Don’t just ask what they do, ask what they have stopped doing.
For clients with severe to profound hearing loss, it is crucial to regularly measure outcomes even if their audiogram is stable. In this episode of our podcast series on severe and profound hearing loss, audiologist Judith Bird talks about the importance of ongoing care. As a clinical scientist at Cambridge University Hospitals in the UK and contributing author to the recently published guidelines for best practice in the audiological management of people with severe and profound hearing loss, Judith introduces the so-called PROMs, aided speech tests, and further aspects of ongoing care.
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