educational audiologist

educational audiologist

An audiologist who works in a school and who screens pupils for evidence of hearing loss that may affect their ability to learn.
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FAAA, the first hearing health professional to receive the award for her many years working as an educational audiologist and deaf educator, including 15 years directing the audiology and deaf education programs for the state of Colorado.
Daisy Monticelli, whose 5-year-old daughter Marenpreviously had received mapping services in Eugene, said she now takes her daughter to Portland to see an educational audiologist, who works primarily with children with cochlear implants.
is an easy-to-use resource designed to simplify the lives of educational audiologists, teachers of the deaf and hearing resource teachers
This new web-based tool allows hearing care professionals working in education, such as the educational audiologists attending EAA, to go digital-selecting, filling out and managing their patient assessments on any laptop, desktop PC or tablet device.
Roger meets this challenge head on, bringing the cleanest ever speech signal directly into the student's hearing instruments or Cochlear Implants, and delighting educational audiologists by finally removing the need to manage frequencies.
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