Clinical Assistant Professor and Audiology Service Coordinator for the Loyola Clinical Centers
Doctor of Audiology; A.T. Still University, Arizona School of Health Sciences
Areas of Specialization
Areas of interest include Auditory Processing Evaluation and Treatment, Interprofessional Team Evaluation and Intervention, Amplification and Aural Rehabilitation, American Sign Language, Identification of School Age Children with Hearing Deficits
About Kathleen Ward
In my position as Audiology Coordinator for the LCC I work closely with area Head Start Programs, Preschools, Schools, and Senior Centers to provide outreach hearing services to the community. The LCC can transport equipment for hearing screenings, hearing aid education, and aural rehabilitation support to schools and centers around both the Belvedere Square Clinic and the Columbia Graduate Center.
I am currently one of two National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) club moderators for Loyola University. We have membership for both our undergraduate students and our graduate school students.
Achievements (past 5 years)
Article: Pitts, D. L. and Ward K. A. (2010), Do You Think Hearing Loss in Aging is Normal? Think Again!, ASHA, Perspectives May 2010.
Presentation: Maryland Academy of Audiology (MAA), October 2013Auditory Processing Evaluation and Intervention Update, Maryland Academy of Audiology, October 2013