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Hearing Aid Verification

The process of fitting amplification to young children is complex. As universal newborn hearing screening programs can now identify the presence of hearing loss at birth, audiologists are faced with making hearing instrument fitting decisions within the first few months of a child's life. There are fundamental differences between infants and adults that must be considered when planning hearing instrument fitting and verification. The purpose of this unit is to review appropriate fitting and verification strategies and techniques that account for the special needs of infants and young children

Prescriptive Fitting Strategies
Using Probe-Microphone Measures
Advantages of RECD measurements with infants and young children
Frequently Asked Questions