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Best Cochlear podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Cochlear podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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MED-EL Podcast
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This is the official audio podcast of MED-EL. This podcast is designed as a learning tool and is a convenient way for professionals to update themselves on the new developments in hearing solutions. Join our channel and be the first to hear what we are up to.
 
SEASON 2 - My Beautiful Cyborg: A Love Story About Hearing.y Beautiful Cyborg returns. Finally. Caroline begins with an apology: “I broke the podcast!” What the heck happened? A deaf woman regained her hearing – that’s the opposite of breaking something. Now Caroline is #deafnotdeaf. Why drop off the radar? It has to be all good news right? Absolutely. But it’s possible to be overjoyed. Caroline and Andreas talk about coming out of the fog of reflection. They thought they had an exciting sto ...
 
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Radio Rounds
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Radio Rounds is a free podcast series for healthcare professionals featuring Washington University pediatric specialists. Each 10-minute podcast focuses on topics relevant to pediatricians and health care providers caring for children.
 
A podcast dedicated to answering the question: What is Communication? Matt, Michelle, and Michael are all licensed and certified Speech and Language Pathologists. They break down the latest in Speech and Language Therapy, interview leaders in the field, and apply evidence based practice to their discussions.
 
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Raising Our Voices
Monthly
 
Produced and presented by people with disabilities covering issues such as housing, discrimination, difficulties with public transport, self-advocacy and other related issues.
 
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Health Talk
Monthly
 
Health Talk by TriHealth is a monthly podcast to help you take charge of your own healthcare and live a healthier, happier life.
 
Child's Voice is a listening and spoken language program for children with hearing loss. All Ears at Child's Voice aims to connect parents of children with hearing loss to the professionals who serve them.
 
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ENT expert opinion
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An audio podcast for Otolaryngology Ear Nose and Throat, Head and Neck Surgery. This podcast is designed as an learning tool. A direct way to update clinicians on all things ENT. We aren't the experts, we just interview them. #FOAMed Find us on Twitter- @ENTexpertopin and Facebook- ENT Expert Opinion. Join our conversation- it's fun. Feedback encouraged. www.entexpertopinion.com
 
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Child Life On Call
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Parents of children with an illness or medical condition share their stories.
 
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Episode 99: ASHA Round Up Part 2: The Informed SLP, Hope Speaks Part 2, and the finish of the Live Event from ASHA The Discord is up and ready for people to interact with the crew 24/7. On this week’s episode, the crew dissect the ASHA convention and come up with a wish list of what they want at a future ASHA Convention and what they did not li ...…
 
The urology specialists at St. Louis Children's Hospital perform some of the most technologically advanced procedures when treating children, and is one of only a few pediatric facilities in the country—and the only one in the St. Louis region—to offer robotic surgery for children needing urologic procedures. In most of these cases, the childre ...…
 
The Discord is up and ready for people to interact with the crew 24/7. Matt freshly returned from Orlando talks about ASHA and being on the floor. Michelle is out this week still returning from Orlando, and Michael was running a conference with his Grow Now Therapy Clinic. On this week and over the next couple of weeks, the interviews from ASHA ...…
 
The Discord is up and ready for people to interact with the crew 24/7. Matt and Michelle are prepping for ASHA this week! As this goes live, Michelle will be in the air and Matt will be driving through the foothills of Tennessee. Are you making your plans to see the live taping at ASHA? Head over to Xceptionaled.com for more information to see ...…
 
Replacing a major joint in the human body — such as a hip, knee, or shoulder — can significantly improve your quality of life, especially if you suffer from pain, weakness in the joint, or limited mobility. Great strides are also being made to minimize and even eliminate some of the most common complications associated with total joint replacem ...…
 
The Discord is up and ready for people to interact with the crew 24/7. Matt, Michael, and Michelle jump right into the topics this week as they prep the week before ASHA. Are you making your plans to see the live taping at ASHA? Head over to Xceptionaled.com for more information to see the crew live in Florida. Teletherapy looks to be the futur ...…
 
On episode 20 of All Ears at Child’s Voice, Tatum and Wendy are joined by Dr. Michele Friedner, a social and medical anthropologist from The University of Chicago. On today’s episode, Tatum and Wendy talk to Dr. Friedner about the language professionals and families use when describing hearing loss, hearing technology, and disability and how th ...…
 
