Amanda Pratt

Amanda grew up in Utah and obtained her undergraduate degree at Utah State University followed by her Doctorate of Audiology at Arizona State University.

Her interest in working with technology and people introduced her to the world of hearing care. Amanda acknowledges that audiology is constantly evolving, and as someone who has always enjoyed doing research, she is thrilled to contribute to the field.

At the House of Hearing, Amanda’s day-to-day responsibilities include recommending and programming hearing aids to each individual’s prescription as well as teaching patients how to take charge of their hearing health and advocate for themselves.

Her favorite part of her job is having the opportunity to empower her patients with access to sound and communication – something they sometimes didn’t realize they didn’t have before.

Outside of work, Amanda loves to dance, hike, and play the piano.

Amanda Pratt, Audiologist at The House of Hearing
If you could have dinner with one person (dead or alive), who would it be?
My 4th great grandmother, who married three different men with the exact same name. I need to know how she did that and whether or not it was on purpose.
What is your favorite sports team?
Utah Jazz
What is your favorite food?
Prosciutto with apples
If you could travel to anywhere in the world, where would you go?
What’s your all-time favorite TV show/series?
Stranger Things

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