Dr. Mapes has practiced in settings such as hospitals, private practices, nursing homes, schools, neurology practices, and hearing aid manufacturers, specializing in pediatric and adult hearing impairment and auditory processing disorders. She also practiced at Temple University Children’s Medical Center as the coordinator of their newborn hearing screening program. Dr. Mapes has worked along side neurologists and ENT physicians to assess patients with imbalance problems and vertigo.
Dr. Mapes is a licensed audiologist and hearing aid specialist in both PA and NJ. She concentrates on both adult and pediatric clients. She has a specialty in auditory processing and aural rehabilitation, and runs the Evesham Township office.
She has more than 35 years experience in Audiology including routine Audiologic evaluations and hearing aid work. Kathy has conducted programs in aural rehabilitation for patients recently fit with Hearing Aids. Much of Kathy’s experience has been obtained in medical settings including administering ABR’s, ENG’s and OAE’s and she has a strong background working in area school systems with Child Study Teams.
Ms. Young is a licensed audiologist and hearing aid dispenser in NJ. She concentrates upon the geriatric clients and focuses upon nursing homes and assistive living facilities.
Dr. Atkins has also had clinical rotations working with ENT physicians and private practices evaluating and treating all populations. Her main interests include the diagnosis and management of hearing disorders and auditory processing testing. She is currently licensed in Pennsylvania and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Association.
Dr. Atkins is a licensed audiologist in PA and a licensed hearing aid dispenser in PA and NJ. She concentrates upon adult and pediatric patients.
Dr. McNabb has also had rotations in vestibular and balance labs, ENT offices, schools, cochlear implant centers, and children’s hospitals. His main interests include pediatric diagnostics and intervention, central auditory processing disorders, and educational audiology. He is currently licensed in both Pennsylvania and NJ. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language- Hearing Association.
Dr. McNabb is a licensed audiologist in both PA and NJ. He is also a hearing aid dispenser in both states. He concentrates upon pediatric clients. He has a speciality in auditory processing evaluations.
Dr. Gabbin has also completed clinical rotations in university hospitals, private audiology practices, and ENT facilities. His main interests include diagnostic hearing evaluations, Bluetooth connectivity accessories, and community outreach. Dr. Gabbin’s passion for audiology stems from his own personal history of hearing loss and hearing aid use at an early age. He seeks to use his story to help improve the quality of life for each patient that he sees.
Dr. Gabbin is licensed in the state of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is a Fellow in the American Academy of Audiology, and licensed to dispense hearing aids in the state of Pennsylvania. Dr. Gabbin concentrates on adult and geriatric populations, with a specialty in diagnostic hearing evaluations and Bluetooth connectivity accessories.