Scott Frink, AUD. – Hearing Loss & Its Impact on Aviation

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December 7, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Scot Frink grew up in the feld of audiology, his father having started Salem Audiology Clinic in 1981, one of the frst private practice audiology clinics in the United States. Scot obtained his degree in audiology in 2004, but had been involved hearing aid repair since 1990 and dispensing hearing aids since 1995. He previously worked as regional trainer for Phonak Hearing systems from 1999 – 2001 in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and Alaska, before returning to private practice in 2002. He has presented numerous seminars on technology and practice development for state associations in his region, and currently owns his own practice in Salem, Oregon. He is a contributing editor for Your Health magazine, a local periodical. He is passionate about assisting the hearing impaired, serving on the Oregon State Hearing Aid Licensing Board since 2002, with a strong focus on consumer rights. When not at Salem Audiology Clinic, he spends time with his family at home. Yes, his children all have red hair.C. Scot Frink, AuD