Lisa speaks with Nadia Mattiazzo from Women With Disabilities Victoria's Women’s Empowerment and Community Inclusion Team about Do Your Thing.A project set up to combat a lack of positive role models for Women with Disabilities in traditional media.For more information:https://www.wdv.org.au/our-work/our-work-with-women/doyourthing/https://www. ...…
 
Infantile Eczema (atopic dermatitis) can show up as dry, scaly patches on a baby's skin, often during their first few months. Babies can get the condition virtually anywhere on their bodies, but most often, it affects their cheeks, chin and joints of their arms and legs. While most babies outgrow atopic dermatitis, it is oftentimes itchy and pa ...…
 
The Discord is up and ready for people to interact with the crew 24/7. Matt questions the ethical concerns of Spookily the Square Pumpkin due to watching Halloween Cartoons too much. Michael is ramping up for the fall by increasing his pumpkin intake. Michelle and family prepped for Halloween by having baby Speech Science dress as an Avocado. A ...…
 
This week Michelle is traveling and Matt and Michael are flying solo. Michael has been working closely with the school based SLPs and participating in school visits for his private clinic patients. Michael talks about the hurdles he comes across as being the outside SLP. Matt was wrapping up his progress reports and balancing the paperwork with ...…
 
For children with a history of penicillin allergy, new evidence suggests a vast majority of kids could be “de-labeled” after undergoing a risk assessment and oral challenge in the pediatric emergency room. George Hoganson, MD, a Washington University emergency medicine fellow at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, is collaborating on a two-year, mul ...…
 
Michael returns to the show after traveling the country helping the non-profit the Focus Foundation. Michelle celebrates her birthday this past week and continues to adjust to motherhood and her career. Matt used his extended weekend from Columbus Day or Indigenous Peoples Day to complete his progress reports. If you had a family member that ne ...…
 
Pediatric cardiologists at the St. Louis Children’s and Washington University Heart Center care for more children with heart disease than any other center in the region. With extensive experience treating children with common to complex heart issues, from cardiac surgeries and cardiac catheterizations to heart monitoring, our heart specialists ...…
 
On Episode 19 of All Ears at Child's Voice, Wendy and Tatum interview Meredith Berger, the executive director of the Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech New York Campus, about aural microtia/atresia. Topics discussed include the current diagnostic process as well as amplification/intervention options available for this population. -Find us @c ...…
 
Matt recounts his weekend camping with his son in the cub scouts. Michelle continues to improve her ability as a therapist and living on a military base. Tina Babajanians, aka the Voice Stylist, is an SLP who left the typical therapy routes and works with the transgendered voice. Tina talks to Michelle about her road to speech and language ther ...…
 
Devastating consequences of the opioid epidemic include increases in opioid misuse and related overdoses, as well as the rising incidence of newborns experiencing withdrawal syndrome due to opioid use and abuse during pregnancy. According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 130 people in America-- or one person every 11 minutes-- dies ...…
 
The Centers for Disease Control recently linked a current lung disease outbreak to electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) and vape devices. These devices have rapidly become the most common tobacco products used by teens, driven in large part by marketing and advertising by e-cigarette companies that market the products’ convenience of use and fl ...…
 
This month the team discusses the NDIS from an Appeals Advocates point of view. Bronwyn Trickett (advocate in the NDAP programs) is joined by Angela Horton (AMIDA NDIS Advocate), Judy Bourke (AMIDA NDIS Advocate), Rachael (NDIS Advocate from RIAC) & Steve Grainger (Advocate from Villamanta Disability Rights Legal Service)https://www.facebook.co ...…
 
In this final podcast episode, we recap the key messages from the past four episodes. Alexander Hofer, Head of Product Management, Business Unit VIBRANT, wraps up the series by reiterating the need for the ADHEAR on the market and the benefits that only this device can provide. Alex talks about our company's experiences with the ADHEAR and he m ...…
 
In this podcast episode, we give users and professionals tips on handling the ADHEAR. Lukas Osl, Product Manager for the ADHEAR, guides listeners how to best take care of the device by leading them through a day in the life of an ADHEAR user - from the moment they wake up until they end the day. He continues the episode by giving tips and trick ...…
 
