Give your feedback on a campaign about hearing loss & care
Person-centered care means putting people and their families at the center of care decisions and acknowledging them as experts, working alongside medical professionals to get the best outcome. This is a topic that often comes up in the discussions in the Hearing Loss group. Now is your chance to help get this message out to hearing professionals around the world.
The Ida Institute is a non-profit organization working to advance person-centered hearing care. They are currently developing an awareness raising campaign about the value of person-centered care for people with hearing loss and their relatives − and they would like your help! This would include:
- Reading and reviewing a document explaining the proposed campaign.
- Completing a short questionnaire with your feedback.
If you are interested in reviewing the campaign materials and providing feedback please send an email with the subject “I volunteer to give feedback on person-centered care” to firstname.lastname@example.org before June 30, 2020.