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Cicada Hearing Guide - Update


You can get the Guide here
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This Guide contains 73 pages (file size 1.9MB) so it may take time to load depending on your internet connection. We recommend you download or save it to your computer or device for easier reading later on.

Here are some of the comments made by professional audiologists about the Guide.

Margaret Anderson: I have just finished reviewing the rest of the Guide. It's going to be a great resource for consumers and all sorts of people. Well done for tackling it!

Marie-Louise Hekel: Congratulations on this most thorough publication. You have done a splendid job.
Knowing Marie-Louise as I do, she will have reviewed it thoroughly. She told me that she was very impressed with your work and thought it would be a very valuable resource, not only for hearing impaired people, but professional audiologists in particular. During our phone conversation she began to name a range of service areas that she thought would be good places to alert and provide with copies for the use of their members.

Roberta Marino: Overall – I think you’ve done a brilliant job. You really have a great understanding of how the different devices can be applied. If you don’t mind, when the product is finished, I’d like to pass it on to training ENT’s at the major teaching hospitals here in Perth and also the upcoming Audiology students.

Sarah McCullough: Well done on all your hard work and thanks for sending us this copy- that’s great.

Linda Ballam-Davies: It looks great and you've done a top job.

 

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