This course will review strategies that put the client’s needs at the center of hearing care guidance, recommendations and education. After taking this course participants will be able to identify efficient and effective practices that will motivate clients in their hearing care journey.
• After this course, participants will be able to list the elements of person-centered hearing care • After this course, participants will be able to describe the benefits of person-centered hearing care to the hearing aid client and the hearing care provider• After this course, participants will be able to describe how Widex MOMENT supports goals of person-centered hearing care
0-5 minutes: What does Person-Centered Hearing Care mean
5-10 minutes: Elements of Person-Centered Hearing Care
10-15 minutes: Case examples of applied Person-Centered Hearing Care
Course created on May 26, 2022
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Clinical Product Specialist
Natalie Loyola completed her Bachelor of Arts in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences at San Diego State University and her Doctorate in Audiology (Au.D.) from the Arizona School of Health Sciences. Prior to joining Widex, she worked as the Director of Audiology at a large ENT practice. Other audiology experiences include various ENT, government and private practice settings as well as working with the pediatric population at a children’s hospital. Natalie has worked in the industry with hearing aid and cochlear implant manufactures. She has experience in product development, research and development, research and technology, marketing, sales and clinical product research. Natalie is a native Spanish speaker and is a licensed audiologist/hearing aid dispenser in California. She has a passion for humanitarian efforts and has donated her time and services in Mexico, Ecuador, and Nicaragua. Natalie was born and raised in Napa Valley, CA and in her free time enjoys working out, traveling, and living in San Diego with her fiancé and Pomsky dog.
Instructors have a financial relationship with Widex as salaried employees and have a direct interest in the subject matter of the presented session.
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