Audiology ClinicThe audiology clinic equipped with state of the art instrumentation appropriate for the identification and management of hearing and balance disorders. As a training institution, the clinic is committed to providing services using the latest evidence-based protocols and equipment. All audiologists on staff hold Texas licensure and certification from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA).
The Audiology Clinic provides the following services:
- Hearing screenings for newborns through adults
- Industrial hearing evaluations
- Diagnostic hearing testing of newborns
- Comprehensive pediatric and adult hearing evaluations
- Central Auditory Processing evaluations
- Hearing aid evaluations
- Hearing aids and repairs
- Assistive listening devices
- Hearing protective devices
- Cochlear implant evaluations
- Cochlear implant services (activations, mapping and rehabilitative services)
- Balance function evaluations
- Evoked otoacoustic emissions (OAE)
- Auditory brainstem response (ABR) testing
LUBBOCK CLEFT PALATE CLINIC
The Lubbock Cleft Palate Clinic has been serving families of the South Plains, and beyond, for over 30 years. The clinic consists of a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who donate their time to assist individuals with cleft lip-palate and craniofacial anomalies. The team meets on a monthly basis for consultations and staffings. The goals of the Lubbock Cleft Palate Team are:
- To provide children of the South Plains with an interdisciplinary team dedicated to caring for children with cleft lip, cleft palate, and other craniofacial anomalies.
- To ensure that our patients are cared for by a team of professionals who have interest and expertise in craniofacial anomalies, and who continue to use the latest research and technology in their practice.
- To ensure that all children needing services are treated.
- To provide families with the necessary skills to be able to participate in the child’s treatment plan.
Listen Up Club and Camp Listen to Learn are designed to help school-aged children, with auditory processing disorders or hearing loss, to develop self advocacy, implement compensatory strategies, and improve auditory processing skills. Small groups are used to facilitate learning, brainstorming, and social interaction. In addition, the child will participate in structured groups or individual sessions to address concerns unique to the child. (ages 6-12).