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Grand Rounds in Cochlear Implant Candidacy (Live Webinar)
5/25/2016
Format(s): Live Webinar, Live Webinar (Group)
CEUs: CEU approval in process
2.0
Over the years, cochlear implant candidacy has changed dramatically. When devices were first introduced, only patients with little to no ability to recognize speech were considered. Advances in technology and evolving ideas about who can benefit from a cochlear implant have expanded the candidate pool, which now can include adults and children with greater preoperative residual hearing, nontraditional candidates (such as those with additional disabilities), and “off label” patients who do not meet the approved indications for the device but could benefit nonetheless (such as those with single sided deafness or asymmetrical, progressive hearing loss). This course will explain the candidacy changes in greater detail and provide guidelines to help professionals determine if a referral to a cochlear implant center is appropriate for a particular patient. The webinar will outline the roles of audiologists and SLPs in making these recommendations and will also discuss how to counsel patients regarding their possible candidacy for a cochlear implant.
Live Webinar
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$259.00


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Aural Rehabilitation in Private Practice
Format(s): Streaming Video
CEUs: 0.05
0.5
Comprehensive aural rehabilitation is not routinely provided in private practice due to a lack of time, reimbursement, and patient or clinician compliance. In this course, Dusty Jessen will offer audiologists and SLPs who work with adolescents and adults an overview of aural rehabilitation and suggestions to overcome the associated challenges. You’ll walk away with specific tools and resources for addressing the challenges of providing comprehensive aural rehabilitation.
$15.00
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Person-Centered Care: A Foundation for Audiology Practice
Format(s): Streaming Video
CEUs: 0.05
0.5
Throughout health care environments, patient-centered care is being emphasized as a critical component of the provision of services. Because traditional approaches to aural (or audiologic) rehabilitation – such as speech-reading and auditory training – can be difficult to implement or audiologists feel unprepared to offer them, patient-centered care can be a solid foundation for intervention and treatment for individuals with hearing loss. In this session, Joseph Montano reviews the current state of rehabilitative audiology with an emphasis on counseling, patient motivation, and communication environments in a patient-centered framework.
$15.00
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SIG 7 Perspectives Vol. 22, No. 2, November 2015
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.1
1.0
This issue of Perspectives includes a discussion of the challenges faced by private practice practitioners in the service and delivery of a comprehensive program of aural rehabilitation for adults and their families. Professional issues such as limited time, compliance, and reimbursement are addressed and potential strategies to meet these challenges are presented. Authors also describe a program to (re)establish telephone use and communication for adults who use cochlear implants. They emphasized the development of shared goal setting for adults with cochlear implants and their communication partners.
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$20.00
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$26.00
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$5.00
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SIG 6 Perspectives Vol. 19, No. 2, November 2015
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.15
1.5
This issue of Perspectives focused on hearing loss associated with specific medical conditions. We summarized recent research findings on HIV and hearing impairment and identified regions of the auditory system which seem to be most at-risk in cases of HIV infection. We reviewed the sensitivity, specificity, and limitations of the conventional (slow stimulus rate) click and frequency specific electrocochleography measure and describe two novel and promising techniques in electrocochleography useful in the assessment of Ménière’s disease. Finally, the authors presented a review of genetic considerations in hearing impairment, and discussed the issues and implications of genetic screening and testing for individuals with hearing impairment.
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$25.00
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$33.00
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2016 Coding and Documentation Update for Audiologists (On Demand Webinar)
Format(s): On Demand Webinar, On Demand Webinar (Group)
CEUs: 0.2
2.0
What does "practicing at the top of your license" really mean, and what can audiologists do to ensure that they are appropriately reimbursed for the services they provide? This webinar will explore these questions by connecting practical coding and reimbursement concepts to a larger discussion of how audiologists can demonstrate the value of their services and protect their bottom line. We will discuss ICD-10 problem areas, coding conundrums, documentation to demonstrate skilled care, tips on how to navigate privatized managed care, and the emergence of the pay-for-performance reimbursement model.
On Demand Webinar
Member: $99.00
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SIG 7 Perspectives Vol. 22, No. 1, May 2015
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.05
0.5
This issue of Perspectives included a brief literature review on research in music perception performance in adults who use cochlear implants (CIs). Although CIs were primarily designed to benefit perception of spoken speech, there has been growing interest in outcomes for music perception, specifically the perception of rhythm, pitch, and melody in music.
