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Hearing journey from inaudible to audible.

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Al-Madinah Al-monawarah Road Albawadi

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Introduction

Ladies and gentlemen, esteemed colleagues and guests,

Welcome to the Hearing Solutions and Rehabilitation Forum. It's a privilege to have each of you here today as we gather to explore the latest advancements, share insights, and collaborate towards enhancing the lives of individuals with hearing impairments. In this dynamic forum, we bring together experts from diverse fields including audiology, otolaryngology, speech pathology, technology, and rehabilitation. Our goal is to foster interdisciplinary dialogue, exchange innovative ideas, and address the multifaceted challenges associated with hearing loss and its rehabilitation.As we embark on this journey together, let us keep in mind the profound impact that hearing loss can have on individuals, families, and communities. Through our collective expertise and dedication, we have the opportunity to make meaningful strides in improving access to effective solutions and enhancing the quality of life for those affected by hearing impairments. we encourage each of you to actively participate, engage in fruitful discussions, and leverage this platform to expand your knowledge, forge new collaborations, and ultimately, make a positive difference in the lives of others.Once again, welcome to the Hearing Solutions and Rehabilitation Forum. Together, let us strive towards a world where everyone has the opportunity to enjoy the gift of sound and communication to the fullest extent possible. Thank you.

Objectives

  • Knowledge Sharing: Facilitate the exchange of cutting-edge research, best practices, and clinical insights among professionals in audiology, otolaryngology, speech pathology, and related fields.
  • Innovation Showcase: Highlight emerging technologies, therapeutic approaches, and assistive devices aimed at improving diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation for individuals with hearing impairments.
  • Professional Development: Provide attendees with opportunities for continuing education, skill development, and certification updates to enhance their competence and effectiveness in delivering hearing health care and rehabilitation services.
  • Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Foster collaboration and interdisciplinary partnerships between professionals from diverse backgrounds to address the multifaceted challenges associated with hearing loss and its rehabilitation.
  • Patient-Centered Care: Emphasize the importance of patient-centered care and personalized rehabilitation strategies that prioritize the unique needs, preferences, and goals of individuals with hearing impairments.
  • Policy and Advocacy: Discuss policy initiatives, advocacy efforts, and regulatory frameworks aimed at promoting access to hearing health care services, improving insurance coverage, and advocating for the rights of individuals with hearing loss.
  • Community Engagement: Engage with individuals, families, advocacy groups, and community organizations to raise awareness about hearing health issues, promote prevention strategies, and provide support for those affected by hearing loss.
  • Research Collaboration: Encourage collaboration between academia, industry, and healthcare institutions to support translational research, clinical trials, and the development of evidence-based interventions for hearing loss and rehabilitation.
  • Quality Improvement: Identify opportunities for quality improvement in hearing health care delivery, including standards of practice, patient outcomes, and service delivery models, to ensure the highest level of care for individuals with hearing impairments.
  • Global Health Equity: Address disparities in access to hearing health care services and rehabilitation resources, particularly in underserved communities and low-resource settings, to promote global health equity and social justice.
  • These objectives aim to guide discussions, presentations, and activities at the forum, with the overarching goal of advancing the field of audiology and rehabilitation to improve the lives of individuals with hearing impairments.

Target Audience

  • Social Service
  • Psychology
  • Audiology
  • Speech-Language Pathology
  • Family Medicine
  • Psychiatry
  • ENT

Trainers

  • Naif Awadh alwasmi

    Audiology

    Aural Rehabilitation

  • Ola Aabed Abdulrahiem Elshohady

    Physician

    Other MD

  • Alhanof abdulikhaliq alfarsi

    Non-Medical Profession

    Non-Medical

  • Saleh Muhammad alamri

    Speech-Language Pathology

    Speech Disorders

  • samar yousef alnasrallah

    Non-Medical Profession

    Non-Medical

  • Nahla Ahmed Dashash

    Speech-Language Pathology

    Language Disorders

  • Mohammed H Al_harthi

    Speech-Language Pathology

    Speech Disorders

  • Abdulhakim Abdulkarim alsanie

    Speech-Language Pathology

    Speech Disorders

  • Mohammad Hamad ALbaqeyah

    Physician

    Gastroenterology

  • Abeer Bawajeeh

    Speech-Language Pathology

    Language Disorders

  • Ahmed Saad Alkhedher

    Non-Medical Profession

    Non-Medical

  • Riyadh Naji ALShahrani

    Non-Medical Profession

    Non-Medical