The early bird rate expires 10/8/14.
As an audiologist, you're usually
the first person a parent talks to after a child fails the newborn
hearing screening, which puts you in a unique position. And
although getting a family history is important, new genetic testing
technologies are improving and becoming more accessible making them
a key aspect of the diagnostic process.
recorded sessions and live
chats in this online conference, Dr. Kathleen Arnos
(director of the genetics program at Gallaudet University) and
expert speakers present the latest info on these
technologies while discussing advances in the field of genetics and
how they impact your clients.
After attending, you will be
- Describe how genetic factors influence hearing loss in infants
and school-age children
- Describe the recent scientific progress in complex
- Explain hearing loss to patients and families
- Determine appropriate referrals for diagnosis and
We estimate that you'll be able to
earn as many as 2.3 ASHA CEUs (23.0 professional development hours)
for this event.
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Why You'll Love ASHA Online
"Attending" an online conference
allows you to listen to 1-hour sessions at your leisure and
participate in pre-scheduled live chats with presenters. You'll
also have access to discussion threads, handouts, and other
resources. Interact and network with speakers and colleagues
without traveling anywhere; all you need is an Internet
More about how online conferences work
Sorry, we cannot accept purchase
orders for this conference.
Your written notice of cancellation
will be accepted for a full refund of registration fees if received
on or before October 20. To cancel, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with
the subject line, "Audiology Conference cancellation."
Cancellations received after October
20 will be refunded less a $50 processing fee, and no continuing
education credits may be earned for the conference. Cancellations
will not be accepted after October 27.