Dr. Diedre Schloyer, owner of Schloyer Educational Audiology Associates, has over 25 years of experience as an Educational and Diagnostic Audiologist for children and adults.
Dr. Schloyer received her Doctorate in Audiology from University of Florida in 2004, Master of Arts in Communicative Disorders with an emphasis in Audiology from San Diego State University in 1997, and Bachelor of Arts in Communicative Disorders with Distinction from San Diego State in 1990. Dr. Schloyer received her license in Audiology from the State of California and Clinical Certificate of Competence in Audiology from the American Speech and Hearing Association in 1997.
Dr. Schloyer has also been a guest lecturer and clinical supervisor at San Diego State University. The prestigious San Diego Council of Administrators of Special Education (SANDCASE) Award, which recognizes outstanding individuals whose accomplishments have improved the field of special education, was awarded to Dr. Schloyer in 2017. She is also a member of the American Academy of Audiology, the American Speech Language Association, and Educational Audiology Association.
In 2007, Dr. Schloyer founded Schloyer Educational Audiology Associates (SEAA) which provides comprehensive hearing and auditory processing assessment and remediation in order to improve auditory access to academic instruction. The professionals of SEAA have over 35 years combined experience working in educational settings.
Services for students with hearing loss include: hearing acuity assessments, evaluation of effectivness of classroom and personal amplification systems, provision of and support for amplification device use and ongoing collaboration with school-based professionals.
Schloyer Educational Audiology Associates provides comprehensive auditory processing disorder assessments for students with normal peripheral hearing but impaired listening based learning disabilities. Auditory processing assessments result in deficit specific, educationally appropriate treatment recommendations, included research based listening therapies.
In her free time, Dr. Schloyer enjoys embarking on adventures with her son and their Pomeranians, reading and watching football.