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Interacoustics Academy to Host Webinar Series July 13-16

Interacoustics Academy announced a live, online learning event dedicated towards trends in pediatric assessment and hearing aid fitting to take place on July 13-16, 2020. The event will be hosted as an online classroom environment, consisting of video presentations, software demonstrations, and Q&A sessions.

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Ida Institute Partners with Healthy Hearing and Hearing Directory

The Ida Institute announced a new collaboration between the Ida Institute, Healthy Hearing, and Hearing Directory, which will allow people with hearing loss across the US and Canada to identify hearing care professionals and clinics that have earned the Inspired by Ida label, “a benchmark of quality that signals dedication to person-centered care.”

Clear Digital Media Launches Hearing Tracker Reviews Plug-in for HNN

Hearing Tracker is an independent consumer review platform for hearing aids, hearing providers, and hearing centers. This creative collaboration is said to help unify web reviews and TV to form a combination that not only helps clients “build their online presence” but also helps influence client’s patients while they wait.

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Mythbusters' Myth #5: “Including Family Members in the Appointment Takes Up Too Much Valuable Time”

Sometimes colleagues complain that, while it may seem like a nice idea to include family members in the audiologic assessment and rehabilitation process (ie, nice to do), it is just too time consuming. But what if family involvement in the rehabilitation process not only provides more efficient use of time, but results in better outcomes? Drs Christopher Lind, Joseph Montano, and Gurgit Singh show why it’s a myth that “there isn’t time to include family members” in an appointment.

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Mythbusters’ Myth #5: “Including Family Members in the Appointment Takes Up Too Much Valuable Time”

Sometimes colleagues complain that, while it may seem like a nice idea to include family members in the audiologic assessment and rehabilitation process (ie, nice to do), it is just too time consuming. But what if family involvement in the rehabilitation process not only provides more efficient use of time, but results in better outcomes? Drs Christopher Lind, Joseph Montano, and Gurgit Singh show why it’s a myth that “there isn’t time to include family members” in an appointment.

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Mythbusters’ Myth #3: “Many Patients Do Not Want Their Family in the Room”

According to authors Louise Hickson, PhD, and Gurjit Singh, PhD, the audiological literature strongly suggests that most family members would like to participate in audiology appointments. Given the improved outcomes observed for the patient, their family, the clinician, and business by including family members in clinical care, it is time to dispel the myth that “many patients do not want their family in the room.”

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