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Assesses and treats hearing problems.

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Job Description

Diagnoses hearing disorders and provides therapy for clients/patients. Evaluates assigned patients and determines causal factors for hearing impairments. Develops individualized treatment programs for patients diagnosed as needing aural rehabilitation. Selects and fits suitable hearing aid(s) for patients when indicated. Organizes and conducts hearing screening programs, including industrial hearing screenings as requested. Performs electroacoustic measurements of hearing aids and noise-level measurements as requested. Develops and maintains long- and short-term treatment objectives for each client/patient. A master's degree in audiology is required.

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Bachelor Degree – 3 - 5 Years