Rehabilitation for Adults with Acquired Hearing Loss: 4th - 6th December 2013
This course aims to explore in depth the experience of deafness, and to examine a range of non-technological approaches to adult audiological rehabilitation. As well as hearing from experts in the field, we will take a holistic view and draw on expertise from beyond the boundaries of audiology to consider the wider needs of the patients we work with. While firmly evidence based, the course is designed to be very clinically relevant and should be of particular interest to those who specialise in aural rehabilitation or those who wish to take on more responsibility in this area. A mixture of lectures, discussions and interactive workshops ensures that all delegates have the opportunity to fully participate and network with others who have similar interests.
Topics will include:
- Losing hearing- lessons from research and personal experience
- What brings people to audiology? Research into help- seeking behaviour.
- Coping with hearing loss at work
- Communication training- what really works?
- Understanding dementia
- Meeting the needs of patients with additional difficulties
Speakers will include:
- Professor Sophia Kramer, Senior researcher & psychologist, VU Medical Centre, Amsterdam
- Professor Jill Manthorpe, Director of the Social Care Workforce Research Unit, King’s college, London
- Professor Martin Orrell, Professor of Ageing and Mental Health, University College, London
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EB – Early Bird rate FOR BOOKINGS MADE AT LEAST 8 WEEKS IN ADVANCE
SR – Standard rate
* Please note that the 4 day price is only applicable for 4 days courses. The fee structure is standardised across all Advanced Audiology Masterclasses (where there is an international guest speaker)
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