Aurio: The development of the hearing aid has come a long way since the invention of brass ear trumpets but there is still a lot to be said about the devices of today. They are designed to be as discreet as possible thereby encouraging the user to hide their disability, this is difficult for those that require cochlear implants. Aurio was designed utilising Bluetooth technology and induction charging, removing the need for any wired components or troublesome battery packs.
Dealing with any form of disability can be difficult enough as a young child, judgment from other children can be particularly damaging. Aurio was designed to not only grant young users the ability to hear but to support and encourage them through a very difficult process of developing their speech and auditory skills.
The Aurio Phone case is utilised in situations where the companion figure is not suitable.
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