Tele-audiology – Helping working Moms find that elusive balance?

If you are a mom and an audiologist, like me, you likely spend your days trying to intricately balance the demands of building a business while caring for your family.

For many, their work is a purely financial necessity. While, for others, business/work success provides a certain sense of self-fulfilment while selflessly working at raising happy and fulfilled children.

For most though, it is a complicated mix of “all the above”, with a good dollop of guilt stirred in.

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6 Of Our Most Popular Audiology Posts Of 2018

We are all human and as humans we know how precious time is.  Family, friends, work and social life, especially over the holidays are priority and it can be difficult to keep up to date.

Don't worry, we're here to help you with a collection of our posts that were most popular amongst KUDUwave readers  in 2018. 

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Look After Your Hearing This Festive Season: Here are 5 ways

The festive season is here. Masses will be outdoors with family, friends and loved ones celebrating this merry season. Music, concerts, parades, fireworks are the highlight of the festive fun, and don’t forget holiday shopping! There is no reason to not join in the fun, to listen to some Frank Ocean or Queen or to do some holiday toy shopping for the children. However, it is important to be mindful on how to protect your ears during this festive season.

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6 Things to Consider when Buying an Audiometer

So…You have planned and documented a business plan for your practice. You have noted the services that you will be providing and now, you need to find an audiometer that meets your needs. Or it may be time to reconsider your current toolset in your current practice. With new options available, it really is the perfect time to contemplate what will work for you and your future plans. You need a device that will suit your program and the services you want to provide.

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What You Need to Consider when Planning Your Audiology Practice Space Design

“Audiology Practice Space Design’’ is a bit of an unusual topic, especially for clinical audiologists, yet it is an important one.

Times are changing, especially in healthcare. Audiologists are trained to be specialists in the auditory system and prepared for the clinical aspect of their practice. This training, in turn, prepares them to work and exceed in the clinical aspect of their practice. Audiologists are often trained to work IN a practice, but are rarely skilled in working ON a practice.  
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5 Ways Audiologists Can Reach More Patients

All businesses, whether in healthcare or not, often fall prey to seasonality. Some months are great and patients seem to pour through the door and it's hard to keep up. Others are dry, with only a few appointments, repairs or follow-ups. It only takes one dry spell watching your bank balance whittled away on running costs to know the panic that sets in.

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5 Ethically Sound Ways To Promote Your Audiology Practice

So you’ve got the perfect location and you have your plan down to a t. You’ve procured all the necessary equipment and are ready to hit the ground running. But then you realize that referrals are not enough to keep business flowing. And outsourcing your marketing needs might not be in the budget. But here’s the good news. You don’t need to outsource. You could handle all the marketing needs of your audiology practice in-house without breaking the bank.

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3 Pro Tips For Selecting The Perfect Audiology Practice Space

In our previous post on 6 Steps to Setting Up an Audiology Business we covered the main steps one would take when venturing out into private practice. We briefly touched on the importance of location and its significance to your practices’ success.

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