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$55.00
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$72.00
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$5.00
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Grand Rounds in Cochlear Implant Candidacy (On Demand Webinar)
Format(s): On Demand Webinar, On Demand Webinar (Group)
CEUs: CEU approval in process
2.0
Over the years, cochlear implant candidacy has changed dramatically. When devices were first introduced, only patients with little to no ability to recognize speech were considered. Advances in technology and evolving ideas about who can benefit from a cochlear implant have expanded the candidate pool, which now can include adults and children with greater preoperative residual hearing, nontraditional candidates (such as those with additional disabilities), and “off label” patients who do not meet the approved indications for the device but could benefit nonetheless (such as those with single sided deafness or asymmetrical, progressive hearing loss). This course will explain the candidacy changes in greater detail and provide guidelines to help professionals determine if a referral to a cochlear implant center is appropriate for a particular patient. The webinar will outline the roles of audiologists and SLPs in making these recommendations and will also discuss how to counsel patients regarding their possible candidacy for a cochlear implant.
On Demand Webinar
Member: $99.00
Nonmember: $129.00
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$259.00


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SIG 9 Perspectives Vol. 25, No. 2, September 2015
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.15
1.5
This issue of Perspectives focuses on 3 topics: phonological awareness in children who are deaf or hard of hearing, issues unique to children with unilateral hearing loss, and facilitating language interpreting in audiology clinics. The articles provide valuable information for clinicians who serve children who are deaf and hard of hearing including audiologists, early interventionists, speech-language pathologists, and teachers.
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$25.00
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$33.00
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$5.00
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Early Hearing Detection and Intervention: Issues and Trends
Format(s): Journal (Online)
CEUs: 0.45
4.5
For many years, states have been following national guidelines for universal newborn hearing screenings to help identify children with hearing loss and coordinate follow-up. Yet there are still significant numbers of children who are lost to follow-up and do not receive timely care. This journal self-study explores issues related to early hearing detection and intervention (EHDI), including what data are collected, how process changes may affect follow-up, which factors appear to most influence follow-up after the identification of hearing loss, and whether or not adding genetic testing to the newborn hearing screening process will aid in the detection of at-risk children. The self-study also looks at what can be done to support parents of children with hearing loss and how identification after the newborn period influences the timeliness of service delivery. Clinicians who work with newborns with hearing loss will benefit from learning more about the obstacles that prevent families from obtaining timely services and ways to assist other professionals and parents to ensure optimal care.
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$53.00
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$68.00
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SIG 15 Perspectives Vol. 20, No. 2, May 2015
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.1
1.0
This issue of Perspectives is focused on hearing loss and associated deficits in the geriatric population. The issue will offer a discussion of various cognitive-communicative issues and aural rehabilitation techniques related to hearing loss in older adults. Articles address the impact of subjective and objective hearing loss on cognition and memory in older adults, the value of auditory training to improve cognitive and discrimination abilities specifically in Elderly Hearing Impaired (EHI) listeners with cognitive decline, aural rehabilitation sources for speech-language pathologists, and coding issues for aural rehabilitation.
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$20.00
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$26.00
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$5.00
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SIG 9 Perspectives Vol. 25, No. 1, April 2015
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.25
2.5
This issue of Perspectives focuses on two main topics: Factors affecting hearing aid use in children and the education of children who are deaf and hard of hearing. The scant research in the area of hearing aid use in infants and young children is provided, and recent data is presented. The November 2014 Title II ADA Policy is discussed as it relates to communication access in the classroom. Trends in the education of students who are deaf and hard of hearing are explored.
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$35.00
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$46.00
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$5.00
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Audiology 2013: Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD) Best Buy
Format(s): eWorkshop
This low-priced Best Buy provides you with sessions that highlight cutting-edge research and the best treatment approaches to use when working with clients who have CAPD, presented by leading scientists and clinicians from around the world. Here’s a peak at some of the most popular topics:
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$199.00
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$259.00
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Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD): Assessment
Format(s): eWorkshop
CEUs: 0.3
3.0
This course includes three recorded sessions from the online conference “Audiology 2013: Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD).” These sessions focus specifically on different angles of CAPD assessment. The conference included a total of 14 sessions, with the broad goal of bringing together leading scientists and clinicians from around the world to present cutting-edge research and the best treatment approaches to use when working with clients who have CAPD.
