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Unilateral Hearing Loss in Children: Impact and Solutions

Dane Bowers, AuD, CCC-A

May 15, 2017

The effects of unilateral hearing loss in children and a discussion of Phonak solutions for each type of unilateral hearing loss.   Read More


20Q: Acoustics 101 with a Dash of 201

Marshall Chasin, AuD

May 8, 2017

A discussion of common acoustics terms, principles and phenomena and their relationship to audiology clinical practice, in an engaging Q & A format.   Read More


How Accurate are Environmental Classifiers in Hearing Aids?

Tao Cui, AuD, Jennifer Groth

April 21, 2017

All modern hearing aids with any kind of automatic functionality use analysis of the acoustic environment. The most basic is the compression system, which uses level detectors to determine how much ga...   Read More

Teleaudiology 101

Keeley Moore, MA, CCC-A, FAAA

April 17, 2017

One main goal of telehealth is to improve access to specialty care, especially in rural areas, or other areas that are not easily accessible. Someone who needs care may live a great distance away from...   Read More

20Q: Preschool Hearing Screening is Essential for Early Identification of Childhood Hearing Loss

James W. Hall III, PhD

April 17, 2017

Hearing screening programs are recommended across all pediatric age ranges to detect potential hearing loss. Hearing screenings are designed to provide a quick and cost-effective method of identifying...   Read More


Get Connected - Go Beyond. Widex Made-for-iPhone Technology

Janelle Shaw, AuD, Jennifer Wright, AuD

March 17, 2017

This course reviews new features and benefits in the new Widex Beyond.   Read More

20Q: A Shot of Prevention - Hearing Loss from Recreational Firearm Noise

Deanna K. Meinke, PhD

March 13, 2017

How many people shoot recreational firearms? Approximately 46% of adult males and 13% of adult females reported firing a gun at some point in their lifetime on the 2007 U.S. National Health Interview...   Read More


20Q: Clinical Education and Precepting - Training the Next Generation of Audiologists

Joanne E. Schupbach, MS, MA

February 13, 2017

1. Is there one specific thing that is critical to ensuring high quality clinical training of students? Well this may sound a little too simple, but communication is fundamental to student training an...   Read More


On-Ear Verification of Open Fittings

Dave Smriga, MA

February 10, 2017

Welcome to today's webinar entitled, On-Ear Verification of Open Fittings. Today we’ll explore how Audioscan equipment can be used to effectively verify a patient's candidacy for an open fitting, gu...   Read More


Coding and Reimbursement Update for 2017 & Beyond

Kim Cavitt, AuD

February 6, 2017

Kim Cavitt: As you know, coding and reimbursement is a moving target as the information is constantly changing. Also, the links I have in this presentation were current at the time of the presentation...   Read More


Introduction to AB's Latest Innovation: The Naida Bimodal Hearing Solution

Lori Hambrick, AuD

January 31, 2017

The latest innovation from Advanced Bionics (AB) is the Naída Bimodal Hearing Solution shown in Figure 1. Today’s discussion will cover the following topics: benefits of bimodal hearing, details ab...   Read More


Update on Auditory Evoked Responses: Evidence-Based ABR Protocol for Infant Hearing Assessment

James W. Hall III, PhD

January 24, 2017

Learning Outcomes Introduction Dr. Jay Hall: Today’s course will focus on an evidence-based protocol for infant hearing assessment that has evolved over the past 45 years. This webinar is part...   Read More


Oticon Medical's Ponto 3 Sound Processor Family: Proven Technology to Make Listening Easier

Jaime Leigh Westbrook, AuD

January 20, 2017

The Ponto 3 Family of sound processors are the definition of power. In fact, they are the most powerful family of abutment-level sound processors available.   Read More

20Q: Hearing Loss and Dementia - Association, Link or Causation?

Piers Dawes, PhD

January 9, 2017

1. I think I pretty much know what dementia is, but what is your definition? ‘Dementia’ describes a set of symptoms that include memory problems, language problems, personality changes or thinking...   Read More


Efficacy of the Individual Components of a Tinnitus Management Protocol

Christina T. Stocking, AuD, Nancy A. Stecker, PhD

December 5, 2016

Tinnitus is a perception of sound in the ears or head in the absence of an actual physical sound. Tinnitus represents one of the most common and distressing otologic problems, and it can cause various...   Read More


The Role of Audiology in an Evidence-based Tinnitus Program

Brian Taylor, AuD, Sara L. Mattson, AuD

November 28, 2016

A review of evidence-based guidelines and principles for tinnitus management, and how they can be put into practice by audiologists.   Read More

20Q: Rehabilitative Audiology - Remaining Competitive in a Changing Hearing Healthcare Environment

Nancy Tye-Murray, PhD

November 14, 2016

1. I know you’ve talked about the importance of rehabilitative audiology for many years. Still have the same beliefs today? Nancy Tye-Murray: Even more so! This is a crucial topic. The ground is shi...   Read More


Helping Your Patients with Tinnitus: Signia Tinnitus Therapy Feature

Leanne Powers, AuD, Jennifer Gehlen, AuD

November 7, 2016

First, we're going to take you through the epidemiology and mechanisms of tinnitus. Then, we will explain how to adjust the Signia tinnitus therapy feature for your patients. This may be review for ma...   Read More


A Comparison of HyperSound and Conventional Loudspeaker Transmission Characteristics in an Anechoic Environment

Shaum Bhagat, PhD, Anusha Yellamsetty, MS, Brian Taylor, AuD

November 7, 2016

There are numerous listener benefits when listening to directional sound sources, including perceived improvements in the quality and clarity of sound. The HyperSound® Audio System uses ultrasonic te...   Read More

How to Overcome the Struggles of Pediatric Hearing Loss

Mary Humitz, AuD, CCC-A, FAAA, Melissa Tumblin

October 31, 2016

Having unilateral hearing loss is like having an invisible disability. Although the person can still hear, communicate and respond in many situations, they are often missing out on much of what is sai...   Read More


2 recorded webinars | Tele-Audiology Today presented in partnership with Salus University | Samantha Kleindienst Robler, AuD, Ph