Sue Clampitt received her master’s degree in audiology from Towson State University in May of 1990. She received her bachelor’s degree from Loyola University of Baltimore, where she had extensive speech therapy and audiologic habilitation hours. Her clinical experience includes many ENT clinics, private practices, and a VA hospital that was the model program for the VA system. Sue is a member of ASHA with a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A). She has worked with the Hear Now organization. Sue’s specialty is counseling both with hearing impairment and family issues.
“I have a passion to help others hear better and improve their lives through technology and counseling. I believe audiology is part science and part art. With 25 years of experience, both science and art are combined seamlessly.”
NJ Hearing Aid Lic. #25MG00113900, NJ Audiology Lic. #41YA00072900