By gaining a better understanding of hyperacusis, you can help reduce its impact and improve the well-being of your patients. Dr. Dany Pineault, Academic and Clinical Audiologist, shares what we know about these conditions and how you can help.
One of the most important things we can do for our health and well-being as we get older is maintain our social ties. Louise Hickson, Professor of Audiology at the University of Queensland Australia, explains why including family in hearing healthcare can help your clients benefit from this ‘social cure.’
Experts in cognition and hearing contributed to an evidence-based guideline that promotes hearing and cognitive health in audiologic rehabilitation.
Hearing aid wearers often look for resources to help them understand and properly manage their hearing technology. The Phonak YouTube channel has insightful and educational videos for you to share. Learn more in this short article.
Neuropsychologist and Audiological Engineer, Dr. Teresa Wenhart, explains why music is an important topic for hearing care professionals, audiological researchers, and audiological engineers.
It can be difficult for people to navigate and understand different hearing aid features. The NALguide empowers hearing aid users to better understand the vast landscape of hearing technology available.
This year’s event used a renowned improv program to teach students effective counseling skills. Learn more from event organizer, Steve Hallenbeck, Au.D., including how you can access the content.
When you’re a child, a lot can change over summer break. This checklist is a reminder of what you need to consider when you see your school-aged children next.
Hearing health is tied to healthy aging. Learn how Phonak is contributing to groundbreaking studies on cognition and delivering guidance and tools to help you address well-being in audiological care.
Bringing adults with hearing loss and their family members together to problem solve day-to-day communication in a supportive environment.
The Family Oriented Communication Assessment and Solutions (FOCAS) tool has the potential to address the emotional impact of hearing loss on both clients and their families, removing barriers to hearing aid adoption.
Involving patients and family members in a conversation about hearing aid outcomes can lead to the sharing of divergent views. Are you comfortable handling this?