This course is designed to educate clinicians on how to use the ReSound Relief app with their tinnitus patients, as well as how to incorporate the ReSound Relief app into their overall tinnitus practice. This course will act as a tutorial on how to navigate through the ReSound Relief app and how to maximize the features it offers.
The hearing care industry is evolving more quickly than ever before creating dynamic patient needs and opportunities. This course provides you with an overview of the current state of the industry and the tools you need to reshape your practice in the era of changing healthcare and technology, while continuing to meet future patient’s higher demands of support and service.
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 training course will address how to conduct a first fit in ReSound Aventa 3.10 fitting software. Additionally, we will explore how to utilize the Tinnitus Sound Generator (TSG) feature and wireless 2.4 technology as part of a tinnitus treatment plan.
This episode of the Grand Rounds with ReSound series is designed to maximize knowledge of the details and benefits of ReSound ENZO2 technology through review of detailed case studies. Participant interaction will be encouraged.
This episode of the Grand Rounds with ReSound series is designed to maximize knowledge of the details and benefits of ReSound Enya technology through review of detailed case studies. Participant interaction will be encouraged.
Wireless hearing instruments utilize many different technologies and can provide different benefits for patients. This presentation will provide an overview of how different wireless technologies work and how they can provide benefit for improving audibility and quality of life for patients.
ReSound’s directional philosophy differs from other hearing aid manufacturers’ directional solutions. The philosophy is to provide directional benefit to people with hearing impairment while maintaining awareness of their environment. This course outlines the evolution of ReSound’s Binaural Directionality supported with data.
'Step by step explanation of features and benefits of each directional system'Read Reviews
ReSound values all aspects of caring for patients with tinnitus, as well as valuing the professionals providing this care. Join us for this four-course educational series that focuses on the well-being and success of the clinician while building on the clinician’s knowledge of tinnitus practice.
These three short training modules will introduce TruHearing Flyte and provide an in-depth explanation of the technology and hardware. Introducing TruHearing Flyte (Module 1) = TruHearing Flyte is the newest member of the TruHearing family of products. View this module to learn about what models, price points and colors are available. TruHearing Flyte Technology (Module 2) = Continue your training with a deep dive into the technology that powers TruHearing Flyte. From the moment the sound enters the hearing aid until it leaves the receiver, TruHearing Flyte models, cleans, stabilizes and balances the signal to maximize the patient’s hearing experience. TruHearing Flyte Hardware (Module 3) = TruHearing Flyte offers numerous models so that you may select the best options for your patients. Complete your product training with an explanation of the hardware for each model.
'Clear understanding of overall product however would like a better understanding of differences in Flyte 900 and 700 features'Read Reviews
Habituation and the unblocking of the nervous system to facilitate tinnitus and hyperacusis healing is investigated within the framework of current research and the 8-week skill building program, Mindfulness Based Tinnitus Stress Reduction (MBTSR), developed and researched by the presenter at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). The critical role stress reduction plays in effective management of sound sensitivity disorders such as tinnitus and hyperacusis is explored. (Please not the moderator's intro is hard to hear)
The purpose of the program is to provide information about the neurophysiology of sound sensitivity conditions, how they are related and how they are different. Practical solutions and case studies will be discussed.
'The instructor provided some insights to sound sensitivity disorders that will be helpful when working with patients in the office'Read Reviews
This training will provide an understanding of compassion fatigue, the biological components, and key symptoms of work related stress. It will discuss the distinction between compassion fatigue and burnout and will provide knowledge and tools on how to assess oneself, prevent compassion fatigue through self care and how to monitor its occurrence.
'The focus on us as professionals and how we can deal with fatigue'Read Reviews
This course reviews Sound Shaper, ReSound’s frequency compression algorithm. The rationale behind its design, tips for fitting and verifying the feature, case studies and current research discussing use of frequency compression will be presented.
'Very thorough - increased my understanding of when Sound Shaper may or may not be appropriate'Read Reviews