Vanessa Rentschler, Au.D., CCC-A, C.A.S. is a clinical audiologist and owner of Audball Paradigm, LLC (private practice) who also facilitates a bi-weekly friendship group for autistic youth (Autism Society of Oregon). She is the parent of an autistic child, is active in her local autism, community and identifies as neurodivergent, herself (ADHD). Dr. Rentschler offers neurodiversity-affirming assessment and treatment for auditory processing difficulties, provided in a sensory-friendly environment. Therapeutic techniques also helpful for those who wear hearing aids and cochlear implants.
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