The Hear Here Alabama project was recently featured on the ASHA Voices Podcast with JD Gray. Take a listen! https://leader.pubs.asha.org/do/10.1044/2022-1117-podcast-mobile-audiology-otc/full/ […]
New Community Members of the Team
A big welcome to the newest members of the Hear Here Alabama team. We’re beginning to hire new members, both community health workers and audiologists. Recently, we made a trip […]
We’re still here and doing fine – pretty well, actually…
It’s been almost a year since our last post. As you are all aware, COVID-19 has had a significant impact on all of our lives, affecting our in-person interactions. Dottie […]
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American Auditory Society Meeting – We’re There!
Since the summer, we’ve been doing a number of needs assessment discussions with both adults who have hearing loss and community stakeholders in West Central and South Alabama. We’ve put […]
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Alabama Life Research Institute Faculty Fellows
Eight faculty members from the University of Alabama were named a fellows of the Alabama Life Research Institute and two professors from the Department of Communicative Disorders were honored with […]
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A Brand New Semester…A Brand New Group of Students
The beginning of the fall semester is full of hope. Hope for working together with new friends and colleagues. Hope for helping others with hearing loss in rural communities. And, […]
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We’ve Been Busy!
Over the past couple of months we’ve enrolled more research study participants who have helped us understand the association between hearing loss and social interaction in communities without access to […]
Doing Some Hearing Screenings in our Backyard
We hung out behind Gorgas Library on this beautiful day – chilly, but pretty – and saw some faculty, staff and students in our fabulous traveling clinic. […]
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Dallas County Public Health Department
Although we really weren’t that busy today in Selma, we accomplished a lot! Our new students, Millie Threadgill (center) and Grace Anne Lake (left) learned all about consenting study participants […]
Saying Goodbye to a Few Students
At the end of each year we always have to bid farewell to some of our wonderful students. It is through the dedication of these students that our project is […]