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$79.00
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$103.00
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Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD): Intervention
Format(s): eWorkshop
CEUs: 0.55
5.5
This course includes five recorded sessions from the online conference “Audiology 2013: Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD).” These sessions focus specifically on CAPD interventions. The conference included a total of 14 sessions, with the broad goal of bringing together leading scientists and clinicians from around the world to present cutting-edge research and the best treatment approaches to use when working with clients who have CAPD.
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$129.00
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$168.00
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Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD): Research
Format(s): eWorkshop
CEUs: 0.2
2.0
This course includes two recorded sessions from the online conference “Audiology 2013: Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD).” These sessions focus specifically on research in CAPD. The conference included a total of 14 sessions, with the broad goal of bringing together leading scientists and clinicians from around the world to present cutting-edge research and the best treatment approaches to use when working with clients who have CAPD.
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$59.00
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$77.00
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Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD): Underlying Causes
Format(s): eWorkshop
CEUs: 0.4
4.0
This course includes four recorded sessions from the online conference “Audiology 2013: Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD).” These sessions focus specifically on the underlying causes of CAPD. The conference included a total of 14 sessions, with the broad goal of bringing together leading scientists and clinicians from around the world to present cutting-edge research and the best treatment approaches to use when working with clients who have CAPD.
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$99.00
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$129.00
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SIG 7 Perspectives Vol. 21, No. 2, November 2014
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.15
1.5
This issue of Perspectives included a discussion of the use of personal narratives in person-centered audiologic rehabilitation. Also included is a story of an author’s personal journey living with hearing loss, focused on personal reactions to diagnosis and management recommendations. The third article explored the relationship between hearing aid self-efficacy and hearing aid management.
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$25.00
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$33.00
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$5.00
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SIG 9 Perspectives Vol. 24, No. 2, September 2014
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.3
3.0
This issue of Perspectives focuses on aspects of care and management for practitioners who provide services to children who are deaf or hard of hearing. The lead article by Bess and Hornsby explores the effects of fatigue in children with hearing loss. Three articles variously address the unique needs of children with mild, minimal and/or unilateral hearing loss. The final article provides insight into the importance of monitoring speech-language performance and progress as well as hearing aid use.
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$40.00
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$52.00
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$5.00
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Audiology 2014: Genetics and Hearing Loss Best Buy
Format(s): eWorkshop
Get the information you need about the role genetics plays in hearing loss with this Best Buy, which contains all the sessions from the popular Audiology 2014: Genetics and Hearing Loss online conference.
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$199.00
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$259.00
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SIG 9 Perspectives Vol. 24, No. 1, April 2014
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.1
1.0
This issue of Perspectives considers three aspects of care and management for practitioners who provide services to children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Melody Harrison reviews the 2013 American Academy of Otolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery Clinical Practice Guideline for tympanostomy tube insertion in children with otitis media with effusion. Two articles focus on red flags that affect childrens’ access to auditory input. Eight red flags to watch for in children who have cochlear implants (CI) is the topic of Douglas Sladen’s paper. In the final article, Andrea Bell and K. Todd Houston discuss the barriers to the development of listening and spoken language in children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
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$20.00
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$26.00
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$5.00
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SIG 7 Perspectives Vol. 21, No. 1, May 2014
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.15
1.5
This issue of Perspectives focuses on a discussion of current topics in aural rehabilitation with a focus on person-centered care and how it can be implemented in audiologic rehabilitation. First is a discussion of the use of personal narratives and ways to incorporate personal narratives into an audiologic practice focusing on the development of skills such as reflective listening, paraphrasing, using open- and closed-ended questions, and silence. The second article discusses shared decision-making and its importance in audiologic rehabilitation as well as the changes required to implement it effectively. Third is a discussion of self-efficacy in patient-centered audiologic rehabilitation for adults with hearing loss, including an overview of self-efficacy theory and its application to audiologic rehabilitation. The article discusses techniques that clinicians can use to promote self-efficacy as well.This issue of Perspectives focuses on a discussion of current topics in aural reh
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$25.00
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$33.00
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SIG 6 Perspectives Vol. 18, No. 1, April 2014
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.1
1.0
This issue of Perspectives considers novel and emerging issues concerning assessment of balance control and vestibular function. We first provide an overview of the contributions of the vestibular system and other systems utilized in balance control and dynamic gait. We then describe a novel training approach that integrates students in audiology and physical therapy in a transdisciplinary assessment program. Finally, we present an overview of vestibular assessment in the post-cochlear implanted patient, with emphasis on the emerging issues particular to a patient with bilateral cochlear implantation.
