Kayla has a passion for improving communication between patients and their loved ones. She holds a Doctorate of Audiology as well as a Bachelor of Audiology/Speech Pathology with a concentration in Psychology from Bloomsburg University. She also holds a Certification of Clinical Competence through the American Speech Language and Hearing Association. Kayla strives to make every patient feel heard and comfortable, whether it be a mother finding out her newborn baby has a hearing loss or a husband and wife struggling to communicate due to hearing complaints. It is no secret that the idea of being diagnosed with a hearing loss and getting hearing aids can intimidate some patients, but Kayla works to make the process easy and positive for all.