Pediatric audiology clinic

Also known as: Pediatric auditory brainstem response, Hearing aids, pediatric
Pediatric audiology encompasses assessing the hearing of newborns, infants, toddlers and school-age children.

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The audiology program at  Providence Neurodevelopmental Center for Children offers a full range of services for children of all ages. Our audiologists are specially trained to identify hearing problems in children at all developmental levels. Many different types of hearing tests can be used to check your child’s hearing, including Auditory Brain Response or ABR testing (with or without sedation).  We have hearing tests for newborns, infants, toddlers and older children.

Our pediatric Audiologists are experienced in fitting hard of hearing and deaf children with hearing aids at all ages, from infancy through teenagers. We use the most current technology available to give your hard of hearing child the chance to experience the sounds they need to hear for communication and development. We are able to fit your child with new hearing aids or we can work with the technology he or she may already be using.

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Auditory Processing Evaluations at PNCC

Audiologists at the Providence Neurodevelopmental Center for Children audiology clinic assess a child's ability to process sound through a series of tests.  To schedule an appointment for an evaluation, your child’s speech pathologist, physician or school psychologist should call us to make a referral. 

PNCC Referral Guide for Providers

This reference guide clarifies information needed by PNCC to schedule patients using a paper/fax or electronic referral process.