Doctor of Audiology Jacque Georgeson is the Director of the Audiology Clinic. She earned her Au.D. from the University of Florida, her M.A. from the University of Memphis and her B.S. from Northern Arizona University. She is Board Certified in Audiology and is a member of both the American Academy of Audiology
and the California Academy of Audiology.
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About this clinic
SDSU Audiology Clinic achieves excellence in service by committing to the following:
* We provide first-rate hearing services to the public.
* We provide quality training to Audiology Doctoral Students.
* We pride ourselves on being integral to the audiology educational experience, student retention, and life-long learning.
Administered by the school, the Clinic is designed as an educational, service, and research facility. Diagnostic, habilitative, and rehabilitative services are provided to individuals who have deficits in communicative function due to limitations of speech, language, and/or hearing. These individuals represent all ages from the infant/toddler period throughout late adulthood. Graduate students in speech-language pathology and audiology receive their on-campus clinical education in the clinical facility serving individuals with speech, language and/or hearing problems under close supervision by faculty who are nationally certified and/or board certified and state-licensed speech-language pathologists or audiologists.
Some of the types of assessment and intervention programs provided at the San Diego State University Audiology Clinic include: augmentative communication, articulation and phonological disorders, specific language impairment, aphasia, dysphagia, apraxia of speech and other motor speech disorders, traumatic brain injury, cognitive-communicative disorders, language-based learning disabilities, cleft palate, voice and resonance disorders, fluency disorders, hearing loss and deafness. Programs specific to the audiologic area include hearing assessment, hearing aid evaluation and selection, assistive listening devices, earmolds, ear protectors, hearing conversation, and speech reading/aural rehabilitation.
Consultation, supervised field internships, a variety of scholarly research projects, continuing education workshops, grand rounds, and other service activities are also available through the Clinic.
Services provided in our clinics are in accordance with values shared by the faculty and the student clinicians providing services. Services are provided without regard to race, gender, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or handicapping condition.
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|Monday||9:00 am - 4:00 am|
|Tuesday||9:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Wednesday||9:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Thursday||9:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Friday||9:00 am - 3:30 pm|
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