By Kate Collet-Fenson|2018-07-19T13:42:36+01:00July 19th, 2018|Categories: Aston Hearing, Clinical Ear Care, Invest in Hearing, Taking Hearing Seriously|Tags: achieve, APD, awareness, caregivers, children, children's hearing, decline, Defeating Deafness, family, friends, future, glue ear, Hearing Aids, hearing tactics, ignored, interventions, less reliant, Mark Haggard, outcomes, policy, practice, professor, school, study, under performing|0 Comments
About the Author: Kate Collet-Fenson
Originally Kate had no intention of joining her mother’s business; it was only when her husband, Duncan, started to work for the company that she became more personally involved. Once this interest was ignited she worked hard to help grow Aston Hearing Services and is responsible for managing the office on a day-to-day basis. She became a qualified Hearing Aid Audiologist in 2002. Kate has become very involved in the development of the network of Independent Hearing Professionals (IHP). IHP is a larger network of hearing professionals whose aim is to promote hearing health awareness to the general public.