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Understanding Single Sided Deafness: Evaluation and Treatment (Professionals)

Course: #1592Level: Intermediate1 Hour 377 Reviews
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This one-hour course was produced to offer insight into single sided unilateral hearing loss. Cause, effect and treatment will be discussed relative to how single sided deafness presents itself to daily communication situations.


Course created on December 1, 2011

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Learning Outcomes

  • checkmarkAfter this course participants will be able to list the various causes of SSD
  • checkmarkAfter this course participants will be able to explain how SSD may interfere with every day speech communication and spatial hearing
  • checkmarkAfter this course participants will be able to discuss treatment options such as CROS traditional and Transcranial CROS
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Presenter Disclosure: George Cire currently works as Clinical/Technical Manager of Bone Anchored Solutions for Cochlear Americas. He has no non-financial relationships to disclose.

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