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Everything Audiologists Should Know about Hearing Loss and Dementia But Do Not Know What to Ask CPDONLINE19


Location: Online

Considered the greatest global social and health challenge of the century, senile dementia is on the rise with considerable resources targeted toward reducing incidence and delaying onset. Identifying modifiable risk factors including lifestyle factors and age related hearing loss can help reduce the social, health and economic costs.


Non Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



Trends Shaping the Future of Audiology and Hearing Technology CPDONLINE21


Location: Online

This talk will provide the context for which telemedicine, machine learning, hearing science and other advances will shape who will be the new consumers of hearing healthcare, how they will receive treatment, and what those treatments may look like.


Non Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



The Childhood Hearing Loss Question Prompt List: A New Tool to Facilitate Family-Centered Conversations CPDONLINE18


Location: Online

Even with universal newborn screening and comprehensive follow-up, we often observe families struggling to commit to amplification and intervention. Recognizing the need to enhance our conventional approach to family care, a team of audiologists recently considered how to engage with families more effectively to understand their concerns.


Non Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



Lifespan Perspectives on Cognition in Later Life CPDONLINE47


Location: Online

Cognitive functioning in later life is dependent on lifespan experiences in addition to physical and mental health status. A myriad of experiences over time can either act as risk factors or protective factors with respect to cognitive functioning as we age. This talk offers an update on the ways that stress, chronic illness, social networks and lifestyle factors can influence attention, memory and executive functioning in later life. Trajectories of healthy ageing and clinical syndromes associated with declines in cognitive functioning are discussed, with implications for everyday functioning highlighted.


AudA Member: $35.00
Non-Member: $70.00



Review of standard and an introduction to non-standard vestibular function tests CPDONLINE29


Location: Online

This session will provide a review of the standard vestibular assessment battery used to assess the dizzy patient and an introduction to non-routine clinical vestibular assessments.


Non Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



What is emotional intelligence and why do we need it? CPDONLINE28


Location: Online

Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to identify and manage one's own emotions, as well as the emotions of others, which is an important skill for all audiologists to have.


Non Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



Audiological assessment of children who are difficult to test or who have complex needs CPDONLINE01


Location: Online

This session will explore the factors that might make a child difficult to assess and strategies that can help maximise the chance of obtaining positive audiological outcomes.


Non-Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



Towards a culturally responsive audiology practice CPDONLINE26


Location: Online

The session will frame audiology practice within a multicultural context, referencing relevant epidemiology, demographic profiling, cultural and linguistic considerations and most importantly cross-cultural service delivery.


Non Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



Models of APD and management approaches CPDONLINE27


Location: Online

Everyday an individual on the Autism Spectrum is required to simultaneously navigate a world of unpredictable social interactions, unexpected events, multi-modal sensory stimuli , language full of words with variable meanings accompanied by facial and body cues from the speaker.


Non Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



Hearing loss and cognition across the lifespan CPDONLINE49


Location: Online

Hearing loss at different ages has been associated with many different cognitive effects. Greater understanding is emerging regarding the effort or ease of listening and the concept of cognitive load. Working memory, depression, anxiety and stress can be negatively impacted by hearing loss. Much focus recently has centred on the impact of hearing loss and risk of dementia. At each stage of life the impact of hearing loss and the issues for the individual vary. The presentation will review the effect of identification of hearing loss and the impact of hearing loss management on cognitive issues.


AudA Member: $35.00
Non-Member: $70.00



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