Larry Medwetsky

Scholarship and creative activity

2013

Kochkin, S., Beck, D. L., Christensen, L. A., Medwetsky, L., Northern, J., Sweetow, R., & Taylor, B. (2012). Why consumers return hearing aids: A guide for reducing hearing aid returns. Better Hearing Institute: MarkeTrak VIII.

Medwetsky, L. (2011). Spoken-Language processing model for auditory processing disorders: The intertwining of cognition, language, and auditory processing. Presented at the Rochester Hearing and Speech Center, Rochester, NY.

Medwetsky, L. (2012). Utilizing computer software as a management tool for addressing CAPD. In D. Geffner & D. Swain (Eds.), Auditory processing disorders: Assessment, management and treatment (2nd ed.) San Diego, CA: Plural Publishing.

Medwetsky, L. (2013). A comprehensive approach to assessing/managing spoken language processing disorders (SL-PD). Presented at the meeting of the North Carolina Speech, Hearing, & Language Association, Raleigh, NC.

Medwetsky, L. (2013). Listen up to smarter, smaller hearing aids/Interviewer: Jon Hamilton. Retrieved from http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2013/04/08/176225511/listen-up-to-smarter-smaller-hearing-aids

Medwetsky, L. (2013). Overview of Gallaudet's peer-mentoring program. Presented at the meeting of the Hearing Loss Association of America, Portland, OR.

Moncrieff, D., Bellis, T. J., Lucker, J. R., & Medwetsky, L. (2013). Grand rounds on auditory processing disorder. Panel presentation for the American Academy of Audiology. Retrieved from http://eo2.commpartners.com/users/audio/session.php?id=11322

2015

Medwetsky, L. (2014). Transitioning from high school to college: helpful hints. Hearing Loss Magazine, 2014(November/December), 32-35.

Medwetsky, L. (2014, November). Disentangling central auditory processing test findings: A road to greater clarity. Presented at the meeting of the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association, Orlando, FL.

Medwetsky, L. (2014, October). Part 1. Auditory processing disorders: Assessment, mechanisms, & breakdowns. Presented at the Buffalo Hearing and Speech Center Continuing Clinical Competencies Series, Buffalo, NY.

Medwetsky, L. (2014, October). Part 2. Auditory processing disorders: Intervention. Presented at the Buffalo Hearing and Speech Center Continuing Clinical Competencies Series, Buffalo, NY.

Medwetsky, L. (2015). Hearing aid connectivity: Bridging a closer connection to the world of sound. Hearing Loss Magazine, 2015(July/August), 18-22.

Medwetsky, L. (2015). Mobile device apps for people with hearing loss. Hearing Loss Magazine, 2015(September/October), 20-23, 29.

Medwetsky, L. (2015). Resources worth their weight in gold: Gallaudet University's peer mentoring program. Hearing Loss Magazine, 34-35.

Medwetsky, L. (2015, April). Comprehensive audiological assessment of individuals with severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss. Presented at the meeting of the New York State Speech, Language, and Hearing Association, Rochester, NY.

Medwetsky, L. (2015, April). Spoken-language processing approach to assessment and management of auditory processing disorders. Presented at the New York State Speech, Language, and Hearing Association, Rochester, NY.

Medwetsky, L. (2015, May). Spoken-language processing approach to assessment and intervention of auditory spoken-language processing disorders. Presented at the meeting of the Maryland Speech, Language, and Hearing Association, Towson, MD.

Medwetsky, L. (2015, May). Spoken-language processing model: A conceptualization guiding the assessment and intervention of auditory processing disorders. Presented at the meeting of the Maryland Speech, Language, and Hearing Association, Towson, MD.

2016

Medwetsky L (2015). Mobile device apps for people with hearing loss: Part 2. Hearing Loss Magazine. November-December: 26-32.

Medwetsky, L. & Yoshinaga-Itano, C. (2016, April 15). Theoretical model for speech contrast perception and its application to assessment and habilitation. Presented at The American Academy of Audiology, Phoenix, AZ.

Medwetsky, L. & Yoshinaga-Itano, C. (2016,April ) Auditory Discrimination of English Phonemes: Hierarchy of Difficulty. Presented at the American Academy of Audiology, Phoenix, Az

Medwetsky, L. (2015). Mobile device apps for people with hearing loss: Part 1. Hearing Loss Magazine; September-October: 20-23, 29.

