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PEAK – Module -My Hearing

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Carrie Spangler

PEAK TEAM MEMBER Carrie Spangler Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aenean nec dolor lectus. Sed vitae auctor turpis. Duis dapibus dui non vestibulum vehicula. Vivamus mollis ante a sapien lobortis pretium. Meet our KIPA Board Members Sheila Moodie Sheila Moodie • Europe members, KIPA members, North America members, PEAK team Leisha Eiten […]

Krista Yuskow

PEAK TEAM MEMBER Krista Yuskow Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aenean nec dolor lectus. Sed vitae auctor turpis. Duis dapibus dui non vestibulum vehicula. Vivamus mollis ante a sapien lobortis pretium. Meet our KIPA Board Members Sheila Moodie Sheila Moodie • Europe members, KIPA members, North America members, PEAK team Leisha Eiten […]

Essential Elements of Best Practice for Cochlear Implant Fitting in Children: Considerations for Behavioral Methods of Verification and Validation

Essential Elements of Best Practice for Cochlear Implant Fitting in Children: Considerations for Behavioral Methods of Verification and Validation Introduction Introduction The main objective of this document is to provide clinicians with a description of essential components to consider for best practices for cochlear implant (CI) programming (fitting) in children using behavioral methods. We believe […]

Caitlyn Sapp

KIPA NORTH AMERICA Reva Batheja Caitlin Sapp is the head of Pediatric Audiology at UNC Medical Center in Chapel Hill, NC and the director of the Early Hearing Loss Lab. She completed her Au.D. training and her Ph.D. at the University of Iowa. She has extensive experience in infant hearing assessment and case management and […]

Reva Batheja

KIPA NORTH AMERICA Reva Batheja Reva Batheja, Au.D., is an audiologist at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Dr. Batheja has been practicing audiology since 2000. She has experience in clinical audiology, educational audiology and within the hearing aid industry. Dr. Batheja received her Doctor of Audiology degree from A.T. Still University, Master’s Degree in Audiology […]

A Survey of Paediatric Audiology Assessment Practice: Exploring the Use of Evidence-Based Practice in the EU

A Survey of Paediatric Audiology Assessment Practice: Exploring the Use of Evidence-Based Practice in the EU Objective To gather information on the paediatric assessment measures that are currently being used across Europe. To understand the use of evidence-based practice, and hearing service delivery for children across European countries. We believe this may promote the development […]

Bimodal Devices on Children: A Survey of Clinician Fitting Practices in North America

Bimodal Devices on Children: A Survey of Clinician Fitting Practices in North America Introduction Innovations in hearing aid and cochlear implant technologies mean children with hearing loss have more access to auditory information and more opportunities to develop age appropriate spoken language (Cole & Flexer, 2007).  There are evidence-based fitting protocols for air conduction hearing […]

Knowledge Sharing: Pediatric Amplification Tips and Tricks

Knowledge Sharing: Pediatric Amplification Tips and Tricks Session Goals Review “Best Practice in Pediatric Amplification Survey” results.Define gaps in practice and suggestions for implementing best practice.Share information with one another – What are your tips and tricks. View the full project See our Projects & Presentations Survey of Best Practices: Pediatric Hearing Aid Fitting Survey […]

Survey of Best Practices: Pediatric Hearing Aid Fitting

Survey of Best Practices: Pediatric Hearing Aid Fitting AAA Definition of Evidence-Based Practice “To practice according to best clinical practices for making decisions about the diagnosis, treatment, and management of persons with hearing and balance disorders, based on the integration of individual clinical expertise and best available research evidence.” https://www.audiology.org/ View the full project See […]