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Educational Audiology
Classrooms are auditory-verbal environments where listening is the primary modality for learning. Hearing loss has grave implications for the educational progress and success of individual students and for the educational system. Educational audiologists are the professionals uniquely qualified to ensure that all students have adequate access to auditory information in educational settings. The roles and responsibilities of the educational audiologist may vary from one educational setting to another, but always extend beyond diagnostics. Educational audiologists connect diagnostic audiological information to the day-to-day impact of hearing impairment and provide a foundational support for the other team members and the student. Unique to educational audiology are skills such as analyzing instructional listening dynamics, recommending modifications for the school environment and educating school personnel and parents to make instruction accessible to students with hearing loss for their academic and social success.
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Andrew Compliment, Au.D
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522 Glenwood Avenue
New Boston, OH 45662
Phone 740-354-7761
Fax 740-354-6778
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