Exploring the hearing journeys of the future

By Helle Gjønnes Møller
The Ida Institute is launching Future Hearing Journeys, our newest innovation project looking at how people with seek out and receive hearing care in...

Embedding Ida Telecare tools for better, more efficient appointments

By Clint McLean
Audiologist Cobus Marais, of SoundWave Audiology in Hamilton, New Zealand, included Ida Telecare tools on his website. He tells Ida how...

Person-Centered Hearing Network goes online

By Amanda Farah Cox
The Ida Institute gathered its partners in the Person-Centered Hearing Network (PCHN) for an online meeting. We discussed actions for coping during...

Making communication clear when your face mask isn’t

By Jeanette Blom
Face masks have become a part of life during the COVID-19 epidemic, but covered faces make communicating difficult for people with hearing loss. Ida...

Ida welcomes new partners in the United Kingdom, Denmark, and Brazil

By Amanda Farah Cox
The University of Southampton, the Danish Association of Speech and Language Therapists and Audiologists (ALF), and the Brazilian Speech-Language and...

Penguins, person-centered care, and becoming Inspired in Minnesota and Wisconsin

By Clint McLean
The staff of Audiology Concepts in Minnesota and Wisconsin have joined the Inspired by Ida program. Practice owner and audiologist Jason Leyendecker,...

Coping with hearing loss in the workplace

By Karin Weiser
International business coach Karin Weiser shares her experiences in different workplaces as a person with hearing loss. She also shares tips and...

How Ida tools can help your clients manage their tinnitus

By Helle Gjønnes Møller
Tinnitus is difficult to diagnose and treat, but there are practical ways to help your tinnitus patients manage their condition. Use Ida Institute...

Practical ways for hearing care providers to show they are here to help

By Shari Eberts
Shari Eberts shares the ways that hearing care professionals can show their clients that they are dedicated to helping people with hearing loss and...

Designing a person-centered future: Human-centered design is always at the heart of Ida innovation

By Amanda Farah Cox
The Ida Institute uses a human-centered design approach to develop our tools and resources. Here we review how anthropology and ethnography, design...

FAQs: Launching tele-audiology services

By Clint McLean
Frances Lockhart, Clinical Leader at Hearing Australia, answers your frequently asked questions about how to use tele-audiology. She explains how to...

Ida Institute partners with patient organization Soundfair

By Jeanette Blom
Better Hearing Australia Victoria has rebranded as Soundfair. The Ida Institute is partnering with the patient organization as part of our commitment...

Hearing Doctors of Georgia become Inspired

By Clint McLean
Dr. Tim Winstead of Hearing Doctors of Georgia talks about the benefits of his four clinics joined the Insipred by Ida program. Through Inspired by...

Infusing university curricula with person-centered care

By Helle Gjønnes Møller
Person-centered care is not a standard subject covered in many audiology degrees. Ida's university partners, including Utah State University and...

Hearing care paths to success during the COVID-19 crisis

By Clint McLean
The Ida Institute spoke to audiologists at the Hearing Suite, Gardner Audiology, California Hearing Center, NB Hearing, and Hear and Say about how...

Person-centered care takes center stage during COVID-19

By Shari Eberts
The coronavirus continues to affect much of the world and people with hearing loss have additional challenges brought on by the pandemic. Audiologists...

Announcing the winners of the 2020 Ida Research Grant

By Amanda Farah Cox
Projects on person-centered care in audiology have been funded by the Ida Institute. The research is being done by Better Hearing Australia, the...

Clinic in Johannesburg is the latest to join Inspired by Ida

By Clint McLean
Sandton Hearing & Balance in Johannesburg, South Africa, has joined the Inspired by Ida program, signalling their commitment to person-centered care...

Helping children describe their tinnitus to improve understanding

By Amanda Farah Cox
Harriet Smith of the Hearing Sciences team at the NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre is working on a questionnaire funded by the British...

Staying person-centered in a world of COVID-19

By Helle Gjønnes Møller
Regitze Willemöes, clinical audiologist, tinnitus expert, and owner of Høreklinikken St. Kongensgade in Copenhagen, Denmark, shares how she's...