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Volunteer Spotlight: Laura Gaeta, PhD
Laura Gaeta, PhD, is a member of the Academic and Clinical Education Resources Committee. What is your background…
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Over-the-Counter (OTC) Hearing Aid Resources
The Academy has prepared over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aid resources for audiologists to use in their practice and share with their patients such as frequently asked questions, responses, webinars, and legislative information.
Find an Audiologist
An audiologist can evaluate, diagnose, treat, and manage hearing loss and balance disorders in individuals of all ages, including infants, teens, and the elderly.
With the Academy's easy-to-use audiologist directory, you can search by location, specialty, and other features. Find an audiologist near you to schedule your appointment.
What Is an Audiologist?
Audiologists are the primary hearing-health-care professionals who evaluate, diagnose, treat, and manage hearing loss and balance disorders.
Audiology Today is a bimonthly magazine that provides comprehensive reporting on topics relevant to audiology.
Joining Pharmacists on the Over-the-Counter Hearing Aid Journey
Over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aid legislation and sales have grabbed the attention of audiologists, pharmacists, and consumers over the past few years. Community pharmacists are now interested in contributing to OTC hearing help, in the same way they offer support for safe and effective use of other OTC medications and devices intended for self-care. This article suggests models for collaborative working relationships between audiologists and pharmacists.
Maximum Conductive Hearing Loss—Revisited
It is the aim of this article to disabuse audiologists and otolaryngologists of the idea that a conductive hearing loss cannot be greater than 60 dB. The article demonstrates that air-bone gaps are both transducer specific and frequency specific and can feasibly be upward of 105 dB.
Promoting Healthy Aging in the Audiology Clinic
People age much differently today compared with previous generations. Known as the healthy aging movement, its focus is on preventive care, health, and wellness. This is an opportunity for audiologists to broaden their appeal to individuals who may not wear hearing aids or even have hearing loss. As this article illustrates, there are several possible strategies that can be used by audiologists to create value for this large group of individuals.