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  • Posted in: Students

    Here is also another good article on Nutrition, Physical Activity and Hearing Health by Chris Spankovich, AuD, PhD, MPH published in Starkey Innovations in 2016. Enjoy! Regards, Greg Frazer, AuD, PhD ------Original Message------ I believe...

  • Posted in: Students

    I believe most individuals know by now that eating healthy and exercising sensibly is important for good health. If you tell them that it helps their hearing and balance as well, this is just an additional reason to exercise. I have a lecture I used...

  • Posted in: Pediatrics

    I like Karen Anderson's resources as well: http://successforkidswithhearingloss.com/fm-systems/ Another factor to consider is the child's auditory/language abilities. Children should be able to report static, intermittencies, lack of sound, etc...

  • Posted in: Pediatrics

    Schafer, E. C., & Kleineck, M. P. (2009). Improvements in speech recognition using cochlear implants and three types of FM systems: A meta-analytic approach. Journal of Educational Audiology , 15 , 4-14. see attachment also with...

  • Posted in: Pediatrics

    My general rule of thumb is ear level is preferable to sound field. However, I've had quite a few parents recently tell me other audiologists have recommended sound field over ear level. I'm trying to find some literature to provide me with guidance,...

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