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  • BREAKING: Dr John Niparko suddenly dies

    With great sadness we report the sudden passing yesterday of Dr John Niparko, one of the very finest CI surgeons in the world; and quite a friend of the hearing impaired community. We don’t have any details on his passing as of this writing: We’ll post an update as soon as we get more in...
  • Brief Addenda to Selecting a Cochlear Implant Surgeon

    Our 3,000 word article on Selecting a CI Surgeon where Best Practices are discussed has generated 1900 hits so far; and also quite a strong reaction in both the comments and on social media, prompting this addenda to clarify a few items. ► Some CI users and parents of CI kiddies wrote in wonder...
  • Selecting a Cochlear Implant Surgeon

    Selecting a Cochlear Implant Surgeon

    Hiring a cochlear implant surgeon for yourself or your child is just as important as selecting the right implant manufacturer, as the quality of the outcome is at stake. Unlike fitting hearing aids where the Best Practices are well documented and easily available to the consumer, the same cannot be ...
  • Some of the search terms people have used to find The Hearing Blog

    One of the intriguing things about publishing The Hearing Blog is looking at the list of search engine terms people all over the world use to reach our humble publication. Sometimes, we like to copy & paste them into Google to see where we rank, and it heartens us when we are near or even at the...
  • Hearing Loss Ass’n of America Convention 2010 summary (updated)

    Tweet The annual convention for the Hearing Loss Association of America wrapped up Sunday morning, following a busy three days of meetings, workshops, speeches, receptions, and a symposium. Shortly, I’ll be posting the revised and extended notes from the workshop Martha Jones CCC-SLP and I pr...
  • Hearing Loss Association of America Convention

    Tweet There are many reasons to attend this year’s annual Hearing Loss Association of America Convention in Milwaukee, June 17-20. Yes, there are 19 hours of workshops that offer 1.9 CEU’s for ASHA & AAA (and by extension, IHS for hearing aid dispenser licensure) — And some of ...
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