In this podcast episode, we chat about the unique benefits that the ADHEAR provides to both users and professionals. First, Lukas Osl, Product Manager for the ADHAR, talks about the benefits that users can enjoy and then he goes on to describe the specific benefits for professionals in the field. Lukas wraps up the episode by emphasizing the on ...…
 
In this podcast episode, Lukas Osl, Product Manager for the ADHEAR, gives us an overview to the ADHEAR. He talks about the history of the device, why it was needed in the first place and what differentiates it from other bone conduction devices. Lukas also talks about candidacy for the ADHEAR and some common misconceptions that people have abou ...…
 
In this first podcast episode, we introduce the concept of bone conduction. Esther Albaum, Clinical Support & Training Specialist, explains what bone conduction is, what different bone conduction solutions are currently available and how bone conduction essentially works. Esther will also tell us three fascinating facts about bone conduction. T ...…
 
On Episode 18 of All Ears at Child's Voice, Wendy interviews four parents of children with hearing loss about their unique and individual journeys. This episode was recorded as part of a live parent panel Child's Voice hosted this past July for visitors from a hearing loss program located in Tel Aviv, Israel called Beit Micha. At the end of the ...…
 
The neurorehabilitation program at St. Louis Children’s Hospital is designed to address the needs of children and adolescents who have suffered severe injury or illness. In-patient rehabilitation is available for children age 6 months and older whose illness or injury has resulted in impaired physical, cognitive or communication skills. Michael ...…
 
Speech Science has a guest host all the way from Seattle, Julie Fechter. Julie, a PRN SLP in a variety of positions, weighs in on the news around speech and language. Matt and his kids began their donut trail, Michelle returns from a vacation, and Michael has begun working with local school districts. Matty Manley and Megan Meyer met at Rare Di ...…
 
On Episode 17 of All Ears at Child's Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Wendy and Tatum interview Dr. Anne Marie Tharpe, the chair of the Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences and Associate Director of the Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center for Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences. Dr. Tharpe joins the show to discuss the identification, tre ...…
 
Earlier this month, St. Louis Children's Hospital welcomed Trish Lollo, former president of Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital, as its new president. Listen as Trish gives a glimpse into the journey that led her to St Louis, and her vision for St. Louis Children's Hospital.By admin
 
This month it's all about moving to Independent Living.Jane Rosengrave and James Teekan speak with Bronwyn Trickett about how it feels to live independently and what support is available for people with disability to do this.Who do you call if you need help with something?MUSIC: Frente! - Accidently Kelly Street…
 
On Episode 16 of All Ears at Child's Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Tatum and Wendy interview Dr. Nancy Young, an otolaryngologist and cochlear-implant surgeon at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. Dr. Young shares about her experience as a cochlear-implant surgeon, the changes she's witnessed in the cochlear implant surgery ...…
 
In this episode, Melissa Waller again welcomes Jennifer Robinson and Daniela Platzer for a recap of the previous podcast episodes. Together, they sum up the highlights of the audio processor SONNET 2 and the accessories FineTuner Echo, the AudioLink and the AudioKey App. They also talk about how clinicians benefit from the software changes in M ...…
 
The guest of this episode is Dr. Peter Nopp, Director of Research in Signal Processing at MED-EL shares insights into the Automatic Sound Management. Melissa Waller talks with him about how Automatic Sound Management helps implant users in the presence of noise and other difficult listening situations. Peter Nopp explains the five distinct feat ...…
 
Daniela Platzer talks in this episode with Melissa Waller about the FineTuner Echo. She talks about the functions of this remote control for the audio processor, as for example how the functionality of the audio processor can be tested and the benefits of the e-ink display. Open the transcript for reading through the complete episode.…
 
In this episode, Jennifer Robinson joins Melissa Waller to introduce the next SONNET 2 accessory, the AudioKey App. Jen explains how this app, available on iOS and Android, not only works with SONNET 2 but also with the previous generation SONNET and allows the management of the audio processors. Functionalities that are especially interesting ...…
 
In this episode, Daniela Platzer - product manager for external systems - introduces the AudioLink which is an accessory for the SONNET series, compatible both with SONNET and SONNET 2. Daniela explains how the AudioLink allows the connection of the audio processor to Bluetooth devises and the wide range possibilities that come with that functi ...…
 
