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Learn about topics important to hearing healthcare professionals from the comfort of your desktop computer or mobile device through IHS Webinars. Each presentation is 60 minutes long and is complimentary for anyone to attend. Most IHS Webinars are also available for CE credit, which requires that the CE applicant register for and attend the webinar, submit a completed CE exam/quiz with payment, and receive a satisfactory score.

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Upcoming Webinars


Hearing Loss and Dementia: Memory Loss and Retraining


Uncover the mysteries of how hearing aids make it possible for the brain to relearn "new" sounds.

Research has proven that sound comprehension takes place in the brain and that hearing loss impacts the understanding of speech. Many individuals complain of hearing “new” noises after being fit with hearing aids. Are these noises truly new or simply forgotten noises?

People with hearing loss are more likely to develop cognitive decline, Alzheimer's, memory loss, and falls. Join us and expert presenter, Svetlana Goldman, HAD, for an in-depth look at what the latest research has revealed about hearing loss and how it changes the composition of the brain and relates to dementia.

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Presentation Date: October 25, 2016, 12:00pm EST


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Five Principles to Amplification Success, Patient Retention and Referrals

Join us for an in-depth look at how to build trust and strong patient relationships through respect and counseling, while discovering how to cultivate those relationships into willing and active referral sources. Expert presenter Ted Blanford, President/Owner of Summit Hearing Solutions, will present his “Five Principles for Amplification Success, Patient Retention and Referrals."

Originally presented: March 31, 2016




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