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This is a cochlea that has been opened so that you can see the nerve cells inside: each of the little lines that you see within the cochlea is a nerve cell. Different parts of the cochlea respond to different frequencies of sound, from high frequencies in the base (top part of the image) to low frequencies in the apex (innermost part of the spiral)

This is a cochlea (inner ear) that has been opened so that you can see the nerve cells inside: each of the little lines that you see within the cochlea is a nerve cell.

Video X-ray of cochlear implant surgery--now that's something you don't see very day!

X-Ray Video of Cochlear Implant Surgery is Strangely Mesmerizing

Video X-ray of cochlear implant surgery--now that's something you don't see very day!

Influence of Hearing Aid Use on #Outcomes of Children w/ Mild Hearing Loss http://on.asha.org/1WSzGV3 #audpeeps #JSLHR

The Influence of Hearing Aid Use on Outcomes of Children With Mild Hearing Loss

Service Delivery to Children With Mild Hearing Loss: Current Practice Patterns and Parent Perceptions

Patient Information Handouts ASHA provides the following handouts to help patients and their families understand issues related to hearing loss, balance, and tinnitus. Audiologists are health care professionals who provide patient-centered care in the prevention, identification, diagnosis, and evidence-based treatment of hearing, balance, and other auditory disorders for people of all ages. These handouts are written in plain language and can be printed and distributed to individuals or…

Patient Information Handouts ASHA provides the following handouts to help patients and their families understand issues related to hearing loss, balance, and tinnitus. Audiologists are health care professionals who provide patient-centered care in the prevention, identification, diagnosis, and evidence-based treatment of hearing, balance, and other auditory disorders for people of all ages. These handouts are written in plain language and can be printed and distributed to individuals or…

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"You’re a lifelong learner—and that makes you special in our book! Save BIG on all CEU Courses with this special sale!

Practical tips for keeping up with tech changes to better serve your patients.

Today’s Tech Helps People With Hearing Loss

Today’s innovations allow people with hearing loss to access more telecommunications and portable technology than ever, providing a more even playing field compared with those without hearing loss.

Hearing loss is a risk factor for social isolation and loneliness. With this in mind, the authors of a recent study in the American Journal of Audiology investigated the buffering effects of hearing aid use on perceived social and emotional loneliness.

Relating Hearing Aid Use to Social and Emotional Loneliness in Older Adults

Hearing loss is a risk factor for social isolation and loneliness. With this in mind, the authors of a recent study in the American Journal of Audiology investigated the buffering effects of hearing aid use on perceived social and emotional loneliness.

Preliminary research suggests that children with milder hearing loss and those in Grades 5–7 are at increased risk for reduced hearing aid use in the classroom. http://on.asha.org/1XLdlaw

Factors Influencing Hearing Aid Use in the Classroom: A Pilot Study

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Unprecedented Study of #Hearing-Aid Outcomes in Older Adults!!! http://on.asha.org/2ldohGx  #RCT @audpeeps @Vitality_IU @IUCollege @audpeeps

The Effects of Service-Delivery Model and Purchase Price on Hearing-Aid Outcomes in Older Adults: A Randomized Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial

An unprecedented study reveals hearing-aid outcomes in older adults.

#Audiologists: Try this tool that puts your patients in the center of #audiologicrehab. #audpeeps #hearingloss

A Framework That Puts Patients at the Center of Audiologic Care

Check out this recent publication in the ASHA Leader on patient-centered care, written by our very own Dr.

Central Auditory Processing Disorder: Overview

Central Auditory Processing Disorder: Overview

How Young Is Too Young to Evaluate Children for Dizziness?

Vestibular evaluation of young children can guide medical and rehabilitative treatment.

Nearly 3.3 million U.S. children between 3 and 17 have a dizziness or balance problem, according to a large-scale survey.

More Than 1 in 20 U.S. Children May Have Dizziness, Balance Problems

children between 3 and 17 have a dizziness or balance problem, according to a large-scale survey.

PSAPs are gaining popularity among consumers for their affordability. But what are the pros and cons? Read the article!

Add PSAPs to Your Practice?

Like it or not, people with hearing loss are using personal sound amplification products. And while some balk, a cadre of audiologists says the profession needs to embrace the devices as part of patient-centered care.

Our dining habits could be damaging our hearing.

Eating out may be bad for your ears

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