Christine Turgeon tells us about L’Équipe/Team Canada Healing Hands (TCHH), a humanitarian and registered charitable organization, who’s volunteers have a record of success working with various partners throughout Haiti and other low-resourced regions, to strengthen local capacities in rehabilitation for children and adults with disabilities.
Steve Mosher, a bassoonist with the National Ballet of Canada Orchestra writes about the Health and Safety Guidelines for Live Performance
The author questions why the people performing audiometric tests in the province of Ontario are not licensed as is the case in other Canadian provinces.
Nick Hobbs writes about how audiologists are uniquely positioned to recommend a simple well-established technology that can improve their clients’ satisfaction with hearing aids, improve their communities, and, in doing so, build their practices.
Peter Stelmacovich discusses the challenges in the management of adults with significantly disabling hearing loss.
With inspiration from the Superbowl Calvin Staples selects some great blog entries focused on all things related to sound.
Gael Hannan looks at other people’s response to here enthusiastic advocacy for hearing loss issues.
Greg Noel and Steve Aiken explore questions about the utility of obtaining acoustic reflexes.
Alberto Behar delves into concerns about health hazard from fibreglass material used in audiometric booths.
Wayne Staab and Steve Armstrong answer the questions “What is So Great About Bluetooth?”
Harry Teder tells us about the first wireless CROS.
Kim Tillery explains the nature of central auditory processing disorders (CAPD).
Marshall Chasin explores the limitations and the benefits of a flared tubing.