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$20.00
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$26.00
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$5.00
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Genetics and Etiologies of Hearing Loss
Format(s): eWorkshop
CEUs: 0.65
6.5
This program includes five recordings that discuss the origins of particular types of hearing loss and related disorders. The course examines common syndromes associated with hearing loss as well as unilateral and vestibular disorders, enlargement of the vestibular aqueduct (EVA), and sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) with a focus on Connexin 26 mutations, paying special attention to the criteria that indicate the need for referrals for additional evaluation. The course will also explore the embryology of the external, middle, and internal ear—with emphasis on relevance to clinical features of congenital and progressive forms of hearing impairment—and discuss how the embryologic development of the ear is related to the development of other organ systems and how they play a part in certain hearing loss syndromes. These recordings originally appeared in the 2014 online conference “Audiology 2014: Genetics and Hearing Loss.”
$181.00
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Genetics and Hearing Loss: An Overview
Format(s): eWorkshop
CEUs: 0.35
3.5
This course includes three recordings to expand audiologists' and other professionals' understanding of genetics and its influence on diagnosing and treating various forms of hearing loss. First, we'll walk through the basic building blocks of genetics—DNA, RNA, and proteins—to understand how organisms grow and function, and how traits and diseases are inherited. The course will then cover current information regarding epidemiologic characteristics of hereditary hearing loss, including incidence and prevalence of genetic hearing loss, summary of etiologies, inheritance patterns, proportion of syndromic versus nonsyndromic forms, important nomenclature, and progress in gene identification. The course will also examine pedigree symbols and construction, and address how to use pedigrees as a tool in clinical practice. These recordings originally appeared in the 2014 online conference “Audiology 2014: Genetics and Hearing Loss.”
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$89.00
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$116.00
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The Role of Genetic Testing and Other Technologies in Understanding Hearing Loss
Format(s): eWorkshop
CEUs: 0.4
4.0
This course includes three recordings that discuss genetic testing and other technologies that can help clinicians, patients, and families understand and manage hearing impairments. This course will look at the landscape of available genetic testing technologies, compare the advantages and limitations of each, and examine the process for interpreting and reporting genetic testing results. The course will also examine the different ways hearing loss presents across families, consider the pros and cons of current molecular panels to test for a molecular etiology, and discuss how families perceive and use this information. It will also explore the current science and technology related to complex genetics at a broad level and specifically how it might be applied to age-related hearing impairment.
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$99.00
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$129.00
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SIG 7 Perspectives Vol. 20, No. 3, December 2013
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.1
1.0
This issue of Perspectives focuses on a discussion of current topics in aural rehabilitation. Presented first is a discussion of how to use a family-centered care approach in adult hearing rehabilitation with reference to “third-party disability.” This article discusses the role of family-centered care in hearing rehabilitation and strategies for increased inclusion of family members in the rehabilitation process.
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$20.00
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$26.00
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$5.00
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SIG 9 Perspectives Vol. 23, No. 2, December 2013
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.1
1.0
In our work with young children who are deaf or hard of hearing, a special knowledge base and skill set is necessary in order to ensure best outcomes. Tests and procedures that we use in this work, from assessment of hearing thresholds to validation of amplified outcomes require an approach that addresses age specific needs and normative data.
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$20.00
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$26.00
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SIG 7 Perspectives Vol. 20, No. 2, October 2013
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.15
1.5
This issue of Perspectives focused on historical and current topics in aural rehabilitation. Included was a retrospective discussion of changes in the field over 40 years in the areas of hearing aid selection, hearing aid fitting, hearing aid options and distribution, and adult group aural rehabilitation.
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$25.00
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$33.00
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SIG 9 Perspectives Vol. 23, No. 1, September 2013
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
CEUs: 0.05
0.5
This issue of Perspectives highlights challenges in assessing children when there are developmental concerns in addition to hearing loss. Specialty assessment tools, including an interdisciplinary team approach, are discussed. Information is provided regarding the impact of using assessment tools for diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) when children are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
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$15.00
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$20.00
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Advances in Tinnitus Research: Assessment, Treatment, and Neuroscience Basis
Format(s): Journal (Online), Journal (Print)
CEUs: 0.6
6.0
Gain unique insight into the fundamental mechanisms and properties of tinnitus, including its identification, generation, maintenance, interaction with other sensory systems, and possible treatments.
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$60.00
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$78.00


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