Dr. Kelli Watts provides clinical teaching and supervision for doctor of audiology student clinicians during practicum experiences at the AU Speech and Hearing Clinic. Her interests include hearing aid dispensing, balance assessment, and tinnitus assessment. She teaches graduate courses, which cover pediatric audiology, electrophysiological testing, and balance assessment. She has made several presentations at local, and national professional meetings.
As an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Communication Disorders, Dr. Marsha Kluesing focuses on the clinical practicum supervision of students in the Doctor of Audiology program. She had experience as a clinical audiologist in an otoneurology practice and as a dispensing audiologist. She holds the Certificate of Clinical Competency in audiology from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.
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The Auburn University Speech and Hearing Clinic, an outreach service of the College of Liberal Arts, was established in 1947 and has served the surrounding community for over 60 years. The clinic provides a full range of diagnostic evaluation and treatment services for clients of all ages, from infants to the elderly.
We offer walk-in hours as listed below:
Monday 10 am - 11 am
Tuesday 1 pm - 230 pm
Thursday 1 pm - 230 pm
Hearing care services
- Audiology testing and evaluations
- Balance assessment
- Hearing aid evaluation
- Hearing aid sales, dispensing and fitting
- Hearing aid repairs and accessories
- Auditory rehabilitation
- Musician earplugs
|Monday||8 am - 5 pm|
|Tuesday||8 am - 5 pm|
|Wednesday||8 am - 5 pm|
|Thursday||8 am - 5 pm|
|Friday||8 am - 5 pm|
Accepted forms of payment
- Insurance accepted, please call for details