Last year, we spoke with Bettina Turnbull to learn how she used the Ida Change Guide to introduce the Motivation Tools at Connect Hearing clinics across Australia. We recently had the opportunity to catch up with Bettina and learn more about her steady progress. Read more >>
Collaborate with our global community to create an evidence base for patient-centered care. Explore new research projects and share research ideas on our virtual pinboard. Visit research page >>
This game consists of a series of dilemma cards that describes challenging scenarios involving teens or tweens with hearing loss. Three possible solutions are given, with the understanding that the ‘perfect’ solution may not exist.
With no right or wrong answers, the game encourages reflection, critical thinking, and analysis of the potential consequences that a practitioner’s choices may have on a patient and a variety of stakeholders. View Dilemma Game >>
We are an independent, non-profit organization that aims to foster a better understanding of the human dynamics of hearing loss.
We share and co-create knowledge and tools with hearing care professionals to help them open communication with patients and better address their needs.
We are funded through a grant from the Oticon Foundation.
Ida staff and fellows will participate in the 21st Speech Language Pathology and Audiology Conference on August 20-23 in Bauru, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Read more >>
Share experiences in the clinic and discuss hot-button topics with other hearing care professionals in the Ida community.
By sharing knowledge, we can work together to create a global community for patient-centered hearing healthcare.