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quoteWelcome to the VCU Department of Audiology

1 to 4 of every 1000 babies born in the U.S. has some form of hearing loss. Hearing is critical to speech and language development, communication, learning, and social development.

The VCU Audiology department provides comprehensive hearing services to patients of all ages, including hearing testing, hearing aid dispensing and cochlear implant services. Please learn about all the services we offer.

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Watch Dylan's reaction
as he
hears clearly
for the first time
at VCU Audiology

— Priceless

CAMP T.A.L.K. Kids Camp was a GREAT SUCCESS !

Camp T.A.L.K.We look forward to next year — Please see our Facebook page for photos and more information about our department

Camp T.A.L.K., a partnership between VCU Medical Center's Audiology Department & VCU Early Childhood Special Education Program, is a week long (T-F) summer camp for pediatric VCU Health Systems audiological patients and families.

Latest Department News:

Join us for an afternoon of FUN at Maymont Children's Farm — Learn more
FREE Adult Listening Support Group Available! Learn more (PDF)
** Externships NOW AVAILABLE
NOW OFFERING: Auditory Therapy
The Department of Audiology is Auditory Therapy by a certified SLP, LSLS/Cert AVT at the Nelson Clinic location.

Please call Wanda at
828-0431 for more details.

The Department is also doing cochlear implant programming at the Medical Office Building at Stony Point.
Please call Wanda at
828-0431 for more details
Learn how your unused hearing aids or implants can help a child hear!


Pump up the Volume:

A Centreville couple receives cochlear implants at the VCU Medical Center
PAPERSomething magical happened the morning after Joe Duarteā€™s second cochlear implant was activated. As Joe drove back to the Virginia Commonwealth University Cochlear Implant Center for a follow-up appointment, he decided to check out the quality of his new stereophonic listening ability.

>> Richmond Times Dispatch article about how they got their implants

Links to Hearing News:

From the American Academy of Audiology

From Audiology Online

From the National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management

The ASHA Podcast




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last updated: November 7, 2017