Pediatric Audiology Learning

Get access to free evidence-based learning experiences focused on pediatric audiology, led by experts in the field.

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Learn the evidence-based clinical knowledge necessary to provide best-practice pediatric hearing healthcare and to stay on the forefront of innovation and research.

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Cutting-Edge Courses

Courses are designed to meet an intermediate to advanced learning level and provide takeaways that will elevate the standards of care.

At the completion of each course, learners should be equipped with state-of-the-art clinical knowledge that facilitates gold standard pediatric audiology services necessary for children with hearing loss to achieve optimal LSL outcomes.


Pediatric Audiology Course Offerings

Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder: Fundamentals to Cutting Edge Practice
Thierry Morlet, PhD

Audiological Considerations for Children with Hearing Loss and Autism

Single-sided Deafness: Assessment and Management in Children with Hearing Loss
Lisa Park, AuD; TBA

Beyond the Audiogram & Speech Recognition: Psychological and Social Aspects of Hearing Loss in Children
Benjamin Hornsby, PhD; Hilary Davis, AuD; Andrea Warner-Czyz, PhD; Irina Castellanos, PhD

Best of Pediatric Audiology Literature: Year in Review
Jay Hall, PhD; Ryan McCreery, PhD; René Gifford, PhD, CCC-A

Optimizing Outcomes of Children with Hearing Loss & Exceptional Needs
Angela Bonino, PhD; Shuman He, MD, PhD; Holly Teagle, AuD

Imaging of the Auditory System: Radiologist Perspectives for Pediatric Audiology
Anthony Alleman, MD

Genetics and Hearing Loss: Fundamentals of Genetics & Genetics and Auditory Function in Children
Hela Azaiez, PhD; Kevin Booth, PhD

What's New in Pediatric Audiology: LOCHI, OCHL, CDaCI, Melbourne
Viji Easwar, PhD; Elizabeth Walker, PhD; Shani Dettman, PhD; Andrea Warner-Czyz, PhD

Inner Ear Doesn't Just Hear: Pediatric Vestibular Considerations and Assessment
Violette Lavender, AuD, CCC-A

Pediatric Audiology, Anesthesiology, and Sedated ABR Assessment
Kelly Baroch, AuD, FAAA; Ali Kandil, DO, MPH


We’ve entered a new era for pediatric audiology. Hearing healthcare professionals are hungry for evidence-based protocols to apply to their clinical practice. Hearing First has diligently designed courses at all levels for those working with children who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Dr. Jace Wolfe, PhD, CCC-A, Sr. VP of Innovation, Oberkotter Foundation

Continuing Education Credits

For professionals interested in earning CE credits, courses are offered at no cost to the learner. Hearing First is an approved Continuing Education credit provider for:

  • American Academy of Audiology (AAA)
  • Alexander Graham Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language (AG Bell)
  • American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA)

Expert-Led Learning

Courses are led by world-renowned pediatric hearing healthcare experts who will provide cutting-edge information pertaining to the comprehensive scope of practice of a pediatric audiologist.

Topics range from genetics and embryological development to family-centered care and social-emotional aspects of hearing loss.

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