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The only practice on Cape Cod with Two Full-Time Doctors of Audiology

Dr. Leanne O’Neil Fletcher and Dr. Tiffany Pfleger are both licensed and certified audiologists who received their Master’s degrees from Northeastern University in Boston. Dr. Fletcher received her doctoral degree (Au.D.) from Salus University in Pennsylvania in 2010. Dr. Pfleger earned her doctoral degree in audiology from A.T. Still University in Arizona in 2011. Jill Bourgeois is a licensed hearing instrument specialist.  She obtained her International Hearing Society Certification in 2011.  Dr. Fletcher and Dr. Pfleger have practiced in the Cape Cod area since 1994.  Through the expertise of all three practitioners, Advanced Audiology Associates is able to provide all aspects of hearing aid dispensing and diagnostic testing to their patients.

Audiological and Hearing Aid Services

  • Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations
  • Immittance Testing
  • Hearing Aid Consultations & Dispensing
  • Hearing Aid Repair & Servicing
  • Hearing Aid Batteries & Accessories

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TAU researchers discover that a genetic form of deafness is due to absence of thyroid hormone.
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National Math Competition for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students – 3.6 days ago

RIT has hosted popular contest for middle school students for eight years.
Middle school students can participate in Rochester Institute of Technology’s eighth annual Math…

AAO-HNSF Clinical Practice Guideline: Tinnitus – 5.6 days ago

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A Rutgers researcher focuses infants on noticing the sounds that are most important.
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GW Physician Addresses Stigma against Patients and Providers with Disabilities – 1.4 weeks ago

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WASHINGTON (Oct. 7, 2014)...

Universities Should Follow RIT's Role in Preparing Disabled Students for Work – 1.7 weeks ago

NOD kicks off National Disability Employment Awareness Month at RIT Career Fair.           
Rochester Institute of…

Infant Cooing, Babbling Linked to Hearing Ability, MU Researcher Finds – 1.9 weeks ago

MU study reinforces the importance of early hearing interventions.
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Infants’ vocalizations throughout the first year follow a set of predictable…

How Learning to Talk is in the Genes – Mon, Nov 3rd 2014

Researchers have found evidence that genetic factors may contribute to the development of language during infancy.
Scientists from the Medical Research Council (MRC) Integrative…

Viral Infection in Nose Can Trigger Bacterial Infection in the Ear – Sat, Nov 1st 2014

Middle ear infection (acute otitis media) is very common in young children. Now, a new study from the US suggests one of the triggers can be a viral infection in the nose.
The…

ASHA to Stress Early Detection of Communication Disorders at AAP Meeting – Thu, Oct 30th 2014

Message Comes on Heels of Pediatrics Study Indicating a 63% Increase in Speech Problems and 16% Rise in Hearing Problems in U.S. Children Since 2001-2002. “Wait and…