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Dr. Angela Schenk – Audiologist Profile

Dr. Angela Schenk

Dr. Angela Schenk is originally from Greenwood, IN. but she has been a Florida resident for 12 years. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in communication disorders from Purdue University and received her Master of Science Degree in Audiology from The University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Dr. Schenk earned her Doctor of Audiology (AuD) degree from A.T. Still University. Dr. Schenk is a Florida licensed Audiologist, a member of the American Academy of Audiology, the Florida Academy of Audiology, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is Board Certified in Audiology with the American Board of Audiology.

She moved to Florida following graduate school in search of warmer climates. She is married with two children named Alex and Nick. Both of her sons wear hearing aids. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends and traveling.

Recent Posts by Dr. Angela Schenk

  • Gardner Audiology Mentors Future Hearing Doctors- Gardner Audiology is a multi-clinic audiology practice with locations throughout Florida. Over the past several years they have partnered with six universities to take on Audiology Doctoral students in their final year of study. These students are required to have a year of supervised clinical experience in the fourth year of their doctoral programs called... [Read More]
  • Dunnellon Audiologist travels to Tallahassee in support of The Hearing Care for Children Act- Last January, my children and I went to the capitol in Tallahassee seeking support for The Hearing Care for Children Act.  The Act would require private insurances in the state of Florida to cover hearing aids for children 0-21, similar to bills in 24 other states as well subsidized insurances in all states.   Unfortunately, the... [Read More]
  • Dunnellon doctor tips for best communication with a Hearing Aid User- 1. Do NOT talk from another room. Not being able to see the speaker drastically cuts down on the hearing impaired person’s ability to “understand” what is being said. Additionally, as volume decreases with distance, by the time the sound reaches the hearing impaired individual, it is likely that the sound is too soft for... [Read More]
  • Gardner Audiology Doctors screen hearing at 2018 Florida Healthy Athlete program in Orlando- This past weekend, I and one of our fourth-year Doctor of Audiology graduate students, Lauren Benoit, volunteered with Special Olympics Florida in Orlando, FLlorida.  Audiologists from around the state and many first- and second-year graduate students screened hearing for participating athletes as part of the Healthy Athlete program. The Healthy Athlete program started in 1997... [Read More]