Katelyn P. Monaghan, AuD, CCC-A, FAAA
Katelyn P. Monaghan, AuD, CCC-A, FAAA Professional Goals: To provide the highest quality care and counseling to both the individuals with auditory disorders and their families by continuing to learn ways to develop my knowledge and skills of communication needs through education and professional development. To train the future of audiology to best practice standards, compassion for human life and communication. Education: The Dartmouth Institute Certificate in Health Care Delivery-Completed June 2014 Arizona School of Health Sciences Distance AuD program Doctor of Audiology- Graduated 2/12 University of Massachusetts at Amherst: School of Public Health Department of Communication Disorders –Audiology Masters of Arts: Audiology- Graduated- 5/2006 University of Massachusetts at Amherst: School of Public Health Department of Communication Disorders Degree- Bachelors of Science - Graduated 5/2004, Cum Laude Experience: January 2015-current Nov 2007- January 2015 Sept 2007-Nov 2007 Director of Audiology Services/ Assistant Clinical Professor at Northeastern University, Boston, MA. Manage daily operations of a dispensing clinic of 4 audiologists, 1 office manager, and 10-30 Graduate Student clinicians. Pending DPH approval for Diagnostic Follow up Center for Newborn Hearing Screening, pending application for Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission for dispensing amplification to individuals in need in the workforce. Supervise 6-10 first and second year students weekly prior to off campus placements. Design and teach 3-4 courses per year. Employment is full time. Audiologist at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH. Care of inpatient and outpatient children with various hearing disorders. Hearing evaluation, hearing aid evaluation, fitting, and assessment. Evaluation and selection of hearing assistive technology. Consultation to educational staff and specialists that work with children with communicative disorders and special needs. Employment was full time Audiologist at the Veteran’s Affairs Hospital in Leeds, Massachusetts. In and outpatient care of disabled veterans for hearing healthcare. Participation in hearing evaluation, hearing aid evaluation, assistive technology evaluation and cerumen management. Employment was full time per-diem Jan 2007-May 2007 Adjunct faculty at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA. Taught a lecture twice a week to a class of 80 on the topic of Introduction to Communication Disorders. Responsibilities included that of a full instructor; prepping lectures, exams, study materials, working with students with special needs, and grading. August 2006-Sept 2007 Clinical Fellow in Audiology: Franciscan Hospital for Children, Boston, MA, Beverly School for the Deaf, Beverly, MA, North Shore Medical Center, Salem, MA. Training in pediatric placements in hard to test populations, and some Educational Audiology support. Volunteer Experience Clinical Director of Healthy Hearing for Special Olympics Massachusetts March 2008-June 2012 o plan and carry out screenings and coordinate staff for Winter/Summer Games Hearing Screening at Special Olympics World Games, Boise Idaho, March 2009 (3 days of screening and training) Professional Associations and Conferences: American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) Elected to Audiology Advisory Committee, served 2008- 2014 American Academy of Audiology (AAA) Continuing Education: Ongoing for certification in the areas of Pediatric Audiology Presentations: Introduction to Audiology- Technology Conference at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center April 2009. Introduction to Pediatric Audiological Testing- presented to new ENT residents and physicians. Effects of Hearing Loss on Education: Endicott College teacher preparation program. Fall/Spring Semesters 2006-2008.