear™ implant or Baha® could be all it takes to help make a difference in someone’s life. If you know someone who may be interested to learn more about these hearing solutions, share this link.
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To stay up to date with the latest resources and information available, please ensure you are connected with Cochlear Family; a community designed to support you and your family on your hearing journey.

During this uncertain time, our highest priority is the health and safety of our recipients. We continue to be contactable online, by email and over the phone. Reach out to our customer service team using the details below.
Please seek advice from your health professional about treatments for hearing loss. Outcomes may vary, and your health professional will advise you about the factors which could affect your outcome. Always read the instructions for use. Not all products are available in all countries. Please contact your local Cochlear representative for product information.

Views expressed are those of the individual. Consult your health professional to determine if you are a candidate for Cochlear technology.

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Cochlear™ Nucleus® implant systems are intended for the treatment of moderately severe to profound hearing loss. Baha implant systems are intended for the treatment of moderate to profound hearing loss.

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