Suzanne M. Foley, M.S., CCC-A has over 18 years of experience in many aspects of clinical audiology. She received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. Clinical services include comprehensive hearing testing, hearing aid and assistive listening devices fittings and repairs for children and adults and vestibular testing. She is one of the few audiologists in the state of Indiana who specializes in the evaluation and treatment of auditory processing disorders in children and adults. In addition to her work at the Balance Institute of Indiana, she is a part time clinician at the VA Medical Center in Indianapolis. She is a part time faculty member in the doctoral audiology programs at Ball State University and A.T. Still University. Suzanne has previously served on the Board of the Central Indiana First Steps Council and as President of HEAR Indiana (statewide organization for hearing impaired children and their families). She has provided numerous conference presentations for local, state and national organizations on hearing loss and auditory processing disorders. She lives in Fishers, Indaina with her husband Shane and three children, Kyle, Sophie and Nicholas.