Once we identify the obstacles that are preventing us from implementing a family-centered approach, we can brainstorm and find facilitators to overcome them.
Bringing adults with hearing loss and their family members together to problem solve day-to-day communication is a brilliant way to provide family-centered hearing care.
Bringing Family Centered Care (FCC) to life takes a conscious effort. By simply setting clear, easy and measurable goals, you can confidently raise your hand the next time you’re asked whether you practice FCC.
For family-centered care to be effective in your clinic, it should be embraced by all staff members.
You can do a good job practicing family-centered care (FCC) without any special tools, but with the right tools, you can do it much better!
The profession of audiology is changing at a rapid pace. A family-centered care approach to eAudiology can help ease the transition from a traditional model to an innovative one.
My husband knows when I struggle to hear and fills the blind spot in the dialogue with my HCP. Family-centered care ensures we work together towards solutions that fit our true needs.
Why family centred care will benefit your patient and your business.
Why family centered care will benefit your patient and your business.
What practicing clinicians think about Family-Centered Care and how they cope with challenges.
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.
Family are the key communication partners of the person with hearing loss – don’t waste this resource.