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Cognivue Thrive - November 2021

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7911 Rae Blvd.
Victor, NY 14564
Phone: 585-203-1969
Fax: 585-203-1970


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Continuing Education

Beyond the Audiogram: Understanding the Role of Cognitive Screening, Speech in Noise (and more) in Amplification
Cognivue CEU courses
Presented by Lori Adams, AuD, Douglas Beck, AuD, FAAA, CCC-A
Recorded Webinar
Course: #38341Level: Advanced1 Hour
Most “hearing tests” do not include listening and communication assessments, nor do they include speech in noise tests (SIN) despite decades-old Best Practice statements from AAA and ASHA and more recently IHS. In this course, we will discuss the benefits and rationale and value of complete audiometric assessments and adherence to “diagnosis first, treatment second.”

Cognition and Audition: A Deeper Dive
Cognivue CEU courses
Presented by Lori Adams, AuD, Douglas Beck, AuD, FAAA, CCC-A
Recorded Webinar
Course: #38340Level: Introductory1 Hour
As the relationship between Hearing Loss, SupraThreshold Listening Disorders (STLDs), Speech in Noise (SIN) ability and neurocognitive disorders (NCDs) have often been correlated, a thorough understanding of these relationships is beneficial. A review of recent publications and preliminary analysis will be presented.

The Role of Audiology in Building a Collaborative Ecosystem Around Cognitive Health
Cognivue CEU courses
Presented by Amit Gosalia, AuD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #37382Level: Introductory0.5 Hours
In the evolving healthcare ecosystem, there is an increasing opportunity for audiologists in education, screening, and communication around the connection between cognition and audition. Audiologists can fill an important role in the multidisciplinary patient-centric care model around cognitive health by partnering with MD professionals.

Cognition and Audition: Supporting Evidence, Screening Options, and Clinical Research
Cognivue CEU courses
Presented by Regina Presley, AuD, FAAA, CCC-A
Recorded Webinar
Course: #37381Level: Introductory1 Hour
The evidence supporting the connection between cognitive health and hearing performance continues to expand, further supporting the need for a cognitive screening tool as part of an audiology clinical practice. This course will provide guidance on cognitive screening options, the benefits and challenges of each, evidence to support the use of each tool, and current clinical research that is underway exploring new technologies, implementation, and clinical outcomes.


Enhancing Audiologic Care Through Cognitive Screening

October 1, 2021

This course covers the link between audition and cognition, why it matters to patients and clinicians, and how Dr. Davis integrates cognitive screening into her practice clinically and logistically.

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Thought Leader Summit - Promoting Cognitive Health and the Role of the Hearing Care Professional

September 1, 2021

Hear from peers on science supporting cognition and audition & best practices to incorporate cognitive screening into an audiology practice. Access complimentary on-demand modules until September...

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Cognivue featured on The Balancing Act

December 21, 2020

Dr. Jill Davis and Dr. Heidi Hill discuss the ear-to-brain connection and the importance of promoting cognitive health as an aspect of healthy communication! The segment promotes which in...

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A closer look at Cognivue Thrive

November 10, 2020

Cognivue Thrive is a 5-minute, fully computerized cognitive screening test, self-administered by the patient in only 5 minutes. Learn why the opportunity is now to enhance patient-centered care throug...

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Introducing Cognivue Thrive

November 10, 2020

Get to know Cognivue Thrive – a new option for cognitive screening in audiology practice.

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Cognivue - Patient Introduction

October 16, 2020

Welcome to Cognivue! This is a screening to measure your cognitive performance. Please use headphones if available.

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The Balancing Act

October 16, 2020

Mild cognitive impairment is a condition that causes slight, but noticeable changes in memory and even thinking. What you may not know is that cognitive issues can be caused by an underlying health is...

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Beck Brings Four Decades of Experience in Audiology and Communication Disorders and Sciences to Cognivue

Cognivue Recruits Top Scientists for Clinical Advisory Board

Cognivue Launches Real-World Data Collection Project to Study Hearing and Cognitive Function Relationship

Cognivue is as Effective as MoCA While Demonstrating Better Test-Retest Reliability for Assessing Cognitive Impairment, According to New Paper

Cognivue, Inc. Receives Medical Device Establishment License from Health Canada

Ask the Expert

How Does Cognivue Compare to Other Cognitive Screening Instruments in Assessing Cognitive Function?
Amyn Amlani, PhD

How Has Cognitive Screening Enhanced Your Patient Care Model?
Judy Huch, AuD

How Does Cognitive Screening Enhance Audiologic Patient Care?
Heidi Hill, AuD


Cognivue Technology is as Effective as MoCA: What Does this Mean to Audiologists, Their Practices, and Patients?
Regina Presley, AuD, FAAA, CCC-A

Using Cognitive Screening to Develop Referral Pathways between Audiologists, PCPs, and Neurologists
Jill Davis, AuD, John Kim, MD

A Closer Look at Cognivue Thrive, A New Option for Cognitive Screening in Audiology
Heather Harris

Cognitive Screening in Audiology Practice
Tom O’Neill

A New Option for Cognitive Screening in Audiology Practice: Interview with Cognivue’s CEO, Tom O’Neill
Tom O’Neill


Cognivue Audiology Information Flyer

Hearing Loss Can Impact Cognition - Be on the front line of promoting cognitive health

Cognivue Patient Flyer

Hearing Loss Can Impact Your Cognitive Health - The Audiologist is your partner in cognitive health.

Cognivue Thrive Sample Report

Cognivue Thrive Sample Report

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