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  PHASE Seminars is offering 12 CE’s Weekend Course  April 28 – 29, 2017  at a discounted rate!  If you enjoyed the last seminar we held in October then you’ll love this event!  Topics are what you requested and with new Speakers:

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 Ted Venema, Ph.D Author of “Compression for Clinicians.”

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Max S. Chartrand, Ph.D. Behavioral Medicine

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Vincent J. Yero, BC-HIS PHASE Seminars Executive Director.

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2017 Spring Apprentice Weekend Event Course Agenda

Friday, April 28, 2017
12:00 -1:00 p.m. Check-in/Registration Packet Pick-up Front Desk

1:00 -3:00 p.m.
Pt. 1 “How to Give Dazzling Consumer Presentations in Your Community”     Course 149-17-001  2 CEU’s
Presenter: Dr. Max Stanley Chartrand, Ph.D., BC-HIS
Every practice is surrounded with active & growing senior centers all over the nation.  These centers are begging for information and entertainment for their members! This action packed course brings to life the several presentation formats that can be used effectively by dispensers in even the smallest communities. Using humor & scientific data, your instructor demonstrates the power of presentation with his wildly popular “Keeping Your Memory For Life!” Seminar & concert for a market just waiting to be awakened to take action in achieving optimal hearing & cognitive health.

Learner Outcomes are:                                                                                                                                            a. Enable learners to create & define relative, effective presentations that are duplicate able.  b. Provide tools for identifying several formats of presentations for any size community.    c. Teach a pattern of presentation principles geared for success.                                                        d. Connect the presentation material to the audiences neurocognitive brain function.


3:00 -5:00 p.m.

Pt 2.“Keeping Your Memory For Life!”  Course 149-17-005 2 CEUs
Presenter: Dr. Max Stanley Chartrand, Ph.D., BC-HIS
One of the most exciting, new courses in the field it features the power of better hearing, optimal health, and music for recapturing lost memory. Excellent for professionals and consumer! Depicting Captain Obvious of the left hemisphere and the Super Heros of the right brain, your instructor steps the audience through the neurocognitive functions of the human brain and how the best amplification strategy empower young and old hearing impaired to new heights of brain and psycho-social development. This has been described as one of the most unforgettable continuing education experiences ever!

Learner Outcomes are:                                                                                                                                             a. Identify neurocognitive functions of the brain                                                                                       b. Discover the value of “The power of Hearing Better”, Optimal Health, & Music’s impact on recapturing lost memory.                                                                                                                                 c. Learn the effects of non-amplification on the psycho-social development with young and old age groups.


Saturday, April 29, 2017

8:00 – 9:25 a.m.                                                                                                                                             Personality Types & Their Effect on Your Sales Outcomes”                           Course 149-17-002  1.5 CEU                                                                                                                       Presenter: Vincent J. Yero, BC-HIS.
Discover effective communication skills for making sales among various personality groups much easier and more acceptable.

Learner Outcomes are:                                                                                                                                             a. Outline and define the 4 major personality groups and blends among prospective patients
b. Identify the strengths & weaknesses for each group and how it affects decision processes.
c. Learn techniques to communicate more effectively with the personality “love language” d. Discover YOUR personality type and learn how to maximize your strengths, minimize your weaknesses to improve your sales outcomes.



9:25 – 9:35 a.m. Hospitality Break



9:35 -12:00 p.m.                                                                                                                                    “Masking- Demystified” Course 149-17-003  2.5 CEU
Presenter: Dr. Ted Venema, Ph.D.
Masking is an essential procedure in clinical practice. Masking is all about IA (interaural attenuation”, and an appreciable amount of IA exists only when the masking noise is delivered by air (not the bone) conduction. The purpose of this seminar is to explain the concepts behind masking in plain terms that will be easy to digest. We will go through specific case studies in both air and none conduction testing to show procedures step by step.

Learner Outcomes are:                                                                                                                                               a. Describe the general principles behind Masking.
b. Interpret the need for masking whenever it is clinically required.
c.Outline the procedures for obtaining effective masking and true threshold results.


12:00 – 1:00 p.m. LUNCHEON


1:00 – 3:00 p.m

“Fitting Methods & Real Ear Measurement.” Course 149-17-004  2 CEU
Presenter: Dr. Ted Venema, Ph.D. We’ve come along way from the early days of verifying hearing instrument fitting performance in a soundfield. The days of real ear measurement (REM) are far behind us; insertion gain is a goner, and is now the proverbial rear view mirror. It is now all about measuring output with the hearing aid placed “in-situ” or in place. Aids are literally “mapped onto a client’s existing residual dynamic range and plainly displayed on a computer screen. This talk with take us on a journey through fitting method evolution and REM development from Sam Lybarger’s 1/2 gain rule days to ours. The end goal for this seminar is to highlight the benefits of REM for counseling patients.
Learner Outcomes are:                                                                                                                                               a. Outline the reasoning for the “spinal cord of all fitting methods”(1/2 gain rule) in the first place.
b. Trace the evolution of fitting methods and the development of REM.
c.Appreciate the value of REM as an important tool for counseling patients.


3:00 – 3:10 p.m. Hospitality Break


3:10 – 5:10 p.m.

“Tinnitus & Amplification 2017” Course 149-17-006  2 CEU
Presenter: Dr. Max Stanley Chartrand, Ph.D., BC-HIS
Description: PowerPoint lecture, demonstration, and Q&A to help dispensing professionals to understand the benefits and limitations, as well as the medico legal aspects of working with hearing aid patients who also suffer from concomitant tinnitus.
Objective:
Introduce principals of application of Multi-modal Tinnitus Management (MTM) methodology as it is used in the professional dispensing setting and differentiating between medically and clinically referable cases from those that may benefit from one of the four amplification benefits of MTM.

Learner Outcomes are:
a) Apply principles of ethics and interdisciplinary considerations working with MTM.
b) Describe different types and etiologies of tinnitus, and overview of current treatment modalities.
c) Differentiate between medically and clinically referable and fittable cases in dispensing practice.
d) Counsel for expectations of amplification in cases of tinnitus and hearing impairment.


                     Register TODAY!

Registration Fee is now listed at “On-Site” rates.

Guest Registration (includes luncheon)$125                                                                                                        (Does NOT apply to spouses who are Apprentices/Trainees/Dispensers)

March 1st onward are On-Site Fee       $365


Apprentice permit holders are required to obtain 20 hours of classroom CE during their apprentice year – online CE’s for apprentices is NOT allowed.  Registration includes 12 ceus, Saturday morning breakfast, 2 hospitality breaks and a full luncheon buffet with dessert. That’s about $20 per CEU**, so make your reservation NOW!

 Hotel Registration Link Click Here.  

DON’T MISS THIS EVENT! ROOMS ARE FILLING UP FAST!                           Mention the the Spring 2017 Apprentice Weekend Workshop for a discounted room rate of $119/night*

Download Registration form here.

??’s Call (972) 746-6268 or email Vincent @ vjyero@gmail.com. Call or click on the link to be directed to the hotel to make your reservation.

*Room rate does not include tax or gratuity.                                                                     ** CEU rate calculated at Early Bird pricing.

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