Career Description

What does an Audiologist do?

An Audiologist measures hearing ability, identifies hearing disorders, provides rehabilitative services, designs hearing instruments, tests equipment, prepares future professionals in colleges and universities, and serve as consultants to government and industry on issues concerning environmental, noise-induced hearing loss.

What does a Speech-Language Pathologist do?                                                                 speech_path1

Help those who stutter to increase their fluency; help people who have had strokes or experienced brain trauma to regain lost language and speech; engage in research to enhance knowledge about human communication disorders;  prepare future professionals in colleges and universities; counsel individuals and families to understand and deal with speech and language disorders.