Educational Audiology

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Rapid technological advances means that the role of an Educational Audiologist is an ever-evolving one. Hearing aid, auditory implant, assistive listening and acoustics technology is continually changing. 

This column provides an overview of the wide-ranging equipment that is part and parcel of the role of an Educational Audiologist.

It provides information, further to column 2,  about two additional roles of an Educational Audiologist as defined by the British Association of Educational Audiologists (BAEA)

Education and Amplification Systems

Selection, Verification & Evaluation of Hearing Instruments.

At the Hearing Across the Lifespan Conference in Lake Como, Italy in 2018, a presentation called  Educational Audiology – Empowering Families Using Technology outlined new opportunities for empowering families via technology and partnerships working.