This year’s seminar will be held on: 

December 6-7, 2019

at the DoubleTree Hilton Golf Resort - 67967 Vista Chino, Cathedral City, California, 92234. Book your room by November 18 (our block of rooms expires then). Register by November 20 for a $50 pre-registration discount.

 
 
 
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Our Mission

Palm Springs Hearing Seminars is designed to provide Continuing Educational Units (CEUs) for clinical audiologists, dispensing otolaryngologists, and hearing instrument specialists. The goal is to pull together clinicians, basic scientists, clinical scientists, practice management experts, and device manufacturers under one roof to discuss cutting edge research and technologies that affect our field and our practices.

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We’re Accredited!

We’re accredited by the California Speech-Language and Pathology and Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board, the American Academy of Audiology, and the International Hearing Society.

 

CA

Get the CA credits you need!

Our Seminar offers California CEUs for both Audiologists and Hearing Aid Dispensers. Each course will qualify for both Audiology and Dispensing CEU (All Sessions Friday and Saturday) for a total of 18 CA Audiology and 10 Hearing Aid Dispensing CEUs. Sign up for your desired number of Units and you can attend any sessions you wish.

 

AAA

We offer AAA Credits!

The entire program is approved by the American Academy of Audiology to offer Academy CEUs. The program is worth a maximum of 1.8 AAA CEUs. For AAA credit, each hour is worth 0.1 CEU. All presentations qualify for AAA units. Therefore, the entire 18 hour course counts for 1.8 AAA CEUs.

 
 

IHS

Stay up to date on your ihs credits!

This entire program is approved for 18 IHS CEUs (9 on Friday and 9 on Saturday) by the International Hearing Society and its educational committee, the International Institute of Hearing Instrument Studies.

 
 

Our Partners

We would like to thank all of our partners in helping support this year’s Palm Springs Hearing Seminar.

 

OTICON

Oticon produce a wide range of hearing instruments, including the Syncro, Adapto, Tego, Atlas, Go, Sumo and Swift.

Starkey

Starkey Laboratories produces a wide range of digital and analogue hearing instruments. These include the DaVinci PxP and other digital instruments that contain Precision Audio Imaging and Precision Directional Imaging technologies.

Widex

Widex produces a range of digital hear instruments, including the élan, Senso, Bravo and A-series ranges.

Phonak

Phonak produce a wide range of digital and analogue hearing devices and products. This includes the Savia digital range.

 
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November 2018

I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to present our work on hearing-aid self-adjustment and noise tolerance. An added bonus was the chance to learn from the other presenters. I was impressed by the seminar’s ability to persuade outstanding professionals to make the trip to the desert. 

Alex Boothroyd, 2017 Presenter