Clinicians

Accreditation & REWARDS PROGRAM

Our vision at Sound Storm is to help 25,000 children with Auditory Processing Disorders by 2025

Our plan is to connect with parents and guardians to raise awareness of the effects of APDs in school age children. Early intervention can improve their lives and help them reach their full potential.

Once connected, our goal is to guide them toward knowledgeable, trained, APD specialists, like yourself.

So we’d like to help you be as prepared as possible to help diagnose and remediate Spatial Processing Disorder in your clinic and help us reach our 25x25 target.

Get accreditated today!

We have partnered with the University of Melbourne to re-released the HEARnet Learning training module “Remediating Spatial Processing Disorder with Sound Storm”. In doing so we have created the Sound Storm Audiologist Accreditation Program (AAP) that includes a number of key benefits to you and your clinic to better treat kids with SPD.

Silver Tier

What you’ll get

Featured on the Sound Storm ' Find and Audiologist' page

25x Printed Parent/Guardian Brochures (AU/NZ only)

1 x A3 Sound Storm Clinic display Poster

Requirements

AA, ABA, BSA or similarly qualified Audiologist.

Specialisation in Paediatric Audiology or regularly treat children aged 6-12yrs.

Register

Gold Tier

Silver tier’s benefits plus...

iPad/tablet promo code for demo version of the Sound Storm App

Unlimited access to Sound Storm Training module

Additional Audiology Australia accreditation (1CP Point)

Requirements

Have completed the Silver Accreditation.

Have completed the University of Melbourne’s “Remediating Spatial Processing Disorder with Sound Storm” training.

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Platinum Tier

Gold tier’s benefits plus...

Access to your own personalised Patient Portal to monitor your patients’ progress

For every 10 referrals, 1x full-version of the Sound Storm App to give out at your discretion

Requirements

Have completed Gold Accreditation.

Have made 5 successful Sound Storm referrals and are a genuine advocate.

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