Audiometric tests are not very predictive of readiness for amplification. A 2009 JAAA article examines the effectiveness of one particular question and how it can be used during the pre-fitting appointment to determine perception of hearing handicap and readiness for amplification.
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Brian Taylor, AuD
Director of Practice Development & Clinical Affairs
Brian Taylor is the Director of Practice Development & Clinical Affairs for Unitron. Brian is responsible for Unitron Hearing US initiatives related to enhancing our customer’s expertise, professionalism, and effectiveness related to hearing aid technology, clinical procedures and practice development. Dr. Taylor manages Unitron’s Unite customer service program. In addition to his duties with Unitron, Brian is the Editor of Audiology Practices, the quarterly publication of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology. Brian Taylor is an employee of Unitron.
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