Melissa Waller welcomes in this episode Jennifer Robinson, who talks about the new Systems Software by MED-EL, MAESTRO 8. Jen points out how feedback from many clinics worldwide helped in the improvement of the software, how MAESTRO 8 saves time in the clinicians’ daily work and gives an insight on the new features. Open the transcript for read ...…
 
Matt and Michelle hold down the fort this week. Matt has begun seeing his students and after 2 weeks of planning, he runs into MAP testing, which means schedule changes. Michelle is planning a trip back to Colorado and continuing her therapy positions. The crew continues to plan for ASHA and a special offer for Patreon donors! Teletherapy can b ...…
 
In this episode, the MED-EL Product Manager Daniela Platzer talks with our host Melissa Waller about SONNET 2 – MED-EL’s new behind-the-ear worn audio processor. She shares insights about new features, changes from the SONNET and first feedback. Open the transcript for reading through the complete episode.…
 
In this episode, this podcast series’ host Melissa Waller, Head of Education & Training, introduces the upcoming podcast series with the MED-EL Product Managers Jennifer Robinson and Daniela Platzer. In these podcast episodes, Daniela and Jen talk about MED-EL’s next generation audio processor, the SONNET 2 and the launched accessories, updates ...…
 
In this last episode, we are joined again by Jennifer Robinson, an Audiologist and Senior Prosuct Manager for Clinical Software at MED-EL. Jen talks about the Electrically Evoked Stapedius Reflex Threshold (ESRT) task in relation to the new AutoART task and when to use which. She wraps up the discussion by giving clinicians the three important ...…
 
Traditionally, cochlear implants are only provided to children with severe-to-profound hearing loss in both ears. At St. Louis Children’s Hospital, the cochlear implant program is one of the only in the area—and one of few in the nation—providing cochlear implants to children with single-sided deafness. Bernadette Rakszawski, pediatric audiolog ...…
 
Matt starts at his new school job which means building the puzzle pieces of a therapy schedule. Michelle welcomed family from across the country into her home. Michael has been collaborating with local SLPs to prepare for the upcoming school year. Matt’s youngest son can be heard in the background during parts of the show. Imagine sitting in yo ...…
 
On episode 15 of All Ears at Child’s Voice: A Hearing Loss Podcast, Tatum and Wendy interview Julie and her daughter, Clara, about their experience with Clara’s hearing loss. Clara uses bilateral cochlear implants and is a graduate of Child’s Voice. She recently graduated from high school and, at the time of the recording, was preparing for her ...…
 
A normal spine, when viewed from behind appears straight. However, a spine affected by kyphosis shows evidence of a forward curvature of the vertebrae in the upper back area, giving the child an abnormally rounded or "humpback" appearance. Children whose curvature exceeds a limited range of variation - curving forward in a “C” shape- will requi ...…
 
Jane speaks with Authur about the role of the Disability Services Commissioner, the NDIS, the Disability Royal Commission and hopes for the future. MUSIC: The Four Tops Il'l be ThereBy Jane Rosengrave and Arthur Rogers
 
The St. Louis Children’s Hospital Department of Therapy Services provides occupational, physical and speech therapy within an individualized state-of-the-art model of care in conjunction with world class physicians and medical practices. As a highly trained pediatric team with an international reputation for excellence, the staff tailors therap ...…
 
In this episode, we talk about the new Electric Acoustic Evoked Potential (EAEP) Tool in MAESTRO 7.0, the first clinically available tool for measuring of both acoustically and electrically evoked intra-cochlear potentials. Dr. Marek Polak, Head of Electrophysiology for Assessment, discusses the clinical applications of this tool, previous and ...…
 
In this episode, we go into Triphasic Pulses, the new pulse characteristics that can be utilized in MAESTRO 7.0 to avoid facial nerve stimulation and other unwanted somatic effects after cochlear implantation. Dr. Reinhold Schatzer, one of the inventors of this method and a Research Engineer at MED-EL, talks about their discovery of this techni ...…
 
In this podcast episode, we are introduced to MED-EL’s latest fitting software, the MAESTRO 7.0. Jennifer Robinson, Senior Product Manager Clinical Software, tells us about the design philosophy behind MAESTRO 7.0, what makes it different from MAESTRO 6.0, and what new tools and features clinicians can expect to see in this new software.…
 
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