|School:||School of Human Services and Sciences|
|Program:||Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences|
|Start date:||July 2021|
|End Date:||September 2021|
The growing use of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic has sparked the need for alternative modalities of assessment and intervention. Vestibular assessments are included among services that audiologists may provide via telehealth; however, continued work is needed to provide additional support for the use of virtual assessments. The Dynamic Visual Acuity test (DVA) has the potential to be used as a virtual screener to identify patients with vestibular dysfunction who need further diagnostic assessment. The results of this study will provide evidence for the feasibility of telehealth for vestibular screening.