Ndiyeva Paediatric Audiology & Intervention Conference 2017

Thursday, 30 March 2017

The Carel du Toit Centre is thrilled to announce the
4th Ndiyeva Paediatric Audiology & Intervention Conference
taking place in Somerset West, Western Cape from
30 March – 1 April 2017

The attendees of this conference can be assured to gain knowledge and clinical applications to allow them to be Raising the Bar in the diagnosis and management of infants and children with hearing loss.

This is the 4th Ndiyeva (translated from the Xhosa, “I can hear”) Audiology Conference that the Carel du Toit Centre will be hosting since its establishment in 2008. 

The conference continues to grow, as it offers a distinctive opportunity for all the partners and role players involved in paediatric hearing loss to meet, review and renew their knowledge and clinical practice. 

Ndiyeva is the only conference of its kind offering the most recent advances in Audiological diagnosis, -management, -intervention as well as Educational support for infants and children with hearing loss.



Our previous conference was themed
‘Beyond the Basics’ and our 4th Ndiyeva Conference
is themed: “Raising the Bar"


- Raising the Bar
… of our professionals’ clinical expertise
 

- Raising the Bar… of professionals’ knowledge
- Raising the Bar… for the children and families we serve
- Raising the Bar… with our expectations of outcomes    



Because many diverse professions are involved in the field of paediatric hearing loss, the programme will regularly be divided into coinciding symposia, focusing on a diverse range of topics of interest to all delegates attending.

The 2017 scientific programme is carefully designed to allow all delegates to find sufficient topics of interest that will allow insight into, for example, the following:

- Neurodevelopment of Listening
- Hearing aid fittings for infants & children: More than just Speech Mapping
- Who is afraid of Bone Conduction Auditory Brainstem Responses?
- Audiological management of mild unilateral & all those other sometimes challenging scenarios
- Listening fatigue: Complex listening in the classroom 
- Maximizing cumulative auditory experience
- Appropriate fitting decisions
- Adult learning styles: dynamic targets when working with parents
- Combating the effects of poverty on outcomes 
- The 40% of children with additional needs: Incl. Autism Spectrum Disorder 
- Hearing screening of children: The latest guidelines and principles
- Combating disrupted child-caregiver attachment & repair strategies
- Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorders: Update on audiological management & intervention
- Ensuring literacy success for children 
- Facilitation strategies for literacy breakdown 
- Understanding & fostering pragmatic skill development and social-emotional functioning 
  in older children
- Speech Babble – how to use these to support speech production, early literacy skills & auditory
  memory for all infants (hearing impaired or not)




This multi-disciplinary conference will facilitate the exchange of information and the sharing of ideas necessary to provide early and appropriate services to infants with hearing loss.


Audiologists |
Speech Language Therapists | ENT Specialists | General Practitioners
A
llied Professionals & Teachers involved with children with hearing loss/disorder
P
arents & Family of children with hearing disorders | DEAFSA | HiHOPES Facilitators
The Carel du Toit Satellites| Psychologists | Occupational Therapists
 



Audiologists can apply to participate in an exclusive
Advanced Paediatric Audiology Learning Lab on 1 April 2017 focused on hands-on experience in clinical decision making.
      

The Advanced Paediatric Audiology Learning Lab will include the following topics:

- Making the right call
- Strategies and Techniques to expand our clinical tool box
- Electrophysiology and more

This practical day is aimed at audiologists, who diagnose and manage children with hearing disorders on a daily basis. 

Applications can be sent in together with registration for Ndiyeva and only 16 successful applicants will be invited
to attend the day.




We have applied for
24 CPD Points for 30 - 31 March 2017.  
Terms and Conditions apply.

 

 
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Contact Details

  • Marieta van der Sandt – Immaculate Events & Conferences
    Event Manager: 2017 Ndiyeva Paediatric Audiology & Intervention Conference
    ( +27 21 824 2886
    *  ndiyeva@careldutoit.co.za



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