This course is intended to provide participants with information on how to support children with cochlear implants in everyday life including the child's home and educational environment. Information on the recent advancements in technology and how these relate to the improvement of outcomes in children with cochlear implants will also be discussed.
This course was recorded on December 16, 2009
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Carissa Moeggenberg, M.A., CCC-A
Carissa Moeggenberg completed both a Bachelor's of Science (1991) and a Master's of Audiology (1992) from Central Michigan University. Upon completing these degrees she joined the University of Michigan's Cochlear Implant team where she served as a pediatric audiologist for over 10 years. Following her passion for cochlear implants and rehabilitation of children and adults with a severe to profound hearing loss she joined Advanced Bionics in 2002. Presently she is the Manager of Rehab Programs and in that role develops the aural rehabilitative education programs and resources provided by Advanced Bionics. She is also working on her Doctorate of Audiology degree through Central Michigan University's Distance Learning Program. Carissa has co-authored several publications on cochlear implantation and has presented nationally on cochlear implantation and aural rehabilitation. She lives in Michigan with her husband and 2 children.
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