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Aural Rehabilitation And Counseling Adults CEU Courses

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Grand Rounds - Hearing Aids, presented in partnership with the University of Pittsburgh
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Catherine Palmer, PhD, Lori Zitelli, AuD, Virginia Milne, AuD, Benjamin Boss, AuD, CCC-A, Corrine B. Pfaff, AuD, Megan E. Keirans, AuD, CCC-A
Recorded Webinar
Course: #31136Level: Advanced1.5 Hours
This course features clinicians from the University of Pittsburgh presenting actual case studies on adult amplification with a range of audiological and medical diagnoses represented.

A Rationale for Audiology-Psychology Collaboration in the Management of Patients with Hearing Loss
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by David Citron III, PhD, Michael Harvey, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #31317Level: Intermediate3 Hours
This 2-part course series addresses collaboration with psychology for counseling as part of audiological management of hearing loss. Psychological post-trauma reactions to audiology office visits are described. Carkhuff’s (2014) helping skills, Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Listen, Empathize, Agree, Partner (L.E.A.P.), which are counseling strategies used to manage obesity, smoking cessation, alcohol use, exercise regimen, drug addiction and medication compliance, are reviewed. The course provides a rationale and explanation for application of these tools and strategies for managing patient denial and ambivalence toward hearing aid use as well as compliance with audiological recommendations.

A Rationale for Audiology-Psychology Collaboration: Strategies for Managing Patients' Anxiety and Ambivalence About Hearing Loss
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by David Citron III, PhD, Michael Harvey, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #31028Level: Intermediate1.5 Hours
This course is the second in a 2-part series about collaboration with psychology for counseling as part of audiological management of hearing loss. Carkhuff’s (2014) helping skills, Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Listen, Empathize, Agree, Partner (L.E.A.P.) are counseling strategies employed in health care to manage obesity, smoking cessation, alcohol use, exercise regimen, drug addiction and medication compliance. These strategies will be described, with emphasis on their utilization for managing patient denial and ambivalence toward hearing aid use as well as compliance with recommendations.

A Rationale for Audiology-Psychology Collaboration: Post Trauma Anxiety and Ambivalence About Hearing Loss
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by David Citron III, PhD, Michael Harvey, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #31019Level: Intermediate1.5 Hours
This course is part of a 2-course series addressing collaboration with psychology for counseling as part of audiological management of hearing loss. This first course will address psychological post-trauma reactions to audiology office visits. Tools will be described to navigate these landmines without going beyond the bounds of professional practice.

Listening Effort, Fatigue and Social Isolation: Consequences of Age Related Hearing Loss
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Barbara Weinstein, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #31022Level: Intermediate1.5 Hours
A hallmark of age related hearing loss is difficulty understanding in noisy environments. The difficulty requires significant listening effort on the listener’s part which, when prolonged, is associated with fatigue. The fatigue in combination with the listening effort and cognitive load often leads people to withdraw from social situations. Social disengagement has many downstream negative outcomes which will be discussed in this course.

20Q: Effective Counseling = Information + Feelings
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by David Citron III, PhD
Text/Transcript
Course: #31125Level: Introductory1 Hour
Counseling is most effective when it includes both content-giving and allows for patient feelings that arise from the audiology diagnosis and treatment process. This article is written in a Q & A style and discusses relevant counseling principles and tools from psychology that may help audiologists facilitate positive patient outcomes.

Foundational Aspects of Hearing and Aging: A Research Update
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Mitchell S. Sommers, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #30795Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will introduce members to age-related changes in both sensory function and cognitive abilities, with the goal of explaining the contribution of each to impaired speech perception in older adults. Current theories of speech perception as they apply to age-related changes in understanding spoken language will also be discussed.

Efficient, Effective Counseling: Making the Patient Experience Memorable
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Brian Urban, AuD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #30811Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Counseling serves as the foundation for our patient relationships, yet we know that - despite our best efforts - it is often ineffective. We will explore innovative ways to improve what patients remember and increase the likelihood they will follow through with recommendations.

Navigating the Risks and Rewards of Non-Custom Amplification Devices
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Brian Taylor, AuD, Jan Blustein, MD, PhD, Vinaya Manchaiah, AuD, MBA, PhD, Nicholas S. Reed, AuD, Jonathan Suen, AuD, Lori Zitelli, AuD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #29916Level: Intermediate5 Hours
Non-custom amplification devices broadly defined entail everything from personal sound amplification devices (PSAPs), assistive listening devices (ALDs), amplification smartphone-based apps, and the yet-to-be-created category of over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids. This 5-part course will explore the underlying public health rationale for embracing these devices (Jan Blustein), an evidence-based review of their efficacy and effectiveness (Vinaya Manchaiah), and current real-world examples of clinics that are using non-customized amplification devices to provide more comprehensive and inclusive solutions for patients (Lori Zitelli and Nicholas Reed). The series will begin with a course by Dr. Brian Taylor review of the findings of the June 2016 NASEM report on affordability and accessibility of hearing health care for adults, the shortcomings of the current audiology practice delivery model and opportunities for improving patient care by using new technology.

Aural Rehabilitation for the Older Adult
MED-EL CEU courses
Presented by Michael Douglas, MA, CCC-SLP
Recorded Webinar
Course: #29689Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Our older adult population, or those age 64 and above, is rising, and are projected to account for 25% of the population by the year 2050. They are healthier than before, more prosperous and better educated. As such their potential to benefit from hearing and speech science services is improved, eliminating age as a determining factor in deciding whether or not a patient is a candidate for hearing aids or cochlear implants. However, even with advances in technology, adults may still have problems with communication and will need to receive aural rehabilitation follow-up services. This course will consider assessment methods and post sensory management services aimed to alleviate the activity limitations and participation restrictions of the older adult with hearing loss.

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