Access Audiology
Issue Focus: Building Effective Parent-Professional Partnerships
January 2017

Access Audiology addresses the needs of professionals and students interested in the field of audiology.

Featured Article

Building Effective Parent-Professional Partnerships
by Joni Alberg


  • The Tinnitus and Hyperacusis page is now live on the ASHA Practice Portal!
  • ASHA’s Permanent Childhood Hearing Loss Practice Portal page addresses audiologic assessment and management of children with permanent hearing loss, ages 0-5.
  • EHDI-PALS is a directory of pediatric audiology facilities that provides services to young children.
  • Help a student create their future through the S.T.E.P. Mentoring Program. Enroll as a mentor by February 12.
  • Want more Access Audiology articles? Visit our library of featured topics.
  • ASHA provides free, downloadable patient information handouts on hearing loss, rehabilitation, tinnitus, balance, and other topics. Written in plain language, most of these are available in Spanish.

    Featured Question

    Where can I learn more about parent perspectives on audiology services and find others who share my interest in childhood hearing loss?

    ASHA provides summaries of peer-reviewed literature in the Evidence Maps. Learn about parent perspectives on topics such as treatment, auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder, or cochlear implants on the Hearing Loss (School Age) Evidence Map.

    Network with other professionals interested in childhood hearing loss by joining ASHA's Special Interest Group (SIG) 9, Hearing and Hearing Disorders. Learn more about SIG 9 and all of ASHA's 19 SIGs.

    Employment Opportunities

  • Full-Time Audiology Lecturer PhD - Temporary
    SACRAMENTO, California
  • Clinical Externship in Intraoperative Monitoring
    Neurodynamics, Inc.
    San Diego, California
  • Audiologist
    Kaiser Permanente
    Northern, California
  • Audiologist
    East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
  • Director of Audiology - WVU Medicine
    WVU Medicine / West Virginia University
    Morgantown, West Virginia

    Visit ASHA's Online Career Center for More Job Opportunities

    Related Resources

  • ASHA's Audiology Homepage
  • ASHA Advocacy
  • ASHA Community
  • American Journal of Audiology
  • ASHA Special Interest Group Announcements

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    Featured CEUs

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    Growing a Thriving
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    Assessment and Treatment Options for Tinnitus

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    2017 Coding and Documentation Update for Audiologists

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    The next issue of Access Audiology is coming in March 2017! Address comments and suggestions for future topics, information or resources to [email protected].

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