Why choose Connecticut Children’s Audiology

At Connecticut Children’s, our expert audiology team specializes in evaluating and managing hearing loss in children of all ages. We perform in-depth testing to diagnose a range of hearing loss and vestibular disorder and to measure the severity of the condition. Using the latest tools and technologies, our goal is to help children have as much access to sound as possible and to communicate confidently and effectively.

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Our Audiology Experts

Meet Our Team of Pediatric Audiology Specialists

Connecticut Children’s pediatric audiology specialists evaluate, diagnose, treat, and manage hearing loss and balance disorders in children of all ages. 

Providing Additional Hearing Testing

If your newborn’s hearing screening in the hospital showed they need more testing, our team provides additional testing of both ears to make certain your baby does not have hearing loss. 

Our Fellowship and Residency Programs

Connecticut Children’s offers several placements for audiologists enrolled in college and university doctoral programs.

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Exterior of 505 Farmington Avenue

Connecticut Children's Specialty Care and Surgery Center – Farmington

505 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT06032
United States

Exterior view of Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford

Connecticut Children’s Medical Center – Hartford

282 Washington Street
Hartford, CT06106
United States

Exterior view of 310 Western Boulevard in Glastonbury

Connecticut Children’s Specialty Care Center – Glastonbury

310 Western Boulevard
Glastonbury, CT06033
United States

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Resources for Patients & Families

To help your child prepare for his/her visit, we have created special picture stories that can teach your child what to expect. Our hearing tests can be done at Connecticut Children’s locations in Hartford, Farmington, or Glastonbury. There are two types of hearing tests that our audiologists may try with your child. They are the “play hearing test” or the “regular hearing test.”

  • Play hearing test: This test is for young children (about age 4 and under) or older children who might have difficulty learning to raise their hand when they hear a sound.”
  • Regular hearing test: Your child will be asked to raise his/her hand in response to a sound. If your child has difficulty doing this, the audiologist may switch to the play hearing test.

For an overview of what to expect, select your hearing test type and appointment location below, or feel free to call our office.




For additional tips on how to use our picture stories, please review our picture story instructions.