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 all of our data together and created this poster for the American Auditory Society Meeting in Scottsdale, AZ.  This meeting happens every year at this […]

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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 this distinction, Dr. Angie Barber and Dr. Marcia Hay-McCutcheon, for their work in rural Alabama. Dr. Barber does research with children who have Autism Spectrum […]

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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 hearing health care.  A few weeks ago we had a great trip to Livingston and saw lots of people there.  We were so busy that […]

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Every time we land in Camden, AL we have a great day.  Today was no exception.  The people of that small but vibrant little town always come out to get their hearing tested or screened.  And, today we also met Chad Kent, one of the Public Health Area Administrators for Wilcox County.  Thanks, Chad, for […]

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