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20Q: Hearing Loss, Hearing Aids and Dementia - Don’t Let the Science be Hijacked by Hype
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Kevin J. Munro, PhD, MSc, Piers Dawes, PhD
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Course: #39571Level: Intermediate1 Hour
There is an association between hearing loss and cognitive decline, and hearing loss is also a risk factor for dementia. This course reviews the evidence that hearing loss causes dementia and treating hearing loss reduces the risk of dementia.

Research Quick Takes Volume 7: Useful Clinical Nuggets Mined From Recent Hearing Aid Research
Signia CEU courses
Presented by Brian Taylor, AuD, H. Gustav Mueller, PhD
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Course: #42954Level: Intermediate5.5 Hours
This course includes short summaries of recent journal articles that have direct clinical applications. Key teaching points are explained. The summaries are from articles spanning five different areas: pre-fitting considerations, pre-fitting testing, features and signal processing, selection and fitting, and verification.

20Q: Auditory Processing Disorders - Is There a Gold Standard?
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Andrew J. Vermiglio, AuD
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Course: #39454Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This course describes the origins and current views on the auditory processing disorder (APD) construct. This course includes a discussion of the identification of the “gold” or reference standard test (or test battery) used for the diagnosis of an APD.

20Q: Working with Medicare - Reimbursement Rules of Engagement
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Anna M. Jilla, AuD, PhD
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Course: #39389Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This article reviews Medicare coverage policies for audiology services. An overview of health policy statutes related to audiologist participation in the Medicare program are provided.

A Comprehensive Guide to Fitting Frequency-Lowering Hearing Aids
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Joshua M. Alexander, PhD, CCC-A
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Course: #39442Level: Advanced12 Hours
This article comprehensively examines the intricacies and applications of frequency-lowering technologies in hearing aids. It delves into the various methods of different manufacturers, detailing the technical aspects and potential impacts on speech perception. It emphasizes the need for careful consideration in applying these technologies, tailored to individual needs, and highlights the balance between enhancing audibility and preserving the perceptual distinctions between frequency-lowered speech sounds. The article is a crucial resource for clinicians and researchers, offering insights into optimizing hearing aid performance through frequency-lowering techniques.

Textbook CE Course: Tinnitus: Advances in Prevention, Assessment, and Management
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Aniruddha Deshpande, PhD, James W. Hall III, PhD
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Course: #39364Level: Advanced47.5 Hours
"Tinnitus: Advances in Prevention, Assessment, and Management addresses the widespread issue of inaccurate information on tinnitus, a condition searched over 110,000 times monthly. This resource, presented in an accessible format, compiles evidence-based insights from peer-reviewed journals to serve as a practical guide for healthcare professionals, students, and individuals dealing with bothersome tinnitus, covering prevention, assessment, and management, including recent developments related to COVID-19 and social media."

20Q: Changes to Auditory Processing and Cognition During Normal Aging – Should it Affect Hearing Aid Programming? Part 2 – Programming Hearing Aids for Older Adults
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Richard Windle, PhD, MSc, CS
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Course: #39168Level: Advanced2.5 Hours
Part 1 discussed how a decline in some elements of cognition and auditory processing alters speech perception during normal aging. This course considers how hearing aids may help or hinder speech perception for older adults. The author discusses how different hearing aid settings can affect the speech signal and consider practical ways we can use this in the clinic to offer the optimum fitting for an individual, in particular how we should set up hearing aid compression.

Demonstrating the Real-Life Reliability of Rexton Rugged
Rexton CEU courses
Presented by Jackeline Sampaio, BSc, MBA, Yana Pak, MA
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Course: #39357Level: Introductory2.5 Hours
This article aims to raise the awareness of the importance of the durability and reliability of hearing aids. It presents a survey, in which the durability, reliability and audiological performance of the Rexton Rugged hearing aids were assessed in real life.

A Course Design Overview for Audiology Instruction
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Kimberly Skinner, AuD, PhD, Danica Billingsly, AuD
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Course: #39329Level: Introductory1.5 Hours
This course serves as a practical start-up guide to designing a course or workshop for new instructors or those looking to polish their existing skills. With immediately-applicable steps starting from the very basics, this will guide readers to integrate goals with learning objectives, contents, and assessments.

20Q: Changes to Auditory Processing and Cognition During Normal Aging – Should it Affect Hearing Aid Programming? Part 1 – Changes Associated with Normal Aging
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Richard Windle, PhD, MSc, CS
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Course: #39167Level: Advanced2.5 Hours
Many aspects of cognition and auditory processing decline with normal aging, and this makes it difficult to hear in challenging situations, even without the additional problems caused by peripheral hearing loss. There is a huge amount of literature about hearing and aging. This course summarizes relevant findings and discusses the processes of normal aging that particularly affect speech perception.

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