Our tools provide practical, easy-to-use strategies to open communication and engage clients in the self-management of their hearing loss.
By better understanding the needs and wishes of people with hearing loss, and incorporating their needs into the rehabilitation process, these tools can help increase client satisfaction, encourage collaboration, and help lead to better outcomes.
The tool room contains downloadable versions of all the Ida tools along with educational resources to help you use them in your clinic.
Clinical Tools For Appointments
Assess motivation and encourage clients to take responsibility for their own actions and take action on their hearing loss.
Work with people with hearing loss to identify the most important people in their social network and to develop a shared strategy for communication.
Help people with tinnitus articulate their needs and help live with their condition in a positive way.
Give children and young adults with hearing loss the resources they need to develop handle big changes and new environments.
Extend the reach of person-centered care beyond the appointment with these tools for pre-appointments, follow-ups, and strategies.
Telecare Teens and Tweens
Engage young clients in their hearing health by extending your care beyond the appointment
Use these counseling tools to help vestibular patients describe their dizziness and find the cause of their balance issues.
My Turn To Talk
Give the parents of children with cochlear implants a voice in their child's appointment to ensure their questions and concerns are addressed.
Professional Skills Development & Reflection
Time and Talk
Improve your communication skills when you conduct interviews during your appointments.
Tools for Academics and Educators
If you are an educator or academic institution, the Ida University Course can help you integrate Ida methods, principles, tools and videos into your current curricula.
Clinical Supervisor Kit
Obtain a comprehensive overview of person-centered care and practical strategies for effectively mentoring and evaluating student performance in clinical training situations.