Audiology Australia, one of our partners, created the Teleaudiology Guidelines to support hearing care practitioners in their remote appointments. The document offers practical guidance on how to conduct virtual appointments as well as clinical guidance when offering specific services online, such as neonatal screening and diagnoses.
Here’s a taste of some of the person-centered topics you'll find in the guidelines to whet your appetite.
Client and family-centered care
Online appointments make it easier for the client to receive emotional and practical support from their loved ones, who can join the appointment from different locations.
Social coaching and communication training
Hearing loss supporting activities, such as counseling and social coaching, can be effectively delivered using teleaudiology.
Clients win when specialists have the ability to join an online session from any location, allowing them to coordinate information amongst everyone.