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    (Original post by LilBlueBug)
    Sorry to butt in - I am the parent of a deaf child and was interested to see this. Are you not able to choose an option to work primarily with children if working with the elderly was a concern? My sons school has audiologists who work with the school in addition to a clinic which works exclusively with children for our area. Just a thought. Good luck xxx
    Yes I think you can work in paediatric in Audiology though I am not sure if you can work exclusively with children.
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    (Original post by LilBlueBug)
    Sorry to butt in - I am the parent of a deaf child and was interested to see this. Are you not able to choose an option to work primarily with children if working with the elderly was a concern? My sons school has audiologists who work with the school in addition to a clinic which works exclusively with children for our area. Just a thought. Good luck xxx
    I think you need to be a more qualified Audiologist (Audiological Scientist) usually to work with children, i.e. have an MSc. More info here: http://www.uhs.nhs.uk/WorkingHere/Ty...Audiology.aspx
 
 
 
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