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Course created on November 7, 2022
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Dr. Robertson is a Sr Clinical Education Specialist for Rexton. Her responsibilities include training customers on software and products both face-to-face and via virtual sessions. She has seven years of experience working in ENT settings with children and adults, as well as two years of experience at St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf where she focused audiology care on children 0-3 years of age. She has acquired a comprehensive understanding of diagnostics, hearing aid technology, counseling and addressing the hearing needs of individuals. Danielle received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Arkansas State University in 2002 and a doctoral degree in Audiology from Missouri State University in 2007.
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