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047 Career100-Becoming an Audiologist- An Interview with Joan Sprick

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In today’s edition of The Career 100 Podcast, join Felicia Gopaul as she interviews guest Audiologist, Joan Sprick, who will be sharing insider information about this career and why she thinks it belongs to the Top 100 of the decade.

 

Joan Sprick, M.A.(Audiology), CCC-A., has been serving Orange County, California as an audiologist for 22 years.Joan_Sprick She graduated from the University of North Dakota with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Disorders and received her Masters of Arts degree in audiology from San Diego State University. She is credentialed by the American Speech and Language Association and holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence. She is also a California licensed Hearing Aid Dispenser. She believes every person deserves to understand their individual hearing health, as well as all the solutions that may be available to help their unique hearing needs. Joan values her family time and understands the importance of helping one hear better to communicate with their loved ones. Joan resides in Laguna Niguel with her husband and two children. Golf, skiing, travel and family occupy her time outside of work.

Listen to what is in store for you in this edition of the Career 100 Podcast. Gather valuable information and learn more about:

– Joan’s journey to becoming an Audiologist and her motivations for success – Problems and Issues that Audiologists address – Common Myths and Misconceptions of being an Audiologist – Joan’s Advice to students who want to pursue this field – Changes in the Audiology Industry – Why this career is considered as one of the Top 100 of the decade

Being able to appreciate the sounds of life and music is a major factor for living the good life. But health risks are considered as the price of progress. Today, hearing loss cases are rising in number, and getting younger in age- an unfortunate fact, but a fact nonetheless. This is where an Audiologist plays a vital role. While they cannot totally cure each and every hearing problem, they can surely do the job of improving one’s quality of life by addressing hearing problems and concerns. Want to learn more? Don’t miss this edition of the Career 100 Podcast.

If you want to know more about Joan Sprick, visit Sonus Websiteor send her an email at joan.sprick(at)socalsonus.com

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