The Center for Hearing and Communication (CHC) is pleased to offer the following free captioned videos featuring four CHC clinicians, each with unique expertise. The videos, which originally ran as live webinars in May, 2012, are geared to consumers, but hearing health care professionals might want to check them out as well.
Path to Better Listening
Lois Kam Heymann, M.A., CCC-SLP
Discover the critical role of listening in your child's social and academic development. Whether your child has hearing loss, typical hearing, or an auditory processing issue, you'll learn techniques to support him/her in the acquisition and mastery of listening skills. Lois Kam Heymann, speech pathologist, author, and Director of the Shelley and Steven Einhorn Communication Center at the Center for Hearing and Communication, presents.
Wireless Connectivity for Better Hearing
Ellen Lafargue, Au.D., CCC-A
Discover better communication and a more satisfying listening experience with your hearing aids through the use of accessories and connectivity. Join us for this informative session where you'll learn the basics of Bluetooth and FM connectivity to gain better access to sound through your hearing aids when listening to an MP3 player, talking on the phone, or watching TV. Ellen Lafargue, audiologist and Director of the Berelson Hearing Technology Center at the Center for Hearing and Communication, presents.
Getting Your Child Ready for Summer
Anita Stein-Meyers, Au.D., CCC-A
Start planning now for those wet and humid days of summer so your child can enjoy the season to its fullest with hearing aids and cochlear implants intact! Join acclaimed pediatric audiologist, Anita Stein-Meyers of the Center for Hearing and Communication, as she draws on 26 years of experience working with children and parents to present essential summertime strategies and tips for new and experienced parents.
Introduction to Tinnitus Retraining Therapy
Susan Adams, M.S., CCC-A
Are you suffering from tinnitus (or a ringing in the ear or head when no other sound is present)? Do you have hyperacusis (a heightened sensitivity to sound)? If you answered yes to either or both, we invite you to learn about a treatment called tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT). Join Susan Adams, Clinical Supervisor of the Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Center at the Center for Hearing and Communication as she presents an introduction to TRT. An experienced audiologist and member of the American Tinnitus Association, Adams will help you determine if this treatment might be right for you.
This video series was made possible by the generous support of The Achelis Foundation.