HelpingThoseWithHearingLoss

TheEarFoundationSharesNewResearch

The Ear Foundation has recently released two parts of a study focusing on the challenges of adults living with hearing loss, and what initiatives can be taken to improve their quality of life. The reports were led by Ida Institute Advisory Board member Sue Archbold for the UK-based charity, which specializes in cochlear implants and family centered care.

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PatientMotivation

UsingtheMotivationToolsinVestibularRehab

The Ida Motivation Tools can be used in other audiological areas outside of hearing aids. Nicola Topass, a team leader at the Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford, England, has begun using them with her vestibular patients as a way to reduce “did not attend” rates in her clinic.

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Vision2020

TheHearingCareManageroftheFuture

As part of our Vision 2020 project, the Ida Institute is continuing to discuss what methods the Hearing Care Manager of the Future will need to use in his or her practice. We have now held the second virtual meeting on this work stream.

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AboutIda

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.

InternationalEarCareDayLogoCompetition

We are sponsoring a competition with technical support from WHO to find a logo for International Ear Care Day. Submissions are open until January 31, 2015. Visit the competition website for more information.

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IdaForum

Discuss,Share,andTakePart

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.

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