Cochlear Implant and BAHA programming; objective measures; rehabilitation; and outcomes.
Michael Scott is the Auditory Implant Program Coordinator at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. He coordinates the multidisciplinary team including professionals from Speech Pathology, Developmental Pediatrics, Aural Rehabilitation, ENT, Social Work and Audiology. Clinically, he works with children ages birth to 21 years of age providing diagnostic hearing evaluations; management of BAHA implant systems; and cochlear implant consultations, evaluations and programming. In addition, he is the primary investigator, and otherwise involved in several on-going research projects.
Education and Training
AuD: The University of Akron: Northeast Ohio AuD Consortium, 2006.
MA: Washington University in St. Louis: Central Institute for the Deaf, 2002.
BA: Saint Louis University: College of Public Service, 2000.
Scott M, Brown D, Stephens J, Balvalli S, Meinzen-Derr J. Measuring Auditory Steady State Responses in Cochlear Implant Recipients. Objective Measures in Auditory Implants - 6th International Symposium, St Louis, MO, September 2010.
Brotman-Domoracki, S., Dunay, J., Halter, K., Scott, M., Zombeck, L. Promoting
collaboration among professionals working with children with cochlear implants: The Northeast Ohio Consortium for Children with Cochlear Implants. Educational Audiology Review, 20, 8-21. 2009