Qualification and programme overview
This qualification is designed to provide the hearing therapy workforce with skills and knowledge in the application of aural rehabilitation practice.
The programme includes developing and/or recognising the following competencies in your staff:
- Measuring functional capability and assessing the physical and psychosocial impact of hearing impairment on a person’s life.
- Analysing assessment results in terms of the impact on the life of a person, to lead and coordinate the design, implementation and evaluation of an individual aural rehabilitation plan.
- Providing a specialist service that enables people with hearing impairment to manage the impact of that impairment.
- Being fully accountable for their own learning and professional practice in complex and dynamic contexts/systems to provide a constantly improving, customised outcome focused service.