What Do You Want People To Know About Living With Hearing Loss?

I asked some young adults what they would want people to know about living... Read More

What Is Good Speech Perception

I receive questions often about what is good speech perception so I think it... Read More

What is success with CI’s?

This weeks blog is written by Camille Dunn, PhD. Dr Dunn joined the Department... Read More

Helping Kids with Hearing Loss Deal with Social Issues

Those of us who work with children with hearing loss have learned good skills... Read More

The Audiologists Role in Kids Learning to Listen

For children with hearing loss to succeed they need a village. The village is... Read More



I had an extraordinary day yesterday. (Isn’t audiology fun!!) My colleague Nancy Schumann (speech-language... Read More

Sorry I Missed a Post – SANDY

I try to keep ahead of things but Hurricane Sandy interrupted my schedule. I... Read More

Support for Children with Hearing Loss

School is starting. As we think about what services we need to provide the... Read More

Audiologists Are Key for Kids with Hearing Loss in Schools

More than 80% of kids with hearing loss are educated in mainstream settings. For... Read More


The most important reasons for fitting hearing aids is to permit access to speech... Read More


It’s Not the Same Old Deafness

At the recent Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EDHI) meeting there was, as always,... Read More

Viral Conditions Associated with Hearing Loss

This Week’s Blog Post is contributed by Lisa Klop, AuD. Dr. Lisa Klop received... Read More

Supporting an Auditory Verbal Family

  Today’s blog is written by Stacey Lim, Au.D., Ph.D., CCC-A. Dr. Lim, a... Read More

When Kids Have Poor Speech Production

I recently consulted with a family which was concerned about the educational performance of... Read More

Educating Deaf Children in Vietnam

I have just returned from spending 3 weeks in Vietnam working with the Global... Read More