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Adult Cochlear Implant Rehabilitation: What and Why (Adults, Professionals)

Course: #632Level: Intermediate1 Hour 6 Reviews
Recorded Webinar

This workshop will provide information on why adults should pursue rehabilitation after cochlear implantation and the various types of rehabilitation that may be helpful. Topics reviewed will include auditory and speech therapy, music appreciation, interactive software, and other tools that can be pursued as part of a home practice program. Case studies on several adults and their rehab experiences will be shared.


Course created on October 24, 2008

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No CEU credit available

Learning Outcomes

  • checkmarkAttendees will review benefits of rehabilitation for adult cochlear implant recipients.
  • checkmarkAttendees will review how to know when an individual might benefit from a rehabilitation program.
  • checkmarkAttendees will describe various rehab formats and tools, and how and why an individual might pursue them.


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