The Ida Institute
The Ida Institute is an independent, non-profit organization working to integrate person-centered care in hearing rehabilitation. We aim to enable people with hearing loss to take an active role in their care by expressing their needs and preferences.
Together with hearing care professionals around the world, we develop free tools and resources to strengthen the counseling process. Our website is a collaborative space where we invite you to share knowledge, information and resources.
This year, we are celebrating 10 years of collaboration with hearing care professionals around the world to advance person-centered care. The materials on this website are a direct result of this collaborative effort.
Ida Presents Telecare Tools at Annual BAA Conference
FRI NOV 24, 2017
Ida Associate Director Ena Nielsen presented on telehealth and introduced the Ida Telecare platform and Telecare for Teens and Tweens.
Ida Announces Partnership with Hearing Loss Association of America
FRI NOV 17, 2017
The partnership is a component of Ida’s collaborative approach to person-centered hearing rehabilitation and new overall strategy to establish partnerships with key stakeholders in the field of hearing care.
Join Ida's New Learning Universe
Bite-sized learning, knowledge sharing, and connecting with peers worldwide. Join the Ida Learning Hall for a new learning experience!
Browse the evidence behind Ida's principles
Sign up for the Ida Weekly Newsletter
We've launched a new weekly newsletter to replace our Daily Digest and quarterly newsletter. Click here to sign up.
The Big Messages on Sound and Hearing
We've been collecting videos about why sound and hearing are important. Click here to watch and share the Big Messages.
Extend your care beyond the appointment with these interactive tools.
Read the output from our Vision 2020 process and prepare yourself for the future of audiology!
Assess client motivation and encourage people with hearing loss to take action.
Work with clients to identify the most important people in their social network and to develop a shared strategy for communication.
Living Well with Hearing Loss
Bring the client's daily life and specific needs into the appointment as you identify communication situations that are relevant and important to them.