New research from The University of Queensland, in collaboration with Sonova, explores how to improve family-centered care in adult audiology services.
In a world dominated by mobile phones, this article serves as a review of free, readily available iPhone apps designed for auditory training in children with hearing loss.
Bringing FCC into the clinical world sounds easy, but getting started takes more than good intentions. A recent study revealed barriers and facilitators in implementing this approach.
eAudiology is on the rise due to the pandemic which means involving family members in patient care is often just a video call away.
A guide to helping your clients embrace communication strategies that lead to enhanced communication. It promotes Family-Centered Care and could help improve the well-being of your clients who are spending extra time at home.
In studies looking at reducing mortality risk factors, maintaining social ties is ranked higher than quitting smoking, drinking less and doing exercise. Learn more about the importance of social connections in this interview with Professor Louise Hickson.