Amanda A. Fadden, Au.D., received an undergraduate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders, as well as a minor in Deafness and Hearing Studies from Pennsylvania State University. Following her desire to help others hear better, she continued her education at Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania where she received a doctoral degree in Audiology. Dr. Fadden’s education and residency have allowed her to gain clinical experience in a wide range of clinical areas including newborn hearing screenings, hearing evaluations and hearing aid fittings for children and adults, central auditory processing disorder evaluations and evaluation and treatment of adult vestibular disorders.
Presently, Dr. Fadden’s scope of practice includes diagnostic audiology, hearing aid selection and fitting, and aural rehabilitation for patients of all ages. She is dedicated to staying up to date with the newest technology so that she can present her patients the best and most current hearing aid options available. Dr. Fadden is recognized as a Board Certified Audiologist in the state of Florida and holds certification from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). Dr. Fadden enjoys community involvement, and is often engaged locally as a volunteer for various organizations and projects.