On June 3, learn about ‘Music & Hearing Aids’ with Dr. Marshall Chasin.
Given the limitations of many modern digital hearing aids to handle the more intense inputs that are characteristic of many forms of music, there are a number of clinical strategies and newer hearing aid technologies that can be useful. Clinical strategies consist of those approaches that can be remediated in a clinical setting while technological strategies are hard wired into the hearing aid circuitry. This session lead by Dr. Marshall Chasin will review a number of different approaches, including a discussion of the benefits of “post-16 bit” technology for music and hearing aids. Audio files will be used to demonstrate the benefit of these approaches.
Also on June 3, join Penn State University Professor Saeed Abdullah & Johnna Blair for an in-depth look at ‘How to make smart voice assistants (like Siri and Amazon Alexa) more Accessible to Hearing Needs.’ Professor Saeed Abdullah & Johnna Blair will educate attendees on how to make smart voice assistants (like Siri and Amazon Alexa) more accessible to hearing needs. As well, they will highlight some of the next steps for designing voice-interaction systems that are more accessible to users who are hard of hearing and improving overall inclusivity in design.
Check out our website for the full conference agenda and to register – www.chhaconference.ca
Virtual - University at Buffalo
This unique conference is entirely a student-run with the goal of mentoring students as well as providing a virtual conference.
The presentation lineup includes:
MARSHALL CHASIN, AUD – Music and Hearing Aids
STEVEN ARMSTRONG, B.ENG. – Hearables and Hearing Aids: what do they have in common?
SHARON KUJAWA, PHD – Cochlear Synaptopathy: Interrupting Communication from Ear to Brain
SAMIRA ANDERSON, AUD., PHD – Why Can’t I Hear in Noise? Looking for Answers Beyond the Audiogram
The countdown to World Hearing Day 2021 begins today. 3 March 2021 will mark the launch of the World Report on Hearing and is an opportunity to raise awareness on this topic among policymakers and general public alike. The theme of the World Hearing Day is ‘Hearing care for ALL! Screen. Rehabilitate. Communicate’
More information on the campaign will be available on the WHO webpage. Other advocacy materials including flyers, banners will be made launched during the webinars: A glimpse into the World Report on Hearing and the World Hearing Day 2021, on 3-4 November 2020.
Virtual - U.K.
Our annual tinnitus conference will take place from 5 to 9 October 2020. But, this year, it’s going virtual. The BTA Virtual Conference 2020 takes place online this autumn with attendees getting full access to five days of lectures, workshops, seminars and networking opportunities. Each day of the conference presents a different theme with topics ranging from sleep to brain imaging, and internet-based CBT to the effects of Covid-19.
Tickets cost £100 each and include access to all recorded conference material for 12 months
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