Our online, interactive Patient Journey tool allows you to create and save a personalized patient journey based on your patient's unique story. The newly updated tool works on all devices, including tablets and mobile phones.
Professor Danielle “Yell” Inverso has incorporated the Ida tools into her Cochlear Implant rehabilitation course at Salus University in Pennsylvania, USA.
She believes that the tools can help students learn how to motivate patients and their families to work together as a constructive team to manage their hearing loss as they live with a cochlear implant.
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 >>
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 >>
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