Complex Listening: When communication is more than one-on-one.
Difficulty hearing in noise is the most common complaint of people with hearing loss. But did you know that it is also a common complaint...
This event aims to provide a platform for researchers, clinicians, and professionals to share their knowledge and experience on the latest developments in AR.
Submissions for the ARA Institute are now open. Share your research, case studies, or AR programs at the ARA Institute 2023 in Boston, Massachusetts. We welcome submissions on all topics related to aural (re)habilitation and are specifically interested in submissions that refer to the use of technology in AR.
The Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology (ARA) is a multidisciplinary organization composed of individuals whose professional work is dedicated to fostering and stimulating education, research, and interest in audiologic habilitative and rehabilitative components of hearing care. The primary purpose of ARA is to promote excellence in hearing care by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas, knowledge, and experiences with the audiologic habilitative and rehabilitative components of hearing care. Our organization serves as a public policy advocate for audiologic rehabilitative and habilitative services.
ARA promotes a patient-first approach which fosters:
Better patient outcomes
Reduced hearing aid return rate
Better rapport with patients
Increased referrals to friends from satisfied patients
Greater patient ability to manage hearing difficulties
Improved patient quality of life