Christine E. Wilson has been a licensed audiologist since 1999 and holds a B.S. in Business Administration, an M.S. in Communication Disorders and Sciences (Audiology) and a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. She is a member of the American Academy of Audiology and the owner of Conejo Hearing Center.
With temperatures rising and the humidity currently feeling like Miami in August, it is likely that moisture may become an enemy to your hearing devices. The best way to protect them is with the Dri-Aid Hearing Aid Dehumidifier. This simple system helps to maintain the life of your hearing devices. Dri-Aid comes in 2 sizes – large for $20 and small for $15 and is available at our office. Just place your hearing aids overnight in the little jar and the moisture-absorbing pellets will do the rest.
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“I realized audiology was my place to be,” she said, after interaction with her father’s speech therapist prompted her to enroll in the communications degree program at the local community college. “I finished my masters degree about 17 years ago and haven’t looked back.”Today she uses her former business experience as owner of Conejo Hearing Center in Westlake Village, CA, while positively affecting quality of life as a hearing healthcare professional.
“So much of the day is working with people and getting them through the process of accepting their impairment and doing something that will change their lives. I feel like they’re my family,” she says of her patients. “It makes me want to come to work every day.”Read full article here.