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Frequency Lowering: A Unique Approach to High-Frequency Hearing Loss

Course: #1546Level: Intermediate1 Hour 53 Reviews
Recorded Webinar

This course will introduce a new technology for providing high-frequency speech information to the hearing aid wearer, frequency lowering. This technology reproduces high-frequency speech features in a lower frequency region while maintaining a broad hearing aid bandwidth.

Course created on October 12, 2011

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Learning Outcomes

  • checkmarkAfter this course learners will be able to describe the different approaches to addressing high-frequency hearing loss.
  • checkmarkAfter this course learners will be able to describe the protocol for selecting the use of the frequency lowering with specific audiograms.
  • checkmarkAfter this course learners will be able to describe the protocol for adjusting characteristics to the frequency lowering technology.

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Presenter Disclosure: Luis Camacho is an audiologist in the Education and Training Department for Starkey Laboratories, Inc.

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