Mind Your Step: How to Successfully Incorporate an Audiology Assistant (0.1 AAA/Tier 1 CEUs)
Mind Your Step: How to Successfully Incorporate an Audiology Assistant
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Presenter: Nichole Kingham, AuD
Date: May 8, 2020, 4:00 - 5:00 pm ET
CEUs: 0.1 Tier 1/AAA CEUs
Instructional Level: Intermediate
Description: Working hard in your business instead of working ON your business? An audiology assistant may be just the thing to help create balance. But where to start? What can an assistant do? Not do? How do you find the right person, then train them? What do you pay them? With this learning module, you'll receive useful tools and an excellent understanding of how to take the first steps toward easily incorporating an audiology assistant into your practice.
- 1. Describe the ideal candidate for an Audiology Assistant position.
- 2. Identify what tasks and services are appropriate for an Audiology Assistant to provide.
- 3. Determine an appropriate training regimen for an Audiology Assistant.
Nichole K. Kingham, AuD
Owner/Director/Chief Education Officer
Dr. Kingham has a passion for helping to implement an Audiology Assistant or Technician into private practice Audiology and medical Ear, Nose and Throat clinics.
Dr. Kingham was awarded a master’s degree in Audiology at the University of Washington and obtained her clinical doctorate from A.T. Still University. She was awarded the Future Leaders in Audiology Award in 2012 and is the Past President of Washington State Audiology Academy. She is a current member of the AAA Audiology Assistant Subcommittee. Dr. Kingham has worked in private practice since 2003, where she hired the first Audiology Assistant in Washington State and has trained and promoted Audiology Assistants since 2009. She also owns and operates a successful practice in Issaquah, Washington.
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