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Innovative thinkers recognized that the mobility and true portability of these tablet computers could be used to rethink the way audiometers are used. Composed of software, a tablet, and a set of calibrated headphones, a new evolution in audiometry is being realized.
Wayne and Steve tell us the tale of the “SNR-Mate© A Useful, Effective, and Simple Test Lost to Time and Sound Card Changes.”
In this issue, guest writer Jeanane M. Ferre, takes a look at “Treating Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPDs) among Children and Adults”
In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” column coordinator Janine Verge and her coauthor Anton Charko give us a “Proposal to Standardize Gaze during oVEMP Testing using a Chin Rest.”
Kim Tillery returns and looks at “Comparing Test Performances for Attention and Fatigue Influences.”
Guest contributor Jay Lucker, PhD, explores “How Young is Too Young to Evaluate Children for Auditory Processing Disorders?”
Kim Tillery returns to From the Centre Out for this issue and shares “Some Interesting Cases in APD Evaluations.”
Dr. Matthew Bromwich explains how the use of low-cost consumer devices to provide basic and advanced hearing testing was both cost- and time-efficient. And, when faced with the massive global shortfall of audiometric services, it is important to conduct intelligent triage to streamline access to services for those who need them. They believe that mHealth has the potential to transform the face of heath service delivery across the globe.
In Peter’s last column he discussed the value and importance of incorporating speech-in-noise testing into an audiologist’s standard set of assessments. Now he tells us how to develop a treatment plan with this information.
In our newest column, guest contributor Dave Pothier gives us his proposed principles of vestibular function and testing.