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Get Connected: Rehabilitation after a CI; Research & Practical Strategies for Teens and Adults

Course: #28096 1 Hour
Recorded Webinar

Learn why rehabilitation post implantation is important along with auditory skills you can practice at home today. These strategies will help you maximize your success in listening in quiet and in noise. At the end of this course you will:
1. Understand the steps to developing auditory skills and how it relates to teens and adults who are learning to hear.
2. Learn 5 resources or activities a teen or adult can use in everyday environments while learning to listen.
3. Understand the importance of aural habilitation in achieving your maximal success in listening in quiet and in noise.

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No CEU credit available

Course created on September 27, 2016

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