Join us to learn about binax, the next generation of BestSound Technology from Siemens. 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 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.
This presentation will review frequently asked questions about Compass GPS software, the Dream hearing instrument family and their accompanying DEX devices. It includes questions about our new wireless Dream CROS/BICROS system and our newest DEX accessory, the UNI-DEX.
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, Hearing Aid Related, Hearing Aid Related, Hearing; IHS/1.0; Kansas DHE, LTS-S0035/1.0; SAC/1.0
With SURF Link Mobile and Starkey's Iris Wireless Technology, your patients can stay connected at home and on the go. SURF Link Mobile provides truly hands-free cell phone communication, audio streaming, can perform as an assistive listening device and function as a hearing aid remote control.
This session will review best practices for using Sycle to track patient referral sources, new patient intake data and appointment outcomes including setting up the Administration section and reporting.
Damage to the cochlea creates a cascade of secondary damage in the central nervous system, due to disordering of auditory circuits there. Two kinds of damage occurring in the first synaptic relay of the brain are described and related to perceptual deficits in hearing impairment.
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.
There is limited research examining binaural hearing in children with cochlear implants and the few published studies are limited by unrealistic speech stimuli and background noise. Thus the purpose of this webinar will be to discuss laboratory experiments examining pediatric bilateral CI recipients and binaural hearing for speech understanding contrast outcomes with bimodal hearing. We will further discuss the clinical application of a new sentence material—the pediatric AzBio or “BabyBio” sentences—including age appropriateness, age normative data, and clinical administration.
This course will review current hearing aid technologies that employ several different forms of binaural processing. The end user benefits provided by binaural processing will be included in this review. Finally, techniques to verify that these technologies are functioning will be demonstrated. These techniques can be used by the clinician to critically evaluate the binaural features offered by different manufacturers, align end user expectations and troubleshoot issues that may arise during use.
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.
With the introduction of Starkey’s made for iPhone hearing aid, Halo with TruLink Technology, knowledge of Apple’s mobile operating system (iOS) has become important for the hearing professional. This session will provide an introduction to iOS. Topics will include home screen icons, basic navigation procedures, how to access general settings, how to activate location services and the functions of the Notification Center and Command Center. Utilization of Bluetooth 4.0 for pairing with Halo devices will be demonstrated. How to verify what version of iOS is being run and how to down load the TruLink App will also be covered. This course should provide a simple introduction to iOS for the hearing professional allowing them to be comfortable working with Halo, the TruLink app and Apple’s mobile devices.
This presentation will cover the importance of and scientific foundation behind clinical masking. The presenter will emphasize rules for when to mask, as well as common procedures used, with the provision of case scenarios throughout.
A good First Fit is a great way to start a patient with hearing aids. It is designed to provide the best speech audibility taking into account the patient’s experience with hearing aids, psychoacoustics, and life style. However, since is based on statistical models, there will be patients that cannot work with the settings of First Fit.In this training we aim at providing the hearing healthcare specialist with tools to modifying First Fit while preserving its most important quality: good speech audibility.
This course will discuss the benefits of using wireless accessories with hearing instruments in situations such as cell phone use and viewing television. The latest innovations in Phonak wireless accessories will be reviewed.
This one hour webinar will discuss the benefits of a PC-based audiometer as well as provide an in detail tutorial of how to test with the MADSEN Astera2. Information will also be provided on special testing features such as the Tinnitus Module, LipRead, and more.