The Hearing Review’s Best of 2012 Table of Contents with links to all the profiles.
That Lori Trentacoste, AuD, grew up wanting to be an audiologist isn’t so surprising. As a young girl, her mother would pick her up after school and take her to Island Better Hearing, a hearing aid dispensary and optical office founded by her father.
The journey from hearing loss to eventual treatment is an odyssey that is often intensely personal. Robin M. Solomon, AuD, FAAA, CCC-A, has seen the process countless times, but she has never been tempted to use a cookie-cutter approach.
The daughter of a hearing instrument specialist, Melissa K. Rodriguez has been involved in hearing healthcare and assisting people with hearing problems since she was 8 years old.
Cheryl L. Morehouse, BC-HIS, has readily embraced the newest hearing advances, all while maintaining an old-school devotion to patients.
Tears of joy are not unusual at Hearing Health Center. They are a testament to the transformative power of improved hearing, and it’s a phenomenon that has kept Ronna Fisher, AuD, FAAA, coming back to the office for almost three decades.
Success in the nursing home niche requires a certain sensitivity that John L. Ferrante, MHA-HIS, has meticulously cultivated for the past 25 years.
S. Grant Williams, HAS, owner of Niceville Hearing Center in Niceville, Fla, knows all about hearing loss challenges and obstacles—and overcoming them.