Audiological Evaluations

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    Taxonomy Code: LR-8000.0500-030

    Programs that establish the nature and extent of an individual's hearing loss in order to devise an appropriate treatment plan. Evaluations may include pure tone and speech audiometry which measure hearing in terms of reception of calibrated test tones or spoken words which are presented at controlled levels of intensity; impedence tests which measure the integrity of the middle ear system and rule out conductive pathology; and auditory brain stem tests which utilize equipment similar to an EKG to measure neurological activity in response to auditory stimuli.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    AUDIOLOGICAL EVALUATIONS AND CONSULTATION SERVICESProvides a full complement of audiological evaluation and consultation services that is available to support the education of students with hearing loss, either in-district or in an Eastern Suffolk BOCES setting. In addition to full audiological evaluations, follow-up, parent and staff training, Eastern Suffolk BOCES offers a full spectrum of services to support the use of Frequency Modulation (FM) auditory trainers, including needs assessment evaluations, selection and ordering, equipment adjustments, summer maintenance, ear molds, training workshops, and review of district equipment. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkAUDIOLOGICAL EVALUATIONS AND CONSULTATION SERVICESEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    AUDIOLOGY/HEARING SERVICESProvide hearing services for all ages from newborns to the elderly. Services include infant hearing screening, complete hearing assessments for all pediatric populations(infants to school age), auditory processing evaluations for school age children, dizziness and hearing evaluations for older children and adults. Cochlear Implant Team services Nassau and Suffolk County and provides evaluation, surgery, programming and aural rehabilitation.SuffolkAUDIOLOGY/HEARING SERVICESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    AUDIOLOGY/OTOLOGY SERVICESOffers testing, assessment, evaluation, recommendations and medical referrals. Dispenses hearing aids. Provides audiological management counseling, hearing aid orientation. Maintains tinnitus center. Serves adults, children and infants.AUDIOLOGY/OTOLOGY SERVICESCENTER FOR HEARING AND COMMUNICATION
    DIVISION OF SPEECH AND HEARINGProvides inpatients and outpatients with staff licensed audiologists and speech language pathologists. Provides diagnosis, treatment and counseling services to those having difficulty hearing, loss of speech ability, undergone a laryngectomy, stuttering difficulty, unclear speech, ringing in the ears, ear infections, and/or bouts of dizziness.NassauDIVISION OF SPEECH AND HEARINGNASSAU UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
    EVALUATION SERVICES FOR STUDENTSOffers a wide variety of specialists who are available to provide evaluations. Resulting reports help the districts determine the most appropriate educational program, related services, or educational strategies for the students. Upon request, test results are reviewed with parents and presented to the CSE. The following evaluations are available: Speech/Language, Psychological, Vision, Hearing, Psychiatric, Neuropsychological; Augmentative/Alternative Communication, Assistive Technology, Mobility, ESL, language psychological evaluations and educational assessments (Spanish), Autism spectrum disorder diagnostic, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Autism Specialty Report. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEVALUATION SERVICES FOR STUDENTSEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    HEARING AND SPEECH CENTERProvides full range of diagnostic and therapeutic services for all types of hearing and speech disorders. Serves all ages, infants through geriatric patients, and offers both in-patient and out-patient care. Features hearing-aid dispensary, Tinnitus Retraining Therapy program, voice laboratory, and newborn hearing screening program. Approved by early intervention and physically handicapped children's program for diagnosis/treatment of speech and hearing disorders. Offers various support groups for parents, cochlear implant patients, laryngectomy patients, and the hearing impaired. Call for current schedules.NassauHEARING AND SPEECH CENTERLONG ISLAND JEWISH MEDICAL CENTER
    HEARING AND SPEECH CENTEREvaluates and serves adults and children with hearing, speech, language or swallowing impairments. Offers a full range of audiological and speech pathology and testing which include brain stem evoked response, central auditory test batteries, electomystagmography(for vertigo), hearing aid evaluations and hearing aid analysis, and site of lesion testing. State approved diagnostic and treatment center. Participates in the New York State Health Department's physically handicapped Children's Program. Also serves as a training center for gradual speech pathology and audiology students from affiliated universities.SuffolkHEARING AND SPEECH CENTERST. CHARLES HOSPITAL
    HEARING SERVICESOffers hearing services for students attending local district programs who have hearing disorders or central auditory processing disorders and include the following: Audiological Evaluations (are provided for students with hearing impairment. Evaluations include pure tone audiometry and tympanometry. The following can be included in the evaluation for an additional fee: aided testing with hearing aids, hearing test with student wearing hearing aids; aided testing with FM unit, and hearing test with student wearing FM unit.); FM Evaluations (include an initial FM evaluation that provides a hearing test to determine the appropriate FM unit for the student. Calibration of the FM unit is included in this service. ); Earmolds (FM Amplification are provided for students who require FM amplification and are made by audiologists who individualize this equipment to meet the student's needs.); Central Auditory Processing Evaluation (provided for students, who are seven years and older, with normal hearing and intelligence who have an impaired ability to attend, discriminate, recognize or comprehend auditory information.The Central Auditory Processing Evaluation includes: a peripheral audiological evaluation; tests of speech recognition in quiet and noise; testing to assess central auditory processing disorders, including but not limited to dichotic listening tests, distorted speech, speech in noise, and temporal ordering tasks; and an evaluation report.); FM Amplification Trial (designed to assist district personnel in determining if low gain amplification could benefit students who have been diagnosed with: mild hearing loss; fluctuating middle ear hearing loss; learning disabilities involving auditory deficits; and sensorineural hearing loss. To determine if a student can benefit from such amplification, trial use of equipment is available. This includes provision of equipment for one month; in-service workshops for staff on proper use of equipment; classroom management techniques; and pre- and post-data using standardized checklists of auditory behaviors.); FM Equipment Services (provide for the rental of FM equipment for one month when it is necessary for a district to provide short term use of this equipment and in-service workshops are not needed. If FM equipment is not working properly, the unit can be brought to the BOCES Audiological Center at the Rosemary Kennedy Center – Room 1301G. A computerized evaluation of the unit will be provided and simple repairs, when possible, can be made.) and Consultant Services (include in-service consultation provided to assist district staff in meeting the needs of students with either hearing impairment or central auditory processing disorders.) Call for more detailed information.NassauHEARING SERVICESNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
