The pediatric audiology clinic offers hearing services for newborns and individuals up to age 21. Approximately 2-3 out of every 1000 children have hearing loss when they are born, and more than double this number will develop hearing loss by the time they enter school. Our clinic provides early identification and intervention services for hearing loss, both of which are important for language development and academic success.
The Pediatric Audiology Clinic works collaboratively with Sound Beginnings, an onsite early education program for children ages birth to six years who are deaf or hard of hearing. In addition to the Pediatric Audiology services, specialized services are provided in the Hearing and Balance division and Cochlear Implant division. All USU audiology clinics are staffed by expert licensed and certified audiologists who train university graduate students.
- Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) testing for newborn and infant diagnostics
- Hearing testing
- Visual Reinforcement Audiometry (VRA)
- Conditioned Play Audiometry (CPA)
- Standard Audiometry
- Hearing Screening
- Hearing aid fitting, programming, and repairs
- Bone conduction device fitting and programming (both non-surgical and osseointegrated)
- Hearing accessories
- Assistive hearing technology (FM systems and remote microphones)
- (Central) Auditory processing Integrated Assessments including complex ABR (cABR)
- Educational Outreach
- Electrophysiology (Cortical Potentials)
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. A payment plan can be arranged with the billing specialist for hearing aids.
The following are licensed audiologists who provide direct services to clients and supervise Audiology students.
Doctor of Audiology & Master in Speech-Language Pathology
Program Re-accreditation Review