• providing FM system make and model recommendations that meet the student's needs and promote the efficient use of district funds

  • conducting routine electroacoustic analysis, programming and repairs of FM systems to maximize student benefit and protect districts from lawsuits due to improper fitting
  • sharing information regarding hearing loss and amplification with district staff to optimize instruction

  • providing ongoing consultation with educational teams to support compliance with ARD/504 requirements

  • facilitating prompt factory-level equipment repairs, reducing time without classroom amplification

  • performing state-of-the-art monitoring of hearing aid or cochlear implant performance to improve educational access

  • conferring with outside audiologists to match personal amplification devices with district-purchased FM systems

  • providing on-site hearing aid and earmold repairs, reducing absences due to audiology appointments

  • facilitating communication between the school staff, student's family, outside audiologist and physician to maximize educational opportunities and obtain Texas Education Agency (TEA)-required documents

  • interpreting Otologic (Part A) and Audiologic (Part B) evaluations for district staff in the context of the educational setting 

  • maintaining a database of FM systems to prevent loss of equipment and improve district efficiency