Amanda recently earned her Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree from University of Massachusetts Amherst. She completed her fourth year clinical placement here at New England Hearing Care and graduated to become an audiologist in May 2018.
She is excited to continue working with the same patients and looks forward to serving new patients on the north shore with her top priority always being patient care. During her graduate career, she completed a research project on The Impact of Audibility on Competing Speech Perception in Older Adults. She also inspired awareness in the field of audiology as a teaching assistant for the class Introduction to Audiology.
Amanda’s interests include treatment of hearing loss with the latest amplification technology, Bluetooth and iPhone hearing aid compatibility, educating people on hearing loss and the effects of hearing loss on cognitive decline. She loves Plum Island and Cranes beach, reading a good book, watching the Pats with her Dad and running!