The objective of aural rehabilitation is to reduce the impact that hearing loss has on an individual in their communication environments. Research indicates that lack of time, challenges with reimbursement, and professional training have contributed to the availability of clinical aural rehabilitation services. This panel presentation will discuss how audiologists may develop and include aural rehabilitation in a busy clinical setting. Panel members will share their experiences and discuss tools utilized when working with aural rehabilitation.
- The learner will be able to describe the key components of a clinical aural rehabilitation program
- The learner will be able to describe barriers to implementing a clinical aural rehabilitation program
- The learner will be able to describe facilitators to implementing a clinical aural rehabilitation program