A Pediatric Audiologist earns an average salary of $67,411 per year.

$51,473 - $130,195
MEDIAN: $67,410

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$51,473 - $130,195  
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$51,956 - $112,760  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 28 Oct 2016 | Individuals Reporting: 11

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Job Description for Pediatric Audiologist

Pediatric audiologists assess, diagnose and treat hearing disorders in children. They conduct evaluations and diagnostic examinations to assess hearing or related problems, communicating results and treatment options with the children's parents or guardians and the children themselves (when possible). They must then determine an appropriate course of treatment, which they administer; this may include fitting and furnishing hearing aids. As treatment progresses, the pediatric audiologist must evaluate progress and make changes to the treatment plan as needed. They also need to keep accurate, up-to-date patient records and provide children and their families with information on communication methods such as American Sign Language (ASL). Pediatric audiologists may also perform a research function, investigating the causes behind hearing disorders and methods of treatment.


Pediatric Audiologist Tasks

  • Evaluate hearing and speech/language disorders to determine diagnoses and courses of treatment.
  • Plan, conduct and monitor treatment programs, recommend assistive devices according to the childs' nature of impairment.
  • Document the initial evaluation, treatment, progress and discharge of child.
  • Counsel and instruct children and their families in techniques to improve hearing or speech impairment, including sign language or lip-reading.
  • Administer hearing or speech and language evaluations, tests and examinations to babies and children.

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Common Health Benefits

medical benefits
Medical: 75%
dental benefits
Dental: 38%
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Vision: 38%
dental benefits
None: 25%