Helen Wilson joined the staff of Hearing Center of Bucks County in 2004. Helen has been a hearing aid user most of her life. Born a CODA (child of deaf adults), she is fluent in American Sign Language and Signed English.
Helen attended the College of New Jersey, studying Education of the Hearing Impaired and was also employed at the Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf in West Trenton, New Jersey. Helen also worked as an interpreter and troubleshooter for hearing aid and FM equipment in the Hamilton Township (NJ) public school system.
Since joining our staff, Helen has completed her certification as an Audiology Assistant through the Nova Southeastern University of Florida’s online training program. She is also a PA-registered Hearing Aid Fitter and NJ licensed Hearing Aid Dispenser.
Helen should be contacted for questions regarding:
- Hearing instrument technology
- Assistive technology (phone amplifiers, TV amplifiers, etc)
- Alerting devices (alarm clocks and smoke detectors for the hearing-impaired person, phone flashers, doorbell/ door knock alerting devices, bed shakers, etc)
- Sign language
- Loaner hearing aids
- Hearing aid repairs
- Hearing aid services at assisted living communities