The use of remote hearing care has been shown to provide benefits for professionals, patients and their families. Parents of preschool-aged children who wear hearing aids were interviewed to understand their experiences using the Oticon remote hearing care application with their clinical audiologist.
Course created on November 30, 2021
- After this course, participants will be able to describe the key components of self-determination theory.
- After this course, participants will be able to identify the facilitators of relatedness between the parent and the audiologist.
- After this course, participants will be able to describe the benefits of remote hearing care.
|5-15 Minutes||Self-Determination Theory|
|15-30 Minutes||Literature review: Remote hearing care and children.|
|30-45 Minutes||Remote hearing care study|
|45-50 Minutes||Implications for clinical practice|
|50-55 Minutes||Future research|
Director of Clinical Research and Professional Relations
Dave Gordey has been a pediatric audiologist for twenty-eight years. Dave previously worked at a pediatric clinic and hospital in Victoria and North Vancouver, British Columbia. Dave is the past president of the Canadian Academy of Audiology. Dave is the director of pediatric audiology and research for Oticon and an adjunct research professor at Western University. Dave's current research projects include mentorship of children and teens who are deaf or hard of hearing, bone conduction devices, UHL, and the social and emotional development of children.
Catherine Moyer earned her doctorate in audiology in 2007 from San Diego State University/UC San Diego joint programs. She has worked at Rady Children's Hospital as part of the Audiology team since 2006. She has chosen to specialize in auditory evoked potentials, diagnostic audiology and hearing aid treatment for the pediatric population. She has specialized experience in working with bone-conduction devices and provides support to the Craniofacial and Cleft Palate teams. She is a fellow with the American Academy of Audiology, part of the American Speech-Language and Audiology Association, and holds a license in the state of California for audiology and hearing aid dispensing. She has also worked with the County of San Diego to help teach nurses and medical assistance personal on proper procedures for pediatric hearing screenings within the primary care setting.
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