    HY WEINBERG CENTER FOR COMMUNICATION DISORDERSIs a not-for-profit, full-service speech and hearing center. We provide speech, language, and hearing evaluations and therapy to individuals and groups of all ages and all types of communication disorders. Undergraduate and graduate students provide these services under the supervision of NYS licensed and nationally certified Speech-Language Pathologists. Most services are provided free of charge with a nominal administrative fee per semester. Speech/Language services at the HY Weinberg Center include: Comprehensive Speech/Language; Evaluations; Individual and Group Therapy and Parent/Family Education. Hearing services include: Complete Audiological Evaluations; Hearing Aid Evaluations; Fitting and Dispensing of Hearing Aids; Immittance Testing; Central Auditory Testing; Auditory Brainstem Response Testing (ABR); Otoacoustic Emissions Testing and Aural Rehabilitation. Group programs include: TOTalk; KIDTalk; PreRead; Social Communication Groups; Accent Modification/English Conversation Group; Adult Communication Group and Transgender Voice Group. The Hy Weinberg Center for Communication Disorders is committed to a policy of equal access to services. Call for detailed information regarding each service offered. NassauHY WEINBERG CENTER FOR COMMUNICATION DISORDERSADELPHI UNIVERSITY
    J.M. LADGE SPEECH AND HEARING CENTEROffers a diagnostic and therapeutic center specializing in screenings, diagnostics and treatment prevention of communication and related disorders in infants, children and adults. The J.M. Ladge Speech and Hearing Center at LIU Post has the dual mission of assisting those with communication and related disorders by offering a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic services for infants, children and adults (individually or in groups) and training graduate students in communication sciences and disorders. All services are provided by supervisors with years of experience and graduate clinicians, both working together to provide quality care that family members can observe. We offer state-of-the-art care for discounted fees and at flexible times. Call or e-mail to schedule an appointment or contact us for a free consultation.NassauJ.M. LADGE SPEECH AND HEARING CENTERLIU POST
    OUTPATIENT REHABILITATIONEmploys multidisciplinary approach to provide comprehensive outpatient rehabilitative services. Offers a mixture of therapeutic services including occupational/physical therapy, speech therapy, and balance/vestibular therapy. Provides patient/family education. Call for further information.SuffolkOUTPATIENT REHABILITATIONSOUTHSIDE HOSPITAL
    PARKER ADULT DAY HEALTH CAREOffers two (day and evening) five hour a day programs of individualized medical and nursing care. Provides social work services, therapeutic recreation, rehabilitation, nutrition counseling, dental services, podiatry services, medication counseling, audiology screening, socialization, hot lunch and transportation. Serves frail elderly and disabled who are unable to function independently in the community, physically or mentally impaired, socially isolated or who needs assistance with personal care.NassauPARKER ADULT DAY HEALTH CAREPARKER JEWISH INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH CARE AND REHABILITATION
    REHABILITATION CENTERProvides inpatient and outpatient rehabilitative care, including amputation, brain injury/trauma, multitrauma, orthopedic, pediatric, spinal cord injury, and stroke rehabilitation.SuffolkREHABILITATION CENTERST. CHARLES HOSPITAL
    SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING CLINICOffers diagnostic and treatment services to children and adults for a variety of communication disorders. All clinical services are supervised by professional speech-language pathologists and audiologists who hold certification by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. Speech-language pathology services include: Comprehensive evaluations of communication including speech, language and literacy; Language therapy: spoken and written language; Articulation therapy; Voice therapy; Treatment of stuttering; Treatment of myofunctional disorders, swallowing and related functions; Treatment of cognitive-communication disorders and Consultation regarding Augmentative/Alternate Communication. In addition communication enhancement services are offered to: Improve English-language proficiency and Modify accent. Audiology services include: Audiological evaluations and screenings; Hearing aid evaluations, including fitting and dispensing; Central auditory processing evaluations and Aural rehabilitation services. Additional specialty clinics include: "Speaking of Toddlers" which is a language stimulation group for preschoolers. Through developmentally appropriate play, sensory-based activities, and snack/craft/story time, children develop vocabulary and social communication skills. Language facilitation strategies, peer to peer interactions in small group settings, and parent training are used to achieve each child's individual language/communication goals. The Aphasia Program is also offered. Aphasia is an acquired communication disorder that impairs a person's ability to process language. Individual treatment, designed to assist in the recovery of speech, language, reading, writing and functional communication, is provided at the clinic. Group therapy is employed to support individual treatment, and to provide opportunities for social participation. The program also includes a group for caregivers of people with aphasia. Some community-based projects include: Language stimulation groups at the Saltzman Community Services Center's Diane Lindner-Goldberg Child Care Institute (CCI) and Language-literacy support program at an area elementary school. Call for more detailed information.NassauSPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER

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