Medwetsky, L. (2015, October). Perception of Speech Contrasts as a Function of the Degree of Hearing Loss/Processing Related Deficits: Implications for Assessment and Intervention. Presented at the HESP Seminar series at the Unversity of Maryland, College Park MD.

Medwetsky, L. (2016). Auditory brainstem response testing for early detection of hearing loss and abnormaslities of the auditory nervous system. Hearing Loss Magazine. July-August: 40-43.

Medwetsky, L. (2016). I can hear but I can't understand. Hearing Loss Magazine. March-April: 28-30.

Medwetsky, L. (2016). Otoacoustic emissions testing: A criticdal procedure for detecting hearing loss. Hearing Loss Magazine. May-June: 20-23.

Medwetsky, L. (2016, April). Interpreting Central Auditory Processing Test Findings: Not That Straightforward. Presented at the American Academy of Audiology, Phoenix, Az.

Medwetsky, L. (2016, April). Spoken-Language Processing Approach: Encompassing Auditory Processing Within a Broader Framework. Presented at the American Academy of Audiology, Phoenix, Az.

Medwetsky, L. (2016, June). A Comprehensive Approach to Assessing/ Managing Spoken-Language Processing Disorders (S-LPD). Presented at the Louisiana Speech and Hearing Association. Lafayette, La.

Medwetsky, L. (2016, June). Hearing Aid Connectivity: Bridging a Closer Connection to the World of Sound. Presented at the Hearing Loss Association of America convention, Washington, DC.

Medwetsky, L. (2016, June). Interpreting Spoken-Language Test Findings: Not That Straightforward. Presented at the Louisiana Speech and Hearing Association. Lafayette, La.

Medwetsky, L. (2016, June). The Spoken-Language Processing Approach: Broadening our Conceptualization of Central Auditory Processing. Presented at the Louisiana Speech and Hearing Association. Lafayette, La.

Medwetsky, L. (2016, June). Understanding the Audiogram and Audiometric Testing: So What? Presented at the Hearing Loss Association of America convention, Washington, DC.

Medwetsky, L. (2016, May). Hearing Needs Assessment: Individualizing the Recommendations. Presented to the Hearing Loss Association of DC.

2017

Medwetsky L (2016). Confidence comes when you truly find yourself. Hearing Loss magazine. November-December: 29-32.

Medwetsky, L (2017). Do my hearing aids really need all of the bells and whistles. Hearing Loss Magazine. September-October: 28-32.

Medwetsky, L (2017). Low cost hearing devices: The possibilities and limitations. Hearing Loss Magazine. May-June: 28-32.

Medwetsky, Larry. (April, 2017). A Comprehensive Assessment Approach to Assessing Central Auditory Processing: Obtaining Test Results that Guide Individualized Intervention. Presentation at the California Speech and Hearing Association Annual Convention, Pasadena, CA.

Medwetsky, Larry. (April, 2017). Maximizing Everyday Connectivity: A Never Ending Discovery Process. Presentation at the 2nd Annual CHIP Conference: A Call to Connect: Communication, Partnership and Community, Montreal, Canada.

Medwetsky, Larry. (April, 2017). Spoken-Language Processing Approach: An Integrative Framework for Understanding Central Auditory Processing Disorders. Presentation at the California Speech and Hearing Association Annual Convention, Pasadena, CA.

Medwetsky, Larry. (June, 2017). Do My Hearing Aids Really Need All the Bells and Whistles? Presentation at Hearing Loss Association of America Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, UT.

Medwetsky, Larry. (May, 2017). A hearing needs assessment: Individualizing the recommendations. Part II. Presentation to Hearing Loss Association of America- Maryland Chapter, Bethesda, MD.

2019

Medwetsky L. (2018). Addressing Controversies In Central Auditory Processing. A panel presentation at the American Speech and Hearing Association Annual Convention. Boston, MA.

Medwetsky L. (2018). Interprofessional Collaboration: Solving the APD Puzzle between SLPs and Audiologists. American Speech and Hearing Association Annual Convention. Boston, MA.