Helping You & Your Neighbors Hear Better in Northampton, MA
Our passion is helping smart people like you—people who are interested in staying connected and getting the most out of life—rediscover hearing. Our satisfaction comes from the joy our patients feel when they are hearing clearer, able to once again connect with friends, family, and the world around them.
We provide a full range of diagnostic and preventative hearing services, including hearing aid screening, evaluations, hearing aids, and rehabilitative and preventative counseling. You’ll be working with our highly trained staff to couple the latest in hearing aid technology with the best fit for your hearing needs.
Clarke Hearing Center has helped thousands of people in the Northampton area improve their hearing. Chances are we’ve helped your friends and neighbors, and we’re sure that we can help you, too.
Talk to the Experts
Call or text us today to cut through the confusion about hearing loss and hearing aids.
Donna M., Florence, MA patient
Ashley Logan, Au.D.
I was born and raised in Northeast Ohio and I am an optimistic Cleveland sports fan. From an early age, I knew I wanted to work in a multidisciplinary field as a healthcare professional. In high school, I found a passion for audiology through clinical observations at a local hospital and as a research and teaching assistant at Kent State University (KSU). I graduated summa cum laude from KSU with my B.S. in Speech Pathology and Audiology. I completed my Doctorate of Audiology at the Northeast Ohio Au.D. Consortium (NOAC) and received the 2017 Lagler Award for outstanding graduate student. I had clinical placements at the Independence Cleveland Clinic Family Health Center, Mercy Health, Stark County Educational Service Center, the Kent State University and University of Akron clinics and I was part of NOAC’s first audiology mission trip to Guatemala. I drove from Ohio to California to complete my 4th year audiology externship at the Providence Speech and Hearing Center. During my externship, I had three clinical rotations that included adult and pediatric hearing aid fittings and services, diagnostic testing and specialty testing (videonystagmography testing, auditory brainstem response testing, and cochlear implants).
I enjoy being part of the Clarke Hearing Center team and helping to provide patient-centered audiological care for children, adults and their families!
Christine Kelley, Au. D.
“My interest in audiology began with a childhood friendship with a girl who was deaf or hard of hearing. She inspired me to learn more about this ever-changing field. Today, my husband is an audiologist who has severe hearing loss. Sharing a life with people who are deaf or hard of hearing has provided me a view of the unique challenges that someone with hearing loss may encounter and the out-of-the-box solutions they may need.”
Dr. Christine Kelley volunteered at Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech in Northampton, MA while studying communication disorders at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. There, she found working with children to be extremely rewarding. The experience solidified her interest in helping individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Dr. Kelley obtained her audiology doctoral degree at Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO. After working at New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, she moved to Western Massachusetts in 2010 and began working at the Clarke Hearing Center at Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech. Six years later, Dr. Kelley began employment as an educational audiologist in Connecticut where she honed her expertise in this specialized area of audiology.
Dr. Kelley returned to the Clarke Hearing Center 2019 to work again with both adults and pediatric patients.