Have enjoyed over thirty years in the field of communication sciences and and disorders, working as a certified professional in the fields of educational, clinical, research, and rehabilitative audiology. My specialty area of interest and enjoyment is in the field of adult aural rehabilitative audiology through hearing instrument fittings, and I have a proven track record of success in this career track for the past fifteen years.
Licensed Audiologist, State of South Dakota. License number 009.
Licensed Audiologist, State of Minnesota. License number 3264.
Performed clinical and rehabilitative audiology in a seven physician ENT (ear, nose, & throat) setting. Diagnostics performed on all ages and populations. Work with a four-audiologist team to manage and provide services to clinics in the eastern South Dakota region.
Clinical Audiologist and minority partner in a private practice setting, providing adult clinical and rehabilitative care in four different clinics in the northeastern South Dakota region. Primary clinical activity was through the fitting and servicing of hearing instrument fittings.
Clinical audiologist providing adult clinical and rehabilitative audiology to seven clinics in the northeast, north central South Dakota, and northern Minnesota regions. Was clinical trainer overseeing education and development of six hearing instrument dispensers employed by Hearing Health Clinics.
Owner and Clinical Provider of Adult and Pediatric clinical and rehabilitative audiology services throughout Northeast and North Central South Dakota, including industrial audiology, central auditory processing examinations, and hearing instrument fittings.
Clinical audiologist providing clinical and rehabilitative care to both adult and pediatric populations. Full scope of clinical audiology, auditory evoked potentials, otoacoustic emissions, hearing instrument fittings, nerve conduction velocity (NCV) studies.
Served as an instructor and clinical supervisor in an undergraduate Communication Disorders program. Taught classes in introductory level audiology, aural rehabilitation, hearing disorders, audiology clinical practicum supervision, and student supervision.
Provided classroom instruction in audiology in an undergraduate Communication Disorders program. Supervised clinical practicum and training of students. Clinical services were provided to all ages and populations in the northeast and north central region of South Dakota.
Served as coordinator of elementary hearing screening program for Fargo Public, West Fargo Public, and Rural Cass County Schools. Provided clinical screening and diagnostic services for the elementary schools in those districts. Served as liason for appropriate referrals to other providers within the district and region.
Internship as a research fellow in the area of auditory electrophysiology and central auditory processing evaluation and treatment the months of May to September of 1989.
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