Including family in audiologic rehabilitation benefits all involved.
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.
Hearing health advocate, Shari Eberts, shares 10 ways to improve the patient experience during that very important first visit.
Interdisciplinary clinics are beginning to introduce clinic-based parent-to-parent support. Learn about the benefits of the ‘family consultant’ role.
Research Audiologist, Dr. Elizabeth Stewart, summarizes findings from a recent study looking at some of the challenges clinicians face when providing hearing healthcare to culturally and linguistically diverse families and a few ways these challenges can be overcome.
Research from The University of Queensland, in collaboration with Sonova, has shown how implementing family-centered care in adult audiology appointments can lead to benefits in client satisfaction with services.
Creating inclusion and focusing on cultural sensitivity can help improve your services to families from underrepresented and culturally diverse families. Learn about an upcoming webinar that might inspire you.
Dr. Joseph Montano explains why he always invites family into audiological sessions and how it impacts their well-being.
A communication tool for pediatric audiologists – designed to support conversations with families and improve the effectiveness of our recommendations.
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.