Recently, Oticon Medical and Audiology Online hosted a webinar to describe the Ponto 3 family of sound processors in detail.
The webinar is led by Jaime Leigh Westbrook, AuD, an Audiological Trainer and Supporter based at Oticon Medical within Oticon Headquarters in Smørum Denmark. Jamie received her Au.D. from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2011. She now develops and provides training for internal salespeople and supports customers worldwide.
Upon completion of this course, learners should be able to:
Describe the fitting range and features of the Ponto 3 sound processors
Explain how Direct Sound Transmission and INIUM Sense Processing contribute to BrainHearing
Describe the importance of Output, Bandwidth and Clarity for BAHS patients
Last week, Oticon Medical and Audiology Online hosted a webinar to provide an inside look into the perspective and decision-making process of parents with children who can benefit from bone anchored hearing systems.
The webinar featured Melissa Tumblin and Ann Pipes, both mothers to children who use bone anchored hearing systems. Melissa’s daughter Alyssa (Ally) wears the Oticon Medical Ponto Plus on a soft band. Ann’s son, Winslow, made his own decision to have surgery to wear his bilateral Ponto Pluses on abutments as implants. Melissa is also the Founder and Executive Director of Ear Community, and Ann is a founding member of Little Ears Hearing Center, a non-profit pediatric audiology clinic in Louisville, KY.
Melissa and Ann shared their stories, and in doing so the audience learned:
How to identify the parent consideration process in selecting a bone anchored hearing system for a child
The various types of FM systems used by most schools
How Ann and Melissa learned of bone anchored hearing systems and the products their children tried before the Ponto system