- Hear the voice of the child
- Provide better quality service and care
- Ease the child’s anxiety
- More efficient appointment
- Easy to introduce and use
- Evidence-based methodology
My World helps children express their experiences with hearing loss. It can help you uncover information about the child’s communication patterns, reinforce positive behavior, and develop strategies for daily challenges.
My World is a pediatric counseling tool designed to help children talk about their hearing loss. It allows children to show you how they go through their day, and where they have their greatest successes and difficulties. With this information, it is easy to recommend communication strategies, set goals for children to cope with their hearing loss, and recommend appropriate hearing equipment.
Talking to a stranger about their hearing loss can make some children nervous. Using My World helps children to openly express their feelings and try out new strategies in a safe environment. Easing their anxiety leads to a more efficient and pleasant appointment.
My World is easy to use and to introduce. It is rooted in the evidence-based methodologies of play therapy and narrative counseling.
Watch audiologist Richard use the My World tool with Amber. Amber recently attended a full hearing aid review appointment and underwent full audiometric testing, hearing aid fine tuning, and aided assessment.
A game of make believe isn’t always just about fun. When children play pretend, they convey situations not only as they remember them, but how they would like to see them. Research has shown that play therapy, such as board games like My World, can ease anxiety in children and improve their sense of self, adaptive functioning, and family functioning.
Physical copies of the My World tool are available for 200 DKK, plus shipping (shipping to the USA is typically 300 DKK). Payments are accepted through PayPal. If you are interested in purchasing the My World tool, please send us an email at email@example.com, complete with your mailing address.