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This page was updated on: June 10, 2024 .  Original posting: September 13, 2021 . 
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Boston Children’s Hospital is accepting applications for 2 AuD Externs in Boston, MA.

Contact: Charlotte Mullen, AuD, CCC-A, CH-AP at charlotte.mullen@childrens.harvard.edu if interested.

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333 Longwood Ave
Boston, MA 02115

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Waymouth, Lexington, Peabody, and North Dartmouth, Mass.

(781) 216-2216

https://childrenshospital.org/programs/audiology-program/education-training

Anticipated start date 6-2-25” “End Date 5-15-26”

This is designated as Full Time. If a stipend is provided, it is reported to be $ 12,000 annually.

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  • Externs are provided with supervision by a range of experienced pediatric audiologists. All staff hold either the ASHA CCC-A or ABA Board Certification in Audiology in addition to the Massachutettes state licensure in audiology. Many staff hold the ABA Pediatric Specialty Certificate, Cochlear Implant Specialty Certificate or both. Most staff members have completed the Certificate Holder-Audiology Preceptor (CH-AP) training program. Supervision from an audiologist with the CCC-A is not guaranteed.

This site is reported to have 41 audiologists, 33 are CCC-A and 35 with CH-AP.

The site is reportedly serving these populations:
Developmental Disabilities ,School Aged ,Pediatric

Expect these experiences: Bone Anchored Hearing Devices ,Cochlear Implant EvalMapping ,Newborn Hearing Screening ,Hearing Aid Eval Dispensing ,Auditory Evoked Potentials ,Diagnostic Evaluation ,Educational Audiology ,Assistive Technologies ,Onsite Continuing Education ,Research Opportunities .

Experiences expected here include:

The Audiology experiences include: Bone Anchored Hearing Devices, Cochlear Implant Eval Mapping, Newborn Hearing Screening, Hearing Aid Eval Dispensing, Auditory Evoked Potentials, Diagnostic Evaluation, Educational Audiology, Assistive Technologies, Onsite Continuing Education, Research Opportunities.

The externship program is affiliated with the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) Program in Boston. The LEND Program offers interdisciplinary training for students from many fields. Externs attend the program on Fridays from September to May. Course work focuses upon interdisciplinary evaluations, Life Course perspective and public health, cultural competence, family centered care, and the medical home.

The Inter professional and collaborative practice experiences include:
Family Members, Nurse, Psychologist, Speech-Language Pathologist.

Other experiences vary, but could be:

Demographics of populations served:

Religion, Sexual Orientation, Exceptionality, Gender Identity, Socioeconomic Status, National Origin, Culture, Race, Ethnicity

English, English Language Learner, Primary English Dialect, Secondary English Dialect, Bilingual, Gender Identity, Polyglot, Sign Language ASL or SEE, Cognitive Physical Ability

Students and Peers

  • The overall number of students at this site is 3.
  • The number of externs at this site is expected to be: 2.

Extras

Externs are provided with …

Populations Served = P, S, DEV

Experiences = D, AEP, HA, CI


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