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Importance of Relationship between Audiologists and AVTs

Posted by Stacey Lim on March 5, 2014 12:03 AM with 3 comments

No man is an island,
Entire of itself,
Every man is a piece of the continent,
A part of the main.

-John Donne

Although it goes without saying that an auditory-verbal therapist (AVT) and the family are integral components of a child’s spoken language development, the Audiologist also plays an important role.  Audiologists fulfill the auditory needs of the child by providing ongoing audiological assessments, ensuring the use of...

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Raising an Auditory-Verbal Therapist

Posted by Karen MacIver-Lux on February 25, 2014 12:02 AM

From an early age, I knew I was a privileged little girl.

My idea of privilege, however, had nothing to do with money, popularity, or good looks. For me, it was being able to hear with easy-to-hide hearing aids, and not having to wear eye-glasses like my best friend did. That and being able to hear and speak English, which was downright difficult to learn with a bilateral severe to...

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Hearing Heroes

Posted by Carrie Spangler on February 21, 2014 12:02 AM

Carrie Spangler

I am honored to be asked to write the first blog post for the Audio-Logic blog.  As I was thinking of an appropriate topic, my mind went directly to Karen, the owner and founder of SoundIntuition and how I met this wonderful person.

I met Karen for the first time she was a graduate student in audiology, and it was life changing for me!  This life changing event is supported...

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It all comes down to SHARE

Posted by Erin Smith on February 11, 2014 12:02 AM

Support – Help – Acknowledge – Respect – Encourage

Writing an inaugural blog for Speaking of Which is an unnerving yet thrilling honour.  Karen approached me to write for her because she believes in me… as a clinician, professional and as a team member. This caused me to pause and reflect on the importance of being surrounded by people who support, help, acknowledge, respect and encourage.  People who S.H.A.R.E  move us...

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It will be okay

Posted by Melanie Ribich on January 27, 2014 12:01 AM

The Click ABR and Tone Burst test results correlate with a severe to profound degree of hearing loss in each ear. Auditory steady state responses were also evaluated and correlated well with the tone burst results. These results indicate that Noah will be unable to detect speech when the speaker is talking at an average level in a quiet room. Noah should return for the fitting of super power hearing aids for both...

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