Signia Delivers Solutions to Enhance Human Performance
AAA 2021 Virtual: Signia Delivers Solutions to Enhance Human Performance
Presented at AAA 2021 Virtual
Presenter: Carol Meyers, AuD
Duration: 30 minutes
CEUs: 0.05 AAA
Instructional Level: Intermediate
Program Focus: Knowledge
Learning Outcomes: Upon completion, each participant in the eAudiology Web Seminar will be able to:
- Match the various form factors with the lifestyle and/or hearing needs of the individual with hearing loss.
- Define technology that let wearers enhance human performance.
- Describe the benefits of artificial intelligence for the hearing aid wearer.
Signia delivers iconic innovations in design and functionality to meet the expectations of today's consumer. Signia has collected consumer insights from thousands of individuals, both hearing aid users and non-users, but all with some level of hearing loss to understand the voice of the consumer. These insights included vitals of profession, income, brand preference, media consumption, and aspirations. Signia's portfolio meets consumer expectations by offering a wide array of form factors and personalized support via Signia Assistant.
Carol Meyers, Au.D. Clinical Education Program Manager Signia
Dr. Meyers is the Clinical Education Program Manager for Signia. In her role to support the Clinical Education Team and the Government Services Team in the US, she creates educational materials related to products, technology, software, services, and audiology-related topics. She provides product, software and telehealth training to staff and customers in the US. She is the lead for the planning and execution of continuing education courses and online courses/podcasts, including The Expert Series, which reaches a growing number of hearing care professionals each year. Prior to joining the Signia clinical education team (then Siemens Hearing Instruments) in 2007, Dr. Meyers dedicated more than 25 years to clinical practice, during which she attained a comprehensive understanding of diagnostics, hearing aid technology, and how to address the communication needs of individuals. Dr. Meyers holds a doctorate degree in Audiology from Arizona School of Health Sciences and graduate and undergraduate degrees from the University of Nebraska.
Disclosure: Employed by Signia.
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