Audiologists perform individual diagnostic hearing evaluations on students using a
variety of test measures including otoscopy, pure tones, speech perception,
validation of hearing devices, play audiometry, immittance measurements, and
Interpret the impact of hearing loss on education, learning, and classroom performance.
Make appropriate referrals and disseminate information regarding available resources for amplification.
Recommend ear-level equipment based on educational needs.
Select and fit appropriate digital modulation (DM) systems (both sound field and ear-level equipment).
Troubleshoot all DM equipment in the department and in the classroom.