Amy Birath, AuD
Lecturer in Audiology and Communication Sciences
- Pediatric Audiologist, The Moog Center for Deaf Education
- BA (Communication): Berry College (1998)
- MEd (Speech-Language Pathology): Georgia State University (2001)
- AuD (Doctor of Audiology): University of Memphis (2007)
- ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) and Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP)
Audiologic (re)habilitation with children who have hearing loss, specifically those with cochlear implants, and therapeutic intervention for speech and language disorders in children who have hearing loss
Birath, A.L. (2015). The Moog Center for Deaf Education Teacher Assessment of Speech Production (TASP). St. Louis, MO: The Moog Center.
Madell, J., Birath, A.L., & Mehringer, B. (2012) FAQ 22: Is auditory-verbal therapy and education suitable for children with central auditory processing disorders? in W. Estabrooks (Ed.), 101FAQs About Auditory-Verbal Practice. Washington, DC: AGBell.
Birath, A.L. (2011) Hearing Aids: Case 43. In J. R. Madell & C. Flexer (Eds.), Pediatric Audiology Casebook (159-162). New York: Thieme Medical Publisher.
Davidson, L.S., Skinner, M.W., Holstad, B.A., Fears, B.T., Richter, M.K., Matusofsky, M.B., Birath, A.L., Kettel, J.L., & Scollie, S. (2009).The effect of instantaneous input dynamic range setting on the speech perception of children with the nucleus 24 implant. Ear and Hearing, 30(3), 340-349.
PACS 444: Amplification Systems and Aural Rehabilitation for Children