Members In The News

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  • 02/22/2012 5:07 PM | Anonymous
    Stephen Hallenbeck, Au.D., was named Rush University AuD Alumni's Distinguished Achievement Award winner for 2011.  Congratulations!
  • 02/20/2012 9:26 AM | Anonymous
    Three ILAA members - Robert Griffith, Ronna Fisher and Phyllis Stern-Weisman - were honored in The Hearing Review as being among the "Best of 2011" Hearing Healthcare Professionals for the Midwest.  Congratulations!
  • 01/17/2012 10:36 AM | Anonymous
    Linda Remensnyder was interviewed by The New York Times to discuss hearing aids and looping. 

    http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/01/16/personal-health-lifelines-for-people-with-hearing-loss/ 
  • 12/27/2011 2:12 PM | Anonymous

    ILAA President-Elect Stephen Hallenbeck receives Rush University AuD Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award for 2011.

    http://www.hearingreview.com/news/2011-12-20_02.asp

  • 11/09/2011 12:02 PM | Anonymous
    Ivy Maina, who received an Illinois Junior Science Fair award from the AAA Foundation and the ILAA, was featured in the AAA Foundation annual report.  Ivy displayed her project at AudiologyNOW in Chicago, and has chosen audiology as a future career aspiration.  Congratulations again, Ivy!
  • 10/26/2011 11:28 AM | Anonymous

    Deb Pitcher, Au.D., was interviewed by radio station WJBC about Audiology Awareness Month, and about the importance of hearing protection for children.

    Listen to the interview here:   http://wjbc.com/all-ages-need-to-prevent-hearing-loss-listen-how-to/

     

  • 10/14/2011 12:54 PM | Anonymous

    Kim Cavitt, Linda Remensnyder, Carly Smith Girard, and Brian Urban will present at the Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) convention this November. 


    http://www.audiologist.org/_resources/documents/convention/2011_Advance_Program.pdf

  • 09/20/2011 8:08 AM | Anonymous
    ILAA member Linda Remensnyder, Au.D. received second place in the 2011 "Practitioner" category for the Oticon Focus on People award last week.  Congratulations to Linda and many thanks to her for all her hard work in looping advocacy.  http://www.oticonusa.com/Oticon/Professionals/FocusOnPeople/Practitioner/PersonA.html
  • 09/02/2011 9:54 AM | Anonymous
    Cindy Pichler, Au.D., of Resurrection Medical in Chicago, was named one of two winners of the "Defining the Audiogram" Challenge by the nonprofit group Ida Institute.  Dr. Pichler was awarded a free trip to an upcoming seminar in Denmark on audiologic rehabilitation.  "In her submission, Pichler good naturedly took issue with the Ida Institute’s challenge to define the audiogram. “Why should we have to explain the audiogram at all?” she asked. “You’ll notice that I don’t explain the audiogram at all. My message needs to be what the problem is, what it means, and what we might do about it. I need to present the message in very simple terms that increase the ability of the patient to understand what is going on and what is recommended.” Pichler provides an animated and upbeat script that is effective for families trying to process new information about their children’s conductive hearing loss and easily adapted for patients of all ages and situations."
  • 08/19/2011 9:25 AM | Anonymous
    ILAA member Linda Remensnyder, Au.D., is a finalist for the Professional category in Oticon's Focus on People Awards.  For the first time, this year Oticon is allowing the public to view the finalists and to vote on their preferences.  To see all of the finalists and vote on your choices, see:  http://www.oticonusa.com/Oticon/Professionals/FocusOnPeople.html



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