Home Hearing Help About
Roberta Singer and Jay Singer are experience audiologists in Rhode Island. We provide superior service at a lower cost for the hearing impaired.
The Concierge Model
Roberta and Jay Singer have used their unparalleled experience as audiologists to develop a unique service model to better meet the hearing needs of hearing impaired individuals. Standard approaches throughout the profession of audiology can fall short of bringing the fullest satisfaction to patients. Home Hearing Help is a concierge-based service designed to bring care directly to you in your home. This model lowers the cost of service to patients, improves convenience and allows expert input about successful communication in the most important place of all, your home. Home Hearing Help provides direct patient access to the highest level of advice by making available email and telephone communication whenever a patient wishes to discuss any important matter. We guide you through process and are there to follow through whenever you need us.
Roberta and Jay have more experience as audiologists than any other Rhode Islanders. Those experiences include all facets of the field, working with children and adults in a variety of settings, public and private. They have supplied cutting edge knowledge in a university providing service to hearing impaired patients and training students. Together they have trained more audiologists in Rhode Island than anyone else. You too can benefit from their expertise and skill.
Roberta served as the Rhode Island state audiologist and spent more than the last 15 years developing the audiology clinic at URI’s Speech and Hearing Center. During that time she became the “go to” person in the state for the highest caliber of service and problem solving skill. Many patients came to see her who could not find satisfaction elsewhere. In addition, Roberta provided consultative service to the medical community. Most recently she developed Home Hearing Help, a concierge service that brings the sum of her talents directly to you.
Jay is the only Ph.D trained audiologist in Rhode Island working in the field since 1972. He created the department of Communicative Disorders at the University of Rhode Island as well as the structure of their Speech and Hearing Center. He was the chairman of the department for approximately 30 years where he also taught courses and engaged in scholarly research. Jay also served the hearing impaired directly, working as a consultant in various hospitals and medical practices.