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077 – Angela Alexander, AuD – The Journey to Presenting at TEDx about Auditory Processing Disorder

This week on the Future Ear Radio podcast, I’m joined by the fabulous Angela Alexander, Audiologist and Owner of Auditory Processing Network and APDSupport.com. For those who are unfamiliar with Angela, she’s a total badass and rockstar in Audiology industry who is constantly pushing the boundaries of the profession and helping to expand the scope…

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076 – Andy Bellavia – A New Era in Hearing Loss Solutions

This week on the Future Ear Radio Podcast, I’m joined by my right-hand man, Mr. Andy Bellavia, to discuss the always evolving hearables and hearing health landscape. Our conversation explores a wide variety of topics, including: The Presidential Executive Order issued last week that urged the FDA to accelerate the drafting of its over-the-counter hearing…

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075 – Brian Taylor, AuD – The Upside of Hearing Solution Optionality

This week on The Future Ear Radio podcast, I’m joined by Brian Taylor, AuD – Director of Clinical Content Development at Signia. Today’s conversation continues the discussion had on the podcast recently on episodes 74 (Kim Cavitt & Geoff Cooling), 72 (Abram Bailey and Steve Taddei), and episode 69 (Kat Penno and Andy Bellavia). The…

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About Dave Kemp

Dave Kemp is the Business Development Manager for Oaktree Products, a leading provider of clinical supplies to the hearing care industry. Dave became fascinated with voice technology in 2016 as he realized that it was becoming more feasible to access smart assistants through Bluetooth hearing aids that were just beginning to come to market. In 2017, Dave launched his blog FuturEar.co where he authors a daily update on all things hearables, hearing aids, and voice technology.