How to Use Live Speech Mapping as Part of a Hearing Instrument Fitting and Verification ProtocolBy Ross, Terry; Smith, Kenneth E., PhD; Hearing Review, Vol. 12, No. 6, pp. 40-46
Publication Date: June 2005
Article discusses the use of live speech mapping (LSM) as part of a hearing instrument fitting and verification protocol. The LSM technique is used by hearing care professionals in order to help clients fully understand and see what they can and cannot hear. The process utilizes live, real-time speech from family members, friends, or a familiar third party for measurements. The process is discussed with respect to the following: (1) system set-up, (2) how to use the system as part of a clinical protocol, (3) a clinically revealing process, (4) client involvement, and (5) expected outcomes. The authors contend that more information is available at http://www.medrx.com and http://www.hearingassociates.com.
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