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We know that you are working hard to stay safe and healthy, take care of your families, meet the needs of the individuals you serve, and find creative ways to connect from a distance. ASHA members’ and volunteers’ safety is our top priority, and we’re here to help you during this uncertain time. Check for the latest updates and resources, including on telepractice.

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Who Are Audiologists, and What Do They Do?

Audiologists are experts who can help to prevent, diagnose, and treat hearing and balance disorders for people of all ages.

Audiologists provide professional and personalized services to improve persons' involvement in important activities in their lives and better their quality of life. Audiologists' services can help with managing issues effecting hearing and balance, including:

Hearing Loss – Evaluate and treat hearing, balance, and tinnitus disorders.

Hearing Aids/Assistive Technology – Select and custom-fit hearing aids and assistive technology.

Dizziness and Balance – Evaluate and treat balance problems.

Hearing Screening and Testing – Screen individuals to identify possible hearing disorders. Testing will confirm if a hearing loss is present and determine the kind and degree of loss.

Noise and Hearing Loss Prevention – Explain how to protect hearing from the effects of noise.

Tinnitus – Advise people about how to treat and cope with ringing in the ears.

Where can I find an audiologist?

  • Private practices
  • Physicians' offices
  • Hospitals
  • Schools
  • Colleges and universities
  • Rehabilitation centers, long-term and residential health care facilities

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