This course will provide a step by step review of verification including how to verify audibility, SoundRecover, and CROS/BiCROS fittings. How to utilize Phonak Target™ for verification will also be reviewed.
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.
The course will provide in-depth knowledge and demonstrate practical use of the Oticon Medical Streamer and its new ConnectLine App. The course will also provide information regarding how to troubleshoot problems that may occur when using wireless devices that are paired to the Oticon Medical Streamer and the Ponto Plus Streamer.
In this day and age when we have devices with so many features and channels one element that is often neglected is the coupler of the hearing aids, be it domes or molds. In this course we will provide you with our suggestions on the selection and management of domes and molds based on our technical parameters and the experiences at our audiology department.
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.
It is true for sports, as well as any endeavor involving skill and complex planning. If we do not master the fundamentals - establish a good foundation for what comes later, then the higher level tasks cannot achieve the desired success. Fitting hearing aids requires solid fundamentals if we are to expect a successful patient journey. This course will outline some of the fundamentals needed today, and how things have changed as new materials, tools, techniques, and products have entered the marketplace. From earmolds to hearing aid feature selection, the fitting of hearing aids continues to evolve. Experienced practitioners or those newer to the field will find something in this hour-long course designed to focus on the fundamentals to improve your game, and make things easier for you and your patients.
This course will present the impact of universal newborn hearing screening/early hearing detection and intervention programs on the developmental outcomes of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. It will discuss the impact of maternal level of education and parent talk, cognitive ability and additional disabilities, as well as when the primary home language is Spanish on development outcomes of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. This course is presented in partnership with the American Auditory Society (www.amauditorysoc.org)
Get connected with AB by learning convenient ways to 'unplug' your hearing with wireless accessories to enhance your lifestyle. Learn and interact with our AB expert while you connect with the BEA community.
This course will provide an overview of the Tinnitus Solutions by Phonak including the Phonak Audéo Q, Tinnitus Balance noise generator and Tinnitus Balance App. The course will focus on how the portfolio supports various Tinnitus Management approaches.
Seminar attendees will learn about North, Unitron’s new sound processing platform and will be introduced to three trailblazing technologies that combine to automatically address the number one complaint of patients: understanding conversations. Attendees will also learn about the three distinct styles in the new Moxi family of RIC products and the feature set of each.
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.
The role of our sensory systems is to bring us information about the world. Essentially all we learn comes to us through vision, hearing and all of the other senses. Importantly, the brain is tasked with integrating all of this incoming information to create a consolidated understanding of the ongoing world around us. When hearing is disrupted, the person’s accurate and natural appreciation for the environment is thrown out of balance. Sound no longer provides a reliable source of information, with even the possibility that the brain creates a false impression of sound. Appropriate application of advanced signal processing requires a proper appreciation of how the brain uses auditory information. In this seminar, we will review our approach to signal processing with this perspective in mind.
As part of our ongoing commitment to provide tools for enhancing your success with patients, we are excited to present some of the new features in the newest release of Unitron’s TrueFit fitting software – version 3.0. Participants will review Unitron TrueFit v3.0 and be introduced to Log It All, a powerful new tool from Unitron to support evidence-based patient counseling.
Sycle is honored to feature Physician Marketing expert Bob Tysoe to share insights on building relationships to directly affect the growth of your practice. Bob is a proven industry leader in healthcare marketing and will be sharing a wealth of practical information in this course!