Jon Douglas, Au.D., CCC-A

Clinical Associate Professor, Audiologist

jon.douglas@wisc.edu

374 Goodnight Hall
1975 Willow Drive
Madison, WI 53706

Jon Douglas, Au.D., CCC-A

Education

B.A., University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
M.S., University of Wisconsin–Madison
Au.D., University of Wisconsin–Madison

Courses Taught

CS&D 832: Pediatric Audiology
CS&D 846: The Human Balance System Lab
CS&D 891: Clinical Practicum
CS&D 892: Clinical Practicum

Background and Expertise

Dr. Douglas has a split appointment between the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders and the Waisman Center. At the Waisman Center, Jon provides family centered care for children with different abilities, including cerebral palsy, autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, neuromotor differences, and other developmental disabilities. He provides audiological services for the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic, Neuromotor Clinic, Newborn Follow-up Clinic, and Genetics Clinic, as well as providing consulting services at Central Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally Disabled—a residential program for children and adults with significant developmental delays and medical conditions. At Goodnight Hall, Jon provides tinnitus management, diagnostic hearing evaluations & hearing aid services for adults and he participates in Head Start Audiology Screening for Dane County.

Highlighted Activities

Member, Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association

Member, American Speech-Language Hearing Association

Discipline training coordinator for audiology in the Maternal Child Health-Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (MCH LEND) at the Waisman Center.

Awarded the LEND Pediatric Audiology Training Grant at the Waisman Center to expand and augment pediatric audiology training for students at UW-Madison.

Developed the Out of Hospital Clinic to provide newborn hearing screening follow-up, diagnostic Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) testing, hearing aid fittings, and resources for families in underserved areas of Wisconsin, including the Amish and Mennonite communities.