Child-friendly wireless technology
Stable, reliable wireless programming and fine-tuning.
FittingLINK is Oticon’s wireless programming device for Oticon wireless hearing aids. Simple to set up with our Genie fitting software, FittingLINK is compatible with Oticon Sensei, Oticon Safari and a wide range of other wireless hearing aids.
FittingLINK is worn around the neck during programming. Depending on the child’s age and ability to provide feedback on sound quality, FittingLINK can improve the fitting process by offering a cable free fitting.
FittingLINK provides fast and reliable data connection between your NOAH-enabled PC and the child’s hearing aids. Simply connect FittingLINK to your PC and place the neck loop on the child to start the programming session.
Designed for your workday
FittingLINK and Genie provide you with a variety of tools to guide you through the fitting process. This ensures that you achieve an accurate fit, in line with published best practice guidelines.
Real-ear verification and fine-tuning
Depending on the child’s age or ability to cooperate, you can use FittingLINK for real-ear verification or for fine-tuning during follow-up appointments.
Coupler-based verification is recommended for infants and young children not old enough for real-ear verification.
EasyRECD™ individual ear acoustics
Developed as an option for Oticon Sensei hearing aids, EasyRECD™ allows you to easily account for individual ear acoustics when fitting infants and children, without needing to use separate real-ear equipment.
The easyRECD™ also works with FittingLINK providing cable free verification.
A suite of insight-based materials to support you in your practice
Oticon pediatric counselling tools are made to support you in the dialogue with parents, children and relatives. Moreover, we offer plenty of material for parents to children of all ages with hearing loss.
Support parents and children
Trying to determine how well children hear goes far beyond obtaining an audiogram. This selection of counselling tools helps you to identify listening difficulties and address the accommodations that parents need to be aware of.