Meet Calista & Emmaline Donham In April, we honor our Autistic friends, and this month we want to celebrate a very special Columbus Speech & Hearing (CSH) family, Calista “Coco” and Emmaline Donham. Emmaline and Coco are two girls who look alike but have completely different personalities. Emmaline is a take-charge leader who loves animals….
There’s a correct way to hold my mouth? Answer: YES!
1. Lips lightly closed together
2. Tongue tip on alveolar ridge
3. The rest of your tongue suctioned lightly along the roof
In this month’s employee spotlight, we highlight Darrin Bean. Darrin has been with Columbus Speech & Hearing for 22 years!
Concerned About Cost? We Can Help We know that hearing loss treatment and hearing devices can be a significant investment, which is why Columbus Speech & Hearing offers a hearing aid donor program for those who have fixed or limited incomes. Who Qualifies? Our donor program was designed for patients who may not qualify for…
Dr. Carter joined Columbus Speech & Hearing in 2022. She earned her Doctorate of Audiology and Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. Dr. Carter specializes in cochlear implants, electrophysiology, and data analysis and reporting. She is currently an adjunct faculty with Mount Vernon Nazarene University.
Brooke joined Columbus Speech & Hearing in 2022. She earned her Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology and Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences & Disorders with a minor in Family Studies from Central Michigan University. Brooke’s professional interests are incorporating literacy into speech therapy sessions to promote phonemic awareness and further develop reading skills. In…