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 Export to Your Calendar 9/28/2017 to 9/29/2017
When: September 28-29, 2017
Where: Tundra Lodge
865 Lombardi Ave
Green Bay, Wisconsin  54304
United States
Contact: WSHA Office
920-560-5642


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Join us for an afternoon of GOLF at MidVallee Golf Course

3850 Mid Valley Drive
De Pere, WI 54115

An informal golf outing will be held on Thursday, September 28 with tee times starting at 10 a.m.  Indicate your interest in golfing on your registration form.  Payment will be made directly to the course the day of.  Take some time to network with fellow audiologists and manufacture reps in a fun, relaxed setting.  Click here to learn more about Mid Vallee Golf Course!

 


Lodging Details: 


Tundra Lodge
Green Bay, WI

Rate: $119.00


Phone Number: 877-886-3725
Reservation Deadline: August 15, 2017
*When making your reservation, tell the reservation agent that you are booking a room under WSHA-WI Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association.  


Featured Presentations:

PSAPs and the Future of Personalized Hearing Care
Brian Taylor, Au.D - Fuel Medical Group (Consultant)
It is possible, even likely, that over-the-counter hearing devices will become a new category of products available to consumers.  This session will take a deep dive into the factors that make comprehensive, patient-centric care a necessity.  

 
After this presentation attendees, will be able to:
• Differentiate a high quality PSAP and OTC from one of low quality.
• Implement a clinical approach based on patient centered care.
• Identify how to triage patients into routine and complex.

 

Game Changers in Hearing Aids - 2017
Tammara Stender, Au.D, CCC-A - ReSound

Individuals with hearing loss have more choices than ever before when it comes to amplification strategies.  Yet many of the same difficulties commonly encountered - in noise, in reverberant spaces, and listening over distance to a speaker - continue to be problematic for some users, even when they are optimally fitted with hearing aids. To provide hearing support in these difficult situations, connectivity options have evolved and continue to evolve quite rapidly.  This session will give an overview of some of the difficult listening situations hearing aid users encounter, and describe the pros and cons of the connectivity options available at this time.  Applications of these specific connectivity options will also be explored, in the context of how they can meet the listening needs of individual hearing aid users.  


After this presentation attendees, will be able to:
• Discuss some of the challenges facing today’s individuals with hearing loss.
• Describe the ways technology has evolved in the hearing aid industry, with a focus on connectivity to user devices.
• Determine when certain feature and connectivity choices can meet individual patient needs.

 

In additional local presenters will share updates on WI Audiology Issues and the programming and fitting of O-t-C and online purchased HAs.  

 

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