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B. Judy Oremland, AuD, CCC-A

Adjunct Faculty, Speech Language Pathology


  • Bachelor of Arts, Hofstra University
  • Master of Arts, Hofstra University
  • Doctor of Audiology, A. T. Still University


  • American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA), Certificate of Clinical Competence/Audiology (CCC-A)
  • License, State Department of Health, Division of Medical Quality Assurance
  • Teacher Certification, State of Florida Department of Education (Rank 2)

Professional Membership:

  • ASHA
  • Florida Speech, Language and Hearing Association (FLASHA)

Professional Activities/Awards:

  • Executive Board of FLASHA: Vice President for Professional Practice in Audiology (2013-2019)
  • Guest Presenter/Lecturer- FLASHA- Medical Errors; Reading Audiograms for SLPs; AG Bell- Impact of Minimal, Mild and/or Unilateral HL in Children; NSU 2nd year doctoral students- Educational Audiology.
  • Broward County Recognition Program Award
  • Florida Department of Education Rule Revision eligibility criteria for DHH services in the public school system in the State of Florida- participant

Work Experience:

  • Educational Audiologist (retired) August 2021) from Broward County School District
  • Adjunct Professor, NSU in the Masters and Undergraduate Programs (2004-Present)
  • Preceptor, 3rd Year NSU Doctoral Audiology students (2004-2020)
  • Private Practice working with the geriatric, adult, and pediatric population (1982-84)

Dr. Oremland’s area of expertise is pediatrics in the educational realm, Early Childhood and Intervention, Pre-Kindergarten through secondary education. Until she retired (2021), she worked in Broward County Public Schools, Ft. Lauderdale, FL with students who are deaf or hard of hearing, their teachers, families, and school staff. This included identification, amplification, and staff and student support. Prior to her position in the school system, she was in private practice. She also worked in several ENT/medical practices as an Independent Contractor to further hone her professional skills.

As an adjunct professor at NSU, she teaches audiology to undergraduate students in the Speech-Language Pathology Department. She enjoys teaching her students about the importance of understanding hearing in relation to communication and how it closely relates to speech and language proficiency.

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