Faces of Audiology
“I love helping people hear better and seeing these positive changes in their capacity to communicate, which then positively impacts their personal relationships. For me, that’s really the meat and bones of what we do.”
Technologies are reshaping how we connect with our patients and allowing healthcare practitioners to provide services to patients based on what they need or want. From a family-centered care perspective, eAudiology is a good thing – but, there are questions we need to answer first.
AutoSense OS provides benefits above users’ self-selection of listening programs.
Humidity level in ear canals vary. How close are we to predicting ear health issues before fitting a Lyric hearing aid?
The new Quick Practice Guideline provides professionals working with children with hearing loss with guidance on how to manage unilateral hearing loss — because we now know that one ear is just not enough.
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