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Expected Consequences of Hearing Aid Ownership (ECHO) is a hearing aid assessment system designed to measure prefit expectations of prospective hearing aid users. It produces a global score and four subscales: Positive Effect, Service & Cost, Negative Features, and Personal Image. These scale scores can be compared with the range of scores representing realistic expectations for hearing aid use. The system can be used to examine unrealistic expectations a potential hearing aid user may have, in order to direct counseling to address these areas before the hearing aid is issued. This may prevent unnecessary disappointment with the experience of hearing aid use. The system includes a questionnaire, instructions for manual scoring, and a blank template for plotting an individual's scores against norms for realistic expectations. OPTIONS: Swedish translation of the questionnaire.
Notes: PDF versions of the questionnaire, instructions for manual scoring, and a blank template for scores may be downloaded for free from the manufacturer web site.
Price: Contact manufacturer.
This product record was updated on November 13, 2008.
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AUSP Software GroupUniversity of Memphis School of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
807 Jefferson Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38105
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