Today's patient doesn't stand still. And their hearing aid technology shouldn't either. This course will provide an overview of the latest Muse & Halo 2 products, along with information on the updates in Acuity OS 2. These technologies provide the best hearing possible for all the moments in your patient's lives.
Fitting ranges provide critical information when it comes to selecting the best possible hearing aid for your patient. This course will investigate why fitting ranges vary from manufacturer to manufacturer and how Sonic fitting ranges should be interpreted.
This course will present the benefits of hearing preservation in adult cochlear implant patients using a standard length cochlear implant electrode array. The presenter will discuss his experience using standard length cochlear implant electrodes for hearing preservation as well as other centers’ experience. Research regarding future implications of hearing preservation in cochlear implantation will be reviewed.
This presentation will offer a basic overview of and types of teleaudiology and evaluations that can be performed. Clinical considerations such as support personnel, training, and licensure requirements as well as the communication and evaluation equipment needed to conduct a teleaudiology program will be presented.
Today's patients move through life at a rapid pace; interacting with their mobile devices and passing from situation to situation. They demand hearing technology that keeps up with them. This course will provide information on the latest 900 Sync wireless accessories, their benefits and the compatible hearing aids.
Verification using real ear measures (REM) is an important tool for successful use of amplification. Verification plays a critical role to ensure that audibility of maintained. REM is advocated as part of Best Practice Guidelines by AAA and ASHA, yet the majority of fittings are not completed using REM.
The purpose of this session is to present the customizable reporting features of GSI Suite. The updated software features full flexibility to design multiple reports that combine audiometric data (audiometry, middle ear analysis and otoacoustic emissions), patient demographic data and comments.
This webinar presents the results of research on the battery drain of wireless streaming hearing aids with features like ear-to-ear communication and feedback management engaged and in various listening situations including streaming Apps. This session will provide audiologists with an understanding of different battery chemistries including primary disposable cells and rechargeable batteries designed for hearing aids and conclude with counseling recommendations for patients fit with wireless streaming hearing aids.
This course will explain the rationale for creation of a Family Advisory Council. The benefits of a Family Advisory Council to audiology staff and patients will also be illustrated. This course is presented in partnership with Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
This presentation will discuss data on using acoustic and electric stimulation to suppress chronic tinnitus, and will suggest treatment strategies. This course is presented in partnership with American Auditory Society.
As the field of audiology and hearing aid dispensing continues to grow, it becomes increasingly important to follow a code of ethics. In a 2008 survey by ASHA of practitioners and patients, it was clear that ratings varied based on the respondents’ perspective. Therefore, establishing a code of ethics for your practice can be a difficult but rewarding process. This course will review ethics in Audiology and describe a rating tool that can be used to measure ethical conduct.
The course describes Oticon Medical’s newest family of sound processors. Participants will learn about the cognitive processes important for BrainHearingTM and be presented with evidence about how BrainHearingTM is supported by Ponto 3.
This course reviews new features and benefits in the new Widex Beyond. A review of these features will demonstrate the benefit the hearing aid user can experience such as having access to a wider input dynamic range which allows for a faithful reproduction of environmental sounds. This course also reviews new accessories and the latest updates to Compass GPS programming software.