Cochlear implants are medical devices designed for use by both children and adults who do not get enough benefit from their hearing aids. Our cochlear implant clinic provides testing services to determine if a cochlear implant is a good option for you or your child. We provide follow-up mapping services for people of all ages, and our audiologists are experienced with all three manufacturers of cochlear implants, including Advanced Bionics, Cochlear, and MedEl.
Cochlear Implant services works collaboratively with Sound Beginnings, an onsite early education program for children from birth to six years old who are deaf or hard of hearing. In addition to the Cochlear Implant services, specialized services are provided in the Pediatric Audiology division and Hearing and Balance division. All USU audiology clinics are staffed by expert licensed and certified audiologists who train university graduate students.
- Cochlear implant candidacy evaluation
- Cochlear implant mapping
Our clinic accepts most insurance plans. A sliding fee scale according to the client’s income and the number of persons living in the household is available for services.
The following are licensed audiologists who provide direct services to clients and supervise Audiology students.