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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.

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“I’m always offered an opportunity to ask questions and those questions are always answered fully and professionally. This is a comfortable, open, professional environment with highly-trained audiologists.”
 

testimonialDonna M., Florence, MA patient

About Us

Ashley Logan, Au.D.
Audiologist

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 am excited to be a part of the Clarke Hearing Center team and look forward to providing patient-centered audiological care for children, adults and their families.  My husband and I plan to join the local rowing club.

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, Au.D.
Audiologist

I was born and raised in Towson, Maryland, a town just north of Baltimore. I completed my undergraduate work at University of Maryland, College Park, where I received a B.A. in Hearing and Speech Sciences. During my time at Maryland, I was fortunate to participate in research that examined the relationship between hearing loss and aging, serve as a teaching assistant, and complete clinical observations at our on-campus clinic. These experiences solidified my passion for audiology.
I completed my doctorate in my hometown at Towson University. During my first year of graduate school, I was awarded the Institute of Better of Hearing Fellowship. I had diverse clinical experiences in both medical and educational settings in the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. metropolitan area where I worked with adult and pediatric patients. My doctoral thesis was completed in conjunction with researchers at Johns Hopkins University and investigated hearing loss as an emerging public health issue.
 
I completed my 4th year externship at The Cochlear Implant Center at Greater Baltimore Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland, and ENT and Allergy Specialists in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. During my 4th year, I was awarded the CI2018 American Cochlear Implant Alliance Scholarship and attended an international conference in Washington, D.C., where I learned about the latest technological and clinical advances in the field of cochlear implants. 
 
I look forward to beginning my journey at Clarke Hearing Center and sharing my love of audiology with my patients. I am excited to relocate to Northampton and begin to explore all that the area has to offer.

 

 
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