PROFESSIONAL ISSUES

Audiology Assistants

Overview

Key Issues

Resources

References

American Academy of Audiology. (2010a). American Academy of Audiology position statement: Audiology assistants. Retrieved from www.audiology.org/resources/documentlibrary/
Documents/2010_AudiologyAssistant_Pos_Stat.pdf
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American Academy of Audiology. (2010b). Audiology assistant task force report. Audiology Today, 22(3), 68–73. Retrieved from www.audiology.org/resources/audiologytoday/
Documents/2010_05-06/AT%2022.3%20-%20LOW.pdf

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. (2010). Code of ethics. Retrieved from www.asha.org/policy/ET2010-00309/.

Dunlop, R., Beck, L., Dennis, K., Gonzenbach, S., Abrams, H., Berardino, J., & Hall, S. (2006). Support personnel in VA audiology. Audiology Today, 18(1), 24–25. Retrieved from www.audiology.org/resources/
audiologytoday/archives/Pages/default.aspx
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Kasewurm, G. (2006). The positive impact of using audiologist's assistants. Audiology Today, 18(1), 26–27. Retrieved from www.audiology.org/resources/audiologytoday/
Documents/AudiologyToday/2006ATJanFeb.pdf
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National Hearing Conservation Association. (1990). Code of ethics. Retrieved from www.hearingconservation.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1.

Saccone, P., & Steiger, J. (2008). Hearing aid care protocol for audiology assistants. Audiology Today, 20(1), 34–37. Retrieved from www.audiology.org/resources/audiologytoday/
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