Dr. Linda Hood provides an overview of the American Auditory Society (AAS), a multidisciplinary association whose membership is comprised of professionals from audiology, industry, hearing science and...
This course will provide a review of the ComPilot, ComPilot II, ComPilot Air II, TVLink, TVLinkS, TVLink II, and RemoteMic compatibility, usage, and pairing. Information on troubleshooting these devices will also be reviewed.
This presentation outlines an auditory therapy approach that addresses a hierarchy of auditory/receptive language levels. It includes discussion of specific goals and strategies and how they may be targeted in purposeful play.
This course will provide demonstrations on how to perform more advanced REM and discuss how to integrate these measures into the hearing aid fitting protocol. Verification measures that will be covered include directionality, frequency lowering, noise reduction, and assistive listening devices.
CEUs/Hours Offered: AAA/0.1 Intermediate; ACAud/1.0; AHIP/1.0; ASHA/0.1 Intermediate, Professional; BAA/1.0; CAA/1.0; Calif. HADB/1.0 Hearing Aid Related, Hearing Aid Related, Hearing Aid Related, Hearing Aid Related; IHS/1.0; Kansas DHE, LTS-S0035/1.0; NZAS/1.0; SAC/1.0
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.
Handheld smart devices and the ever growing app market have the potential to transform audiology clinical practice. This webinar will review some of the uses of smart devices, the potential benefits and pitfalls, and the evidence-base concerning their applications for audiology clinical practice. This is part of a 4-part webinar series on Apps for Audiologists on AudiologyOnline in August 2015.
This presentation will discuss factors that impact listening and spoken communication outcomes. Based on the impact factors, three different outcome expectations will be reviewed along with communication pathways that would be appropriate for expected outcomes.
This course will provide a in depth overview as to what features are available on the new Venture Platform. Providers will also be able to utilize when these features will benefit their patients in differing situations.
This workshop will guide attendees through an exploration of the use of mobile technology and software applications (“apps”) as tools for facilitating therapy for individuals with auditory processing and related disorders. The presentation’s focus will be to demonstrate how to take advantage of therapeutic materials available on hand-held devices that extend the evidence-based principles of treatment to address auditory processing deficits as well as other related speech-language impairments.
This session will walk participants through the importance of creating an effective plan and, what components go into development. Participants can expect to come away with a better understanding of how to identify marketing opportunities in their community, and how to develop their strategy.
This course will provide a review of the various Binaural VoiceStream Technology™ features available in the Phonak Quest portfolio. Features including auto StereoZoom, auto ZoomControl, DuoPhone and Speech in Wind will be reviewed.
The course will discuss how FM systems connected to the Oticon Medical's Ponto Bone Anchored System optimizes sound when noise and distance negatively impacts it. The course will also discuss the way FM systems connect to the various Ponto sound processors and how the Oticon Medical Streamer also connects FM systems to Ponto Plus sound processors.
Apps for adults with hearing loss can improve accessibility, provide resources for auditory training and be used as a teaching tool. Learn about desired features of apps, where to find them, accessories and see some apps in action. Resources will be shared.
Learn from an AB expert about the unique AB & Phonak technologies available to make communication on the phone easier. Hear first-hand experiences from people who live with AB technology, ask questions, get answers and share your story.
Evoked cortical responses can provide clinicians with information about whether speech sounds or tonal sounds are making it to the auditory cortex, whether the baby is unaided, aided or implanted. This application is ready for clinical use. There is also great potential for evoked responses to indicate how well babies can discriminate sounds.
In today’s rapidly changing hearing healthcare landscape, physician referrals are more valuable than ever as a source of new patients. This seminar provides a fresh approach to increasing the number of referrals to your office from the medical community.
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.