Cartoon. Animal. Toys. One System.
Pictured above: New "Slow Reveal" Visual Reinforcement Audiometry Stimuli on the new 21 inch monitor
With every design feature considered for Flex, we ask 3 questions:
Does it give the audiologist more control over the hearing evaluation?
Will improve the patient experience during the hearing test?
Is it just too cool not to make?
If the answer to all of these questions is yes, we make it.
And we can't take too much credit. Nearly every feature was requested from an audiologist and subsequently loved by others. We invite you to explore what Flex can do, read reviews from other audiologists, and see why Flex VRA is one of the most sought-after tools in audiology.
The best part about the Flex VRA is that the reward changes with each presentation and it keeps the patient's interest longer. This allows for more trials and better results.
Mari Lee Chartier
Seton Children's ENT
It’s really helpful to switch between the different types of videos. After a little while, I can tell that some kids start to lose interest, and when I switch it from animals to toys, for instance, they perk right back up. In the past, using the toys that light up, or just video clips from the same videos, I found that kids lost interest fairly quickly.
I have also really liked the “distract” function, and I use that pretty often when I’m getting tymps and OAEs on kids. It makes it a lot easier for the kids that have a hard time sitting still during testing!
Leah Doty, Au.D.
Guthrie Medical Center
Both your VRA system and customer service are oustanding!
Retired Audiology Coordinator
The Flex VRA system worked great! The toys were definitely helpful. I liked all the different combinations of options.