The Pediatric Audiology blog covers all issues related to managing hearing loss and other auditory disorders in children, including diagnosis, technology, auditory development, language and literacy, intervention, counseling, and support for kids and families. Suggestions for discussion topics are welcome. Comment Policy
Jane Madell, Editor
Kids and Hearing
Jane Madell has a consulting practice in pediatric audiology. She is a audiologist, speech-language pathologist, and LSLS auditory verbal therapist, with degrees from Emerson College (BA) and University of Wisconsin (MA, PhD). Her 45+ years experience ranges from Deaf Nursery programs to positions at the League for the Hard of Hearing (Director), Long Island College Hospital, Downstate Medical Center, Beth Israel Medical Center/New York Eye and Ear Infirmary as director of the Hearing and Learning Center and Cochlear Implant Center. Teaching: She has taught at the University of Tennessee, Columbia University, Downstate Medical School, and Albert Einstein Medical School, published 7 books, and written numerous books chapters and journal articles, and is a well known international lecturer.
Jane’s clinical and research interests cover the gamut of evaluation and treatment for infants and children with hearing loss and auditory processing disorders. She has published 5 books, and numerous book chapters and journal articles.
Jane’s non-audiology interests include yoga, quilting, folk music and grand children – three absolutely adorable girls.
Books by Jane Madell
Pediatric Audiology: Diagnosis, Treatment and Management, Second Edition.
Pediatric Audiology Casebook.