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Welcome to Hear Now Audiology & Tinnitus Services.

I am honored that you have found me and that you have chosen to learn more about hearing wellness and how I may be able to help you.

I am originally from Madison Heights and a lifelong resident of Southeast Michigan.  When I began my college career, I changed my mind several times then spent one summer following a terrific local neurootologist.  He introduced me to audiology and I was hooked!

I graduated with my Bachelor of Arts degree (Magna Cum Laude) in Communication Disorders and Sciences from Wayne State University in Detroit.  I then received a graduate scholarship and obtained my Master of Science degree in Audiology, also from Wayne State University, in 1994.

Since then, I have worked in a variety of settings including ENT, private practices, and hospitals.  I have received numerous awards including several ACE (Award for Continuing Education) awards and being listed in The Hearing Review as ‘BEST OF HEARING HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS’.   In 2011, I was voted a regional winner in Rayovac’s annual Hearing Professional of the Year (HPOY) award and in 2012, I was chosen as the national HPOY!

I believe in spending extra time with my patients, getting to know their lifestyle and needs so I can help them on their journey to better hearing.  The rewards I get in helping someone hear better have made my career a privilege and a joy, not a job. I attend numerous local, regional and national trainings to ensure that I am up-to-date on the most current trends in the hearing healthcare field.  My primary areas of interest are hearing aid technology, aural rehabilitation and tinnitus management.

I currently live in Capac with my husband, Charlie.  I have 3 daughters and 2 darling granddaughters, Molly and Lucy.  Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my family, working in my vegetable garden, reading, and target shooting.
Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have.
Yours in Better Hearing,

Angie Lederman, MS, CCC-A

Audiologist