Making it personal: How one Inspired clinic in Texas makes a difference one house at a time

By Clint McLean
Dr. Amy Badstubner of Elite Audiology Resources in Southlake, Texas, offers audiology house calls to her clients. Here she shares why person-centered...

How your clients can prepare for appointments with Ida Telecare

By Amanda Farah Cox
Telehealth in audiology doesn't have to be complicated. Ida Telecare tools are designed to help people with hearing loss prepare for audiology...

Communication tips for audiologists to share with patients

By Amanda Farah Cox
Hearing health advocate Shari Eberts, founder of livingwithhearingloss.com, shares tips for people with hearing loss and their partners to make...

And Action: The Person-Centered Hearing Network is moving PCC from awareness to global action

By Amanda Farah Cox
Together with its partners, the Ida Institute has launched the world’s first global network dedicated to person-centered hearing care

Updated Group Aural Rehabilitation resource features new guides and activities

By Amanda Farah Cox
The Ida Institute has updated their Group Aural Rehabilitation (Group AR) resource to include new plans for leading group sessions, and new group...

Announcing the new Managing Hearing Loss at Work resource

By Amanda Farah Cox
Managing Hearing Loss at Work is a new resource from the Ida Institute. This resource has compiled local organizations to support people who have...

The Person-Centered Hearing Network: Making PCC a reality

By Amanda Farah Cox
The Person-Centered Hearing Network is a new, global initiative of universities, patient organizations, professional organizations, and clinics...

Exploring hearing loss through ethnographic films

By Clint McLean
The Ida Institute uses ethnographic films to understand the needs of people with hearing loss as well as hearing care professionals. Learn more about...

A revolution sparks a journey to help tinnitus patients

By Clint McLean
Dr. Shahrzad Cohen of Hearing Loss Solution in Sherman Oaks, California, shares the personal stories that led her to pursue audiology and treat...

It takes two to tango: Why you should partner with your audiologist

By Shari Eberts
Writer and hearing care awareness advocate Shari Eberts of livingwithhearingloss.com shares what people with hearing loss can do to improve their...

Utah State University revamps their program with person-centered care

By Ellen Pucke
Utah State University's Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education, including their graduate audiology program, has begun an effort to...

Gael Hannan: He's "hearing," I'm not. Can this marriage be saved?

By Gael Hannan
Gael Hannan explains how her hearing loss has affected her marriage with her husband who has normal hearing. She also offers advice for how couples...

New article from Kris English offers a primer on shared decision making

By Amanda Farah Cox
Kristina English, Ph.D., has written an article explaining shared decision making and its importance in audiology. Read more about how shared decision...

New University Course module: Applying PCC in the Appointment

By Clint McLean
Applying PCC in the Appointment is a new module in the free Ida Institute University Course. The module teaches students how to use person-centered...

Train-the-trainer workshop for the British Academy of Audiology's PCC Champions

By Clint McLean
The Ida Institute held a two-day workshop with the British Academy of Audiology to train chapter representatives from around the UK in person-centered...

New Partnership with Leightons Opticians & Hearing Care and The Hearing Partnership

By Clint McLean
We're pleased to announce a new partnership with Leightons Opticians & Hearing Care and The Hearing Care Partnership. The partnership's goal is to...

What are the six elements of person-centered care?

By Clint McLean
Empathy, active listening, asking open-ended questions and having reflective conversations, involving family and friends, shared decision making, and...

Integrate person-centered care in your practice with the new and improved Change Guide

By Amanda Farah Cox
The Ida Institute has revamped our Change Guide to make running a change process even easier. The simplified Change Guide still uses an appreciative...

Announcing the Winners of the 2019 Ida Research Grant

By Amanda Farah Cox
The Ida Institute Research Grant has announced the recipients of its 2019 Research Grant. Ida is funding three projects focusing on research group...

New Partnerships with the University of Pretoria and the Canadian Academy of Audiology

By Amanda Farah Cox
The Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at the University of Pretoria in South Africa and the Canadian Academy of Audiology have...