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NJSHA's Membership Appreciation Webinar
To celebrate our members, we invite you to attend a FREE webinar as a token of our appreciation for your continuing support.

Concussion Across the Lifespan: Clinical Perspectives for the Speech-Language Pathologist and Audiologist

Recorded Webinar

Presented by Jill Brooks, PhD

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Must be a current 2017 NJSHA Member.


Update on Adult Onset Hearing Loss: Detection and Devices

Thursday, March 9, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST

Presented by Maryrose McInerney, PhD, CCC-A

Webinar fee is $25.
Online Registration

Maryrose McInerney, PhD, CCC-A is a full time faculty member of the Audiology Program at Montclair State University (MSU) where her focus Is on Pediatrics, Amplification and Aural Rehabilitation for the Life Span. Prior to 2013, Dr. Mcinerney was an associate professor at LI AUD Consortium, St. John's University. Dr. Mcinerney has been practicing audiology since 1979. She received her PhD in Hearing Science from the CUNY Graduate Center of New York and her masters of Audiology from Western Michigan University. She completed her clinical fellowship year at John Hopkins Medical School. During the past 35 years she has practiced Audiology in New Jersey establishing an Audiology Department at the Hackensack Medical Center more than 20 years ago. She is the Chief Executive Officer of Hackensack Audiology and Hearing Aid Associates, LLC.

Hearing loss is the third most chronic condition reported by the elderly. Due to detrimental effects of hearing loss and age on communication, elderly individuals with hearing loss may be compromised socially or emotionally. Hearing loss presents communication challenges across many listening conditions. This session will discuss the incidence and causes of adult onset hearing loss and the challenges and remedies that are available to address the communication and psychosocial difficulties that impact the person with hearing loss and their loved ones. Strategies will be discussed on how to adapt different listening situations to provide effective communication and equipment will be shown that could assist in alleviating obstacles when listening in various listening communication settings.

Learner Outcomes
After completing this course, participants will be able to describe the challenges that a hearing impaired adult and his/her family will encounter, identify remedies that are available to address the communicative and psychological difficulties that impact the person with hearing loss and identify at least two assistive listening devices that can be used in conjunction with hearing aid technology to a hearing impaired adult.

Additional information and login procedures will be provided to participants after registration. 

Continuing Education

ASHA Continuing Education

This program is offered for .15 CEUs (intermediate level, professional area)

AAA Continuing Education

NJSHA is approved by the American Academy of Audiology to offer Academy CEUs for this activity. The program is worth .15 CEUs. Academy approval of this continuing education activity does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products or clinical procedures.


Financial Disclosure: Maryrose McInerney is receiving an honorarium from NJSHA for this presentation. She will be referencing her work at Montclair University, Hackensack Audiology and Hearing Aid Associates and Hackensack University Medical Center.

Non-Financial Disclosure: Maryrose McInerney does not have any non-financial relationships to disclose.

Product Disclosure: During this presentation, Maryrose McInerney will be referencing specific products used by most audiologists/hearing aid dispensers.

Trenton 101: Effective Advocacy for Speech and Hearing Professionals

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