The importance and relevance of customization in other industries and our own creates a unique opportunity for differentiation.
How modern battery technology has reduced the impact of handheld electronic games on hearing performance.
Research indicates dentists may be at greater risk of noise-induced hearing loss. Today’s audiologists have more tools than ever before to assess this risk and prevent hearing loss.
The end of classifying and describing hearing loss based on the pure tone audiogram.
At the OEB MidSummit, a consensus stressed the urgency to develop the uniqueness of (human) professionals. Our training on Family Centered Care addresses crucial skills such as empathy.
Historically, conversations about hearing loss have focused on the ear. With current knowledge of neuroplasticity and auditory deprivation, our counselling narratives should be based on the brain.
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