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Vestibular Compensation CPDONLINE30


Location: Online

This presentation is a review of the pathophysiological changes that occur after the onset of a vestibular lesion.


Non Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



Integrating Cognitive Behavioural Therapy into Audiological Practice CPDONLINE31


Location: Online

Cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT) has become established as the leading evidence-based intervention for treating a wide range of psychological disorders and for helping clients to manage an even wider range of physical health conditions.


Non-Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



Speech Understanding and Ageing: Influence of Cognitive-Linguistic Processes and Variations in the Speech Signal CPDONLINE38


Location: Online

Listeners exhibit the remarkable ability to turn the complex variations in acoustic energy that comprise the speech signal into something meaningful. To be understood, continuous speech must be segmented into its component parts, and then individual words recognised. In older listeners this is more complex, as age-related hearing loss and changes in cognition influence these basic processes. Furthermore, the speech signal itself varies, presenting greater perceptual challenges to older listeners. Older adults commonly report that they find accents particularly difficult to understand. In addition, speech changes associated with neurological disorders (e.g., Parkinson's disease) can make speech comprehension more difficult. This webinar describes the cognitive-linguistic processes of speech understanding and how these are affected by ageing and clarity of the speech signal.


Non Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



Mental Health and Hearing Loss CPDONLINE37


Location: Online

This webinar will include presentations from Ear Science Institute Australia (ESIA) clinical researchers, Dr Dona Jayakody, Dr Blake Lawrence, and Dr Bec Bennett, who will present their recent work exploring the relationships between hearing loss, cognition, and mental health.


Non Members: $70.00
AudA Members: $35.00



Hearing and Vision Impairment and Mental Well-Being in Older Age CPDONLINE35


Location: Online

Age-related hearing loss is a marker of risk of cognitive decline and dementia. I will outline possible links between hearing/vision impairment and cognition, including hearing/vision loss as a biomarker for cognitive well-being, the impact of cognitive declines on function and sensory impairment as a causal contributor to cognitive decline and poor quality of life in older age.


Non Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



Beyond Hearing Aids: When to refer adults for cochlear implant assessment and your patients journey following referralCPDONLINE36


Location: Online

In this presentation, you will learn about current adult cochlear implant indications, recommendation guidelines, referral pathways and patient outcomes. This presentation will look at what a cochlear implant system is, how it works, and why it is an option that may help when hearing aids cannot. We will then review some common perceptions/myths about Cochlear Implants, and take an in depth look at the current research and data surrounding these issues.


Non Members: $70.00
AudA Members: $35.00



Collaborative Care Considerations for Adult Patients with Hearing and Balance Disorders CPDONLINE33


Location: Online

Audiologists engage patients with comorbid health conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and chronic kidney disease daily. These conditions are associated with an increased prevalence of hearing loss. Yet, addressing comorbid conditions during the case history or the hearing and balance evaluation does not occur regularly. This presentation will help you, the audiologist; identify the inter-professional team best suited to care for the patient needs.


Non Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



Hearing Health, Brain Health, Mental Health CPDONLINE32


Location: Online

Management of hearing loss cannot be treated as an isolated sensory disorder but must include considerations for the wide-ranging ramifications of hearing loss on the physiology and psychology of the patient. Physiological considerations include that the presence of hearing loss is associated with cognitive decline, cognitive impairment, dementia, brain atrophy, and reduced brain volume.


Non Member: $70.00
AudA Member: $35.00



Getting the Most out of your Internship CPDONLINE40


Location: Online




Non Members: $70.00
AudA Members: $35.00



The Art of Supervision CPDONLINE39


Location: Online

This webinar will be presented by a panel of experienced clinical supervisors who will share the joys and frustrations, the rewards and the pitfalls of clinical supervision. It is for new interns to help them understand the road ahead. It is for audiologists who are willing to reflect on their personal experience of supervision and to share their stories. Most importantly, this webinar is for audiologists who have just accepted the added responsibility of clinical supervision and value the insights of other audiologists on the do's and don'ts of this valuable learning process. Audiology Australia has detailed written guidelines around supervision - this is about the lived experience!


Non Members: $70.00
AudA Members: $35.00



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