The document ‘Setting and verifying the frequency response of a hearing aid remotely for adults during periods of restricted service delivery’‘ has been jointly produced by BAA Service Quality Committee and BSA Adult Rehab Interest Group.
This guidance focuses on the practicalities of setting and verifying the frequency response of the hearing aid entirely remotely.
This guidance has been developed to be used in conjunction with other guidance including ‘A Guide to Remote Working in Audiology Services During Covid-19 and Beyond’, May 2020, produced by Manchester Centre for Audiology and Deafness (ManCAD) and BAA Service Quality Committee, and the British Society of Audiology Guidance on probe microphone measurements (BSA, 2018).
Readers are advised to read both of these documents before proceeding to read this document, particularly the section on RECDs in the BSA guidance.
BAA SQC and BSA ARIG welcome your feedback.
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