Roger for adults is the new wireless communication product portfolio from Phonak. Scott Witt walks us through the details of some of their most popular devices, from the innovative new Roger Pen, a wi...
This course will provide a review of the latest version of Phonak Target™ fitting software including how to perform a first fitting. The course will focus on the latest innovations in Phonak Target™ designed to help you define your fitting workflow.
There is no cure for tinnitus but it can be managed. Starkey Hearing Technologies offers our approach to tinnitus management with Multiflex Tinnitus Technology. This technology was developed to be easy for the professional to use, flexible enough to adhere to any fitting philosophy and provide relief to the tinnitus suffer. This course will familiarize the learner with the components of the feature, the Multiflex Tinnitus fitting screen in the Inspire software and provide instructions on how to personalize the tinnitus stimulus to the patient.
Children with hearing loss who are educated in mainstream classrooms may have little or no opportunity to meet with other children with hearing loss. They will benefit from understanding about their hearing loss and from contact with peers. This workshop will discuss counseling for children with hearing loss and a protocol for developing support groups.
This webinar will describe Siemens new binax platform, highlighting both clinical and practical benefits to the hearing-care professional and hearing-instrument wearer. The new binax product portfolio will be introduced along with a new Bluetooth® streamer and User Apps compatible with iPhone® or Android smartphones™.
This course will provide an overview of Phonak’s latest platform. The course will focus on AutoSense OS, hearing instruments, wireless accessories, and innovations in Phonak Target™ designed to help you define your fitting workflow.
Today's technology is increasingly complex. Understanding the impact of hearing loss on emotions and overall health is important so that the goal of offering patients choices that simplify their hearing life, make hearing easier and more enjoyable may be met. This course reviewed innovative technologies that set new standards of performance and personalization while providing convenient control and connectivity.
This course will be a detailed look at Compass GPS and the options of Dream program selections. We will also go over the benefits of the DEX accessory devices to help enhance the patients listening experience.
This course provides a review of recent key journal articles on the topic of directional microphones, noise reduction and listening effort, and the implications for clinical audiologists, presented by Dr. Erin Picou from Vanderbilt University.
Given advancements in technology, feedback can be managed before it becomes a concern. Learn about Siemens Feedback Cancellation technology and programming considerations to maximize the hearing instrument fitting.
Clinical degrees in audiology can open doors to a wide variety of career paths. A path in the hearing instrument industry is often not understood, not known or completely overlooked. The truth is there are plenty of opportunities in industry for a clinical audiologist! This course will discuss some of these career paths as well as introduce the option for an externship in Global Audiology at ReSound.
Technology never stands still; it keeps getting better. And, like you, using the latest technology to help people hear better is all we think about at Starkey. Starkey’s most recent advancement, the made for iPhone hearing aid, Halo, is also getting better and better. Halo was engineered from the ground up to make hearing easier and more enjoyable for your patients by truly personalizing their hearing life. This session will focus on the latest Halo products and how your patients can interact with them via the updated TruLink app. Halo delivers new standards of performance and personalization, while providing convenient control and connectivity.
This course is designed to introduce hearing healthcare professionals to Resound’s hearing instrument fitting software, ReSound Aventa 3, via a live demonstration. Instruction will be provided for all necessary functions including how to connect, how to complete a first fitting and how to make adjustments to the frequency response and advanced features. Questions are highly encouraged.
This course will provide a review of the Phonak Audéo V and the Phonak Venture platform including the different Phonak Audéo V models available. Various features will be reviewed including AutoSense OS, Speech in Loud Noise, Speech in Wind and Speech in 360°.
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.
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.
Today's hearing professional needs to have the ability to meet each patients individual needs. The hearing instruments programming software must offer flexibility, a full range of fitting tools and be intuitive to use. Programming software must also be a comprehensive and intuitive way to engage the patient during the entire patient journey; from pre-fit, to fitting and post-fitting. This course will provide a run through of all the essential tools for the best professional and patient experience. Live demonstrations of the software will be utilized to illustrate how the programming system can enhance every hearing aid fitting.