Research suggests that stigma does play a role in hearing aid adoption but it’s not so clear cut exactly how it does and there are still many unanswered questions. Here’s a sneak peek at what new research discoveries are soon to be released.
Extending QoL conversations from the individualized level to the family level. If we help them identify ways to make their family life happier with better hearing, we are one step closer to family-centered care.
Have you already listened to the second episode of our podcast starring Joe Montano, Professor of Audiology at Weill Cornell Medical College, New York?
Two drivers, one bus – A novel tool for promoting pediatric family-centered care.
Family members can help patients with hearing loss make decisions about their management options. And when supportive, they can even increase the uptake of hearing aids.
Welcome to our brand-new podcast series on Family-Centered Care! In the first episode, Louise Hickson tells us why there is no need for mixed feelings about involving the family into hearing care. Listen in!
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