The Department of Audiology diagnoses hearing loss in children from birth to 21 years of age and provides rehabilitative audiologic services.
Every member of our staff is a masters or doctoral level audiologist who holds national certification and state licensure. We practice family-centered care, educating and empowering you to make informed decisions about hearing evaluation procedures, amplification options, financial assistance, language stimulation and educational programs.
To supplement your learning, we offer you a variety of educational materials, including The Parent Information Packet. You can also find other resources about communication and hearing loss in our family education room.
Working with the Department of Continuing Medical Education , we host annual conferences to train and educate professionals about pediatric audiology and cochlear implants. Healthcare professionals can visit the CME site for information about current continuing education events.