This course will educate providers on the latest wireless solutions available from Phonak including Remote Control App and ComPilot II. Additionally, we will provide detailed instructions as to how to demonstrate Phonak wireless solutions in office.
Wireless technology is available in a wide range of Rexton products. They may be used in several levels technology of BTE, RIC and Custom products, all the way down to a CIC. In this training we will present the proper procedure to connect and use Wireless and Bluetooth devices in our hearing aids.
This one hour webinar will provide ideas and suggestions on how independent practices can foster deeper bonds with three important groups: patients, primary care physicians and the community. CORUS tactics will be discussed.
This course will review how over exposure to noise can lead to hearing loss. The industrial standards for occupational noise exposure limits will be discussed as well and selecting appropriate hearing protection devices.
Personalization must be kept of mind in securing your stake as an innovative hearing health care expert that focuses on patient care in every environment. Knowing how noise management and directionality is implemented in hearing aids helps in providing appropriate recommendations and effective counseling. This course reviewed adaptive strategies including tools to assist in fitting and troubleshooting sessions.
This webinar will present evidence to support the use of wireless, remote microphone technology for improving speech-recognition performance in noise and classroom-listening abilities in children diagnosed with auditory processing disorders (APDs), attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Following the review of evidence, case studies will be presented to support device fitting procedures and to report performance on behavioral measures and subjective questionnaires following the fitting.
This course will focus on the changing hearing aid dispensing landscape and the role of audiologists in this new paradigm. We will discuss our “real” competition in the marketplace and how we can best respond to position our profession for the changes ahead. Finally, we will define and describe the pros and cons of bundling and unbundling. This course is part of a series of webinars on the topic of unbundling presented in January 2015 organized by Dr. Kim Cavitt, and included in our Business Essentials for the New Millennium series, presented in partnership with the Academy of Doctors of Audiology. To register for other courses in the series, please visit www.audiologyonline.com/ada.
Please note: You may earn ABA Tier 1 credits for this course if you complete it as part of the course course 25415, "Unbundling: The Nuts & Bolts for Hearing Care Practices." Course 25415 contains recordings of four events from our 2015 series presented in partnership with the ADA. ABA Tier 1 CEUs can be earned only when all modules are completed as part of course 25415.
Connexx 7 is the software used to program all Rexton TwinCore products. In this training we will present the more advanced Connexx features that may be used on First Fit sessions and for troubleshooting in follow up sessions.
Hearing practices are valuable business assets. Practices can be bought and sold. It is necessary to evaluate the worth of a practice for the purpose of selling and purchasing. This presentation will explore how to negotiate a sale or purchase and how to value a practice, and the presenters will discuss case studies of actual transactions. This course is part of a month-long program entitled Business Essentials for the New Millenium, presented in partnership with the Academy of Doctors of Audiology.
This presentation will introduce tools that might be useful to counsel patients on realistic expectations from amplification as well as additional tools that may make it easier to explain differences in levels technology. The participant will be able to select counseling tools for explaining realistic expectations from amplification, select counseling tools for explaining differences in hearing aid technology and utilize the Speech Intelligibility Index (SII) to counsel his/her patient on the impact of hearing loss in speech understanding.
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Despite advances in cochlear implant (CI) technology and impressive outcomes for recipients, CI users often continue to experience difficulty understanding in noisy and reverberant environments. Performance in these situations may be improved with wireless remote microphone technology. This webinar will review several studies that have explored the use of wireless remote mic technology for CI users based on the article published in Seminars in Hearing (volume 35, no. 3, August 2014) by the presenter.
This seminar provides an overview of the auditory implantable technologies that are available to patients today. The indications, and the pros and cons of commonly used middle ear implants, osseointegrated implants, cochlear implants and auditory brain stem implants will be discussed. Emphasis will be placed on osseointegrated implants and cochlear implants.
This course will provide a review of the newest wireless solutions available from Phonak including solutions for the phone, TV and music, conversation and control. The use of specific devices such as the Phonak EasyCall II, Phonak ComPilot Air II, the Phonak RemoteControl App and Roger Solutions for Adults among others will be reviewed.
There are rapid advances in wireless technology, however, the best designed and fitted technology is only as effective as its utilization. The topics for the week-long webinar series will be introduced including use of wireless technology with adults and children with hearing aids, cochlear implants, learning challenges, and traumatic brain injury. Tools for verification including professional standards and guidelines as well as techniques for ensuring appropriate outcomes will be presented. This webinar and the week-long series are based on a Seminars in Hearing special issue (2014, Volume 35).
This course will provide a review of the most recent innovations available in the Audéo family of RIC hearing instruments. All form factors and levels of technology within the Phonak Audéo family will be reviewed.
Course Description: course will provide in-depth knowledge and demonstrate practical use of Ponto Plus wireless capabilities to include Oticon Medical Streamer and ConnectLine. Discussion will also present how to optimize listening benefit depending upon specific user needs.
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