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Audiology

Audiological Services

The NIA Hearing clinics have three purposes: the identification of hearing loss, the conservation of residual hearing, and the (re)habilitation of the hearing disability. In addition to evaluating children, the audiologists work with school personnel to recommend and maintain FM Auditory Training equipment for classroom use. They also play a vital role in making recommendations under the Child Hearning and Vision Act of 2000 (Section 675.140).

Each clinic is staffed by an Educational Audiologist who has a minimum of a Masters degree in Audiology and the proper license and certification in the state of Illinois. There is no charge to parents for the services, as they are supported by local school districts and well and Early Intervention and other funding sources when available.

The location of each of our Audiological clinics are listed below. Appointments may be made by calling the number below for each Clinic:

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Contact Information
 
Aurora Hearing Clinic  (map)

1480 Reckinger Road
Aurora, IL 60505
(630) 513-5012

 
St. Charles Hearing Clinic  (map)
2422 W Main Street Suite 3A
St. Charles, IL 60175
(630) 513-5012
 
Prairie Hill School Clinic   (map)
  14714 Willowbrook Road
South Beloit, IL 61080
(815) 229-2880
 
Rolling Green School Clinic  (map)
3615 Westgate Parkway
Rockford, IL 61108
(815) 229-2880
 
Sterling Hearing Clinic  (map)
2002 East Fifth Street
Sterling, IL 61081
(815) 625-7931