At Austin Hearing Aid Center (AHAC), we know how important hearing is to your life, your loved ones, your work success, your safety, and your ability to stay connected. We specialize in helping people find the most appropriate hearing aids necessary for the degree of hearing loss.
William A. (Bill) Rudolph MA, FAAA is the owner and clinical audiologist at Austin Hearing Aid Center. Mr. Rudolph holds a master's degree in communication disorders from the University of Texas at Austin. Mr. Rudolph has obtained the certificate of clinical competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), is a member of the Texas Academy of Audiology (TAA), and is a lifetime member of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA).
"At our clinic, we believe that the key to a very effective hearing aid rehabilitation program lies with providing the most advanced digital hearing aid technology available, together with ongoing follow-up care and support with a special emphasis on listening to how the patient feels about the level of improvement and progress that has been made."
Sheila Steele is the Office Manager at the Austin Hearing Aid Center. She is the voice when you call and the person who greets you when you arrive – in addition to keeping things running smoothly! Sheila has a passion for music and film and is an avid supporter of local music in Austin. She has a background in Film/TV and is the Producer of Austin Music TV.
Angela Wooten MS is a clinical audiologist at the Austin Hearing Aid Center. She has obtained the certificate of clinical competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and is a member of the Texas Academy of Audiology (TAA). Angela is a long-time Austin musician and a Board Member with the Austin Friends of Traditional Music.
"I am happy to be able to join Austin Hearing Aid Center on a part-time basis, following a 40-year career as an audiologist in both clinical settings and as a private practice business owner at Lakeview Hearing Center in Marble Falls. I retired in 2018 and I find I miss many aspects of my career as an audiologist. I look forward to the opportunity to work together with you in finding the best hearing solutions for your individual lifestyle. Every person is unique and there is no one approach that works for all. My private practice model was very people-centered and that made it rewarding for me. I have found a great fit for that approach with Austin Hearing Aid Center.
I have known Bill Rudolph for many years and we both truly care about our clients and their communication needs. He has kindly welcomed me into his practice and I know we will all work well together. Although I will be working part-time, we all work as a team to meet your needs as they arise."
The Austin Hearing Aid Center is local, convenient, and cares about you. The AHAC team is available for a no-obligation consultation, free hearing screening, and discussion about the latest in digital hearing aid technology. Since hearing aids need to be adjusted to meet an individual's needs, free follow-up care and a 45-day trial are included to assure patient satisfaction.
Schedule an appointment and let us help find the right hearing aids for you!
Or you can give our office a call 512-444-8684 or send us a fax: (512) 444-8697