AAA 2022 + HearTECH Expo


We are excited to be participating in AAA 2022 + HearTECH Expo and can’t wait to see you there! Mark your calendars and join us for these exciting upcoming sessions and visit us at booth 509.

HearTECH Talk @ The HearTECH Hub: Cochlear Provider Network: Integrating Cochlear Implant Services in a Private Practice Setting

Thursday, March 31st: 3:45 – 4:00 pm

Presented by: Laura Lassen, Au.D., Senior Manager of the Cochlear Provider Network and Catherine Richardson, M.A., Director Market Expansion

Join our HearTECH Talk Session with Dr. Laura Lassen, Senior Manager of the Cochlear Provider Network. Changes in candidacy criteria and patient profile have evolved to the point that a cochlear implant is typical clinical practice for adults with moderate to profound bilateral sensorineural hearing loss who no longer benefit from traditional amplification. The goal of this presentation is to review how private practice audiologists can implement cochlear implants into their practice. 

Speech Outcomes in Adult CI Patients Managed by Independent Audiologists: A Retrospective Review

Friday, April 1st: 10:00 – 11:00 am

Presented by: Wilder Roberts, Au.D., Assistant Professor and Clinical Audiologist at the University of South Alabama and Cochlear Implant Director at the USA Speech & Hearing Center and Ginger Grant, Au.D., Professional Education Manager at Cochlear Americas

Join Dr. Wilder Roberts, an Assistant Professor in Audiology at the University of South Alabama and Cochlear Implant Director at USA Speech & Hearing Center and Dr. Ginger Grant, Professional Education Manager at Cochlear, for an exciting educational session on how independent audiologists can provide complete hearing care, including cochlear implants, to their patients.  This session will review the results of a multicenter retrospective study which shows speech perception outcomes similar to that reported in the literature. 

Grand Rounds: Pediatric

Saturday, April 2nd: 9:30 – 11:30 am

A case presented by: Arun Joshi, Au.D., CCC-A, Cochlear Clinical Services Senior Manager

The practice of pediatric audiology is both an art and a science. In this grand rounds session, clinicians will share 5 unique cases highlighting aspects of clinical care of our youngest patients including professional collaboration, use of evidence-based practice guidelines, knowledge of genetic hearing loss and auditory challenges beyond reduced hearing sensitivity.

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