High power aids

Jeffrey Sirianni sirianni at uts.cc.utexas.edu
Thu May 11 13:23:51 EST 1995


In article <verber-1005952210170001 at hazel-208.parc.xerox.com>, verber at parc.xerox.com (Mark Verber) says:
>
>My wife Libby, a dispensing audiologist, tells me that most of her patients
>who have been fitted with the MultiPro use three or four distinct
>programs.  In a few cases, Libby has duplicated a a couple of the programs
>at a different amplication level because the MultiPro doesn't have an external
>volume adjustment, thus using most of the program slots which are
>availible.  The bottom line is that Jeff is right, most of the time
>a 4 memory instrument would be sufficent.
>
>btw: there are really only 7 free memories, the 8th is always used for
>for electro-magentic pickup (ie telephone).
>

Does your put age as a consideration in dispensing the MultiPro?  My
experience with Resound, with other persons, suggests that sometimes
2 memories are difficult.  I usually start with the identical program
in both memories as a start.  Later I'll modify the second memory for 
less low freq. amplification for noisy situations, like crowds.

My thoughts are that older persons may have trouble remembering what
setting is for what...

Jeff Sirianni     @(((<{
University of Texas at Austin
Communication Sciences and Disorders
CMA, 2nd Floor Clinic
Austin, TX  78712-1089
sirianni at uts.cc.utexas.edu
jgsaudio at aol.com



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