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New textbook on family-centered care for speech-language pathology and audiology
New tool helps people better understand their hearing test results

New tool helps people better understand their hearing test results

Fri Nov 01, 2019 10:46 AMBy Clint McLean

Hearing loss is complex but explaining it doesn’t have to be. The Ida Institute has just launched a new tool, My Hearing Explained, that helps hearing care professionals explain hearing test results...

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

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

Fri Oct 18, 2019 09:46 AMBy Clint McLean

All great things start with great ideas and Dr. Amy Badstubner’s idea arrived in the winter of 2014 while working as an audiologist in Dallas, Texas. 

Shortly after New Year’s, while most of us were...

How your clients can prepare for appointments with Ida Telecare

How your clients can prepare for appointments with Ida Telecare

Fri Oct 11, 2019 01:37 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

Telehealth has a reputation for being complex and technical. It immediately evokes ideas of fancy equipment and expensive upgrades – investments of time and money that not every clinic can afford to...

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

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

Fri Sep 20, 2019 02:40 PMBy Jeanette Blom

Together with its partners, the Ida Institute has launched the world’s first global network dedicated to person-centered hearing care. The Person-Centered Hearing Network (PCHN) convened for the first...

The Person-Centered Hearing Network: Making PCC a reality

The Person-Centered Hearing Network: Making PCC a reality

Fri Aug 23, 2019 02:09 PMBy Amanda Farah Cox

Person-centered care (PCC) has been on the agenda of health systems, educational institutions, clinicians, and patient organizations around the world for years. But despite the imperative for PCC,...

Exploring hearing loss through ethnographic films

Exploring hearing loss through ethnographic films

Fri Aug 16, 2019 10:02 AMBy Clint McLean

When Robert Flaherty spent a year in the Arctic producing Nanook of the North, he couldn’t have imagined his film would birth the ethnographic documentary genre that would illuminate everything from t...

A revolution sparks a journey to help tinnitus patients

A revolution sparks a journey to help tinnitus patients

Fri Aug 09, 2019 10:28 AMBy Clint McLean

By the time Shahrzad Cohen cut the ribbon and formally opened her audiology clinic in 2013, there was a long trail of dramatic events tracing her path to that moment. Some were planned; many were not....

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

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

Fri Aug 02, 2019 09:27 AMBy Shari Eberts

My hearing aids were shorting out. The issue was accompanied by a popping sensation in my ears — like when you change altitude in a plane. I assumed I had allergies or a cold, but when this happened...

Utah State University revamps their program with person-centered care

Utah State University revamps their program with person-centered care

Mon Jul 22, 2019 09:58 AMBy Ellen Pucke

Utah State University (USU) Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education began 2019 with an ambitious goal: Infuse person-centered care (PCC) throughout their curriculum and clinical...

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