Summer Sessions

We will be heading out to a few places this summer. Our first stop will be at Papa’s Foods on Friday June 16 from 10am to 2pm On Friday June 23 we will be in Selma at the Dallas County Public Health Department from 10 am to 2 pm On Friday July 7 we will be in Livingston at the Sumter County Public Health Department from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm On Friday July 14 we will be in Marion […]

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Hearing Screenings – yeah, we got that covered!

Over the past couple of weeks we have provided hearing screenings for our local and not-so-local communities.  On Friday April 28 we saw about 25 students, faculty and staff when we parked behind Gorgas Library and today, Friday May 12 we saw about 30 people at the Demopolis Health Fair.  Student volunteers, Allison Tejada, Chandler Seal, and Maggie Spiegel helped out with the screenings on campus and JoAnne Payne and Christy Albea (her first venture out on the truck – […]

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Home Town Girl Makes Good!

We always love going to Camden, AL and our trip on Friday did not disappoint.  In addition to providing lots of people with hearing evaluations, Beth Sims, one of our research assistants, was interviewed by the Camden Progressive Era.  Beth grew up in Camden and loves her town.  Everyone who came to see us on Friday knew her when she was a little girl…ah… Oh, and btw, Mark Zuckerberg was in Camden this past week too…one of his stops on […]

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Our First Trip to Livingston

On Friday January 20th we tested participants in the cute town of Livingston, AL.  Beth Sims (left) and Anna Claire Bailey (right) were a big help with the testing.  Our undergraduate students have been instrumental with the project and we couldn’t do what we do without them.  Oh, and on the way out of Livingston we stopped at the Taste of Home Bakery and got ourselves some very tasty treats!  

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Research Study Begins!

On Friday December 2 we will begin to collect data for our ongoing rural hearing health study.  See below for our advertisement and to learn how to participate. Adult volunteers (18 years or older) needed for a hearing study conducted by the Department of Communicative Disorders at the University of Alabama.  Testing will take place on Friday December 2 from 10:30 to 2:30 at the Wilcox County Public Health Department.  Testing will take approximately 45 minutes to complete.  A $5 […]

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