Since the start of the pandemic, the team at House of Hearing has developed a range of new protocols and services to keep you safe, no matter the situation.

One of these has been Tele Audiology, a service that lets you speak to your doctor of audiology through face to face video calls.

There is, however, technology available that can make this experience even more interactive: remote programming.

This lets your doctor of audiology alter your device without having to touch it.

To explain how this works with an Oticon hearing aid, we’ve put together a short tutorial video.

If you would like to find out more about state-of-the-art hearing aids, contact the team. They’re ready to help you now!

Do you know somebody that needs to see this? Why not share it?

Josh Hankins, BC-HIS

Josh has worked with the House of Hearing since 2011. He attended school at Weber State and Utah State University where he studied computer science. In 2013, he completed his licensing and became board-certified as a hearing instrument specialist. Josh’s strengths center around working with sound and using hearing devices to improve hearing. He is an expert at configuring high technology devices and their accessories, as well as setting up the smallest and most invisible devices. His patients see him as someone who is friendly, thorough, and patient. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Liz, and their three young daughters. They live in Riverton. He likes jogging and mountain biking, working on his car, rock music, and traveling. He will talk your ear off if you get him going about high-quality sleep or smart home gadgets.