Carly Caughlan, AuD, FAAA, C-ABA
Department or Service
- Specialty Care
Audiologist - Clinical Specialist
Texas Children's Specialty Care Bellaire
|University of Florida||AuD||Doctorate of Audiology||2007|
|Rush University||masters||Master of Science||2002|
|St. Louis University||bachelors||Bachelor of Science||2000|
As a former VA audiologist, and current pediatric audiologist, I have been fortunate to provide audiologic care to those from birth to 100+ years old. In the pediatric population, specifically, it is so rewarding to work closely with the child’s support group, including parents, grandparents, foster parents, extended family, teachers, educational audiologists, and more, as well as collaborating with other care providers in the medical field! Whether ruling out hearing loss due to speech/language concerns, or diagnosing and managing various degrees of hearing loss, each patient is unique, and should be treated as such. It is an honor and privilege to work in this profession with this distinct population.
Diagnosis and management of hearing related disorders
|American Academy of Audiology||Fellow|
|American Board of Audiology||Certified Member|
Oleksiak, M., Smith, B., St.Andre, J., Caughlan C., & Steiner, M. Audiological issues and hearing loss among veterans with mild traumatic brain injury. Journal of Rehabilitative Research and Development 49 (7), 995-1004.