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Training in adult cochlear implant users
Mariana Reis1,2, Isabelle Boisvert1,2, Catherine McMahon1,2
1Macquarie University...
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Training in adult cochlear iimpant users

This study investigates the effectiveness of auditory training for adult cochlear implant users and the factors underlying auditory learning.

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Training in adult cochlear iimpant users

  1. 1. Training in adult cochlear implant users Mariana Reis1,2, Isabelle Boisvert1,2, Catherine McMahon1,2 1Macquarie University, 2The HEARing Cooperative Research Centre Abstract This study investigates the effectiveness of auditory training for adult cochlear implant users and the factors underlying auditory learning. Background o Small changes in CI users’ speech perception following auditory training. o Factors underlying auditory learning are not well established. o Low to medium quality evidence cannot guide practice. Survey on variability in clinical practice Research question Does verbal-based training lead to greater changes in listening abilities of adult cochlear implant users when presented in the auditory mode compared to the visual mode? Methods Cross-over design Training programs Degraded information Adaptive training; 5 days/week; 20min/day. Outcome measures o Auditory abilities o Cognitive and executive functions o Physiological correlates of change (ERP, oscillations, pupillometry)  based on XR1.1.3 o Self-perceived performance (including well- being and quality of life) Implications A better understanding of the benefits of different aspects of auditory training will support evidence-based practices. References 1. Boothroyd, A., 2010. Adapting to changed hearing: the potential role of formal training. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 21(9), pp.601–611. 2. Henshaw, H. & Ferguson, M.A., 2013. Efficacy of Individual Computer-Based Auditory Training for People with Hearing Loss: A Systematic Review of the Evidence. PLoS ONE, 8(5). 3. Schembri, T. & Budziszewski, P. (2016). Magpie [Computer software]. Sydney, NSW: Toybox Labs. creating sound value www.hearingcrc.org 20% Recruited N=8 Think AT is necessary to improve outcomes Rehabilitation approach speech reception threshold text reception threshold N=73 (CI Audiologists) Face-to-face Recommend home-based Refer to another professional Do not conduct/recommend Group training – 0% N=73 (CI Audiologists) Numberofrespondents 2 1 3

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