Dr. Christine Pickup is an ASHA certified Doctor of Audiology. She was educated at BYU (undergraduate and masters degree) and received her doctorate from A.T. Still University. She has worked in the field of audiology since 2000, in both private practice and in an educational setting. She opened her own private practice in Rupert, ID in April 2014. She is the only pediatric audiologist in the Mini-Cassia area, and takes care of the hearing health of all ages. She is a wife and mother to four children. When she's not running her clinic, she is usually in the kitchen cooking up something yummy, catching up on a book, or playing with fabric. She and her husband Westy built their home in 2012, and spend any free time working to put in the yard or finish another room in the basement.
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Dr. Christine Pickup discusses important tips for better communication with family members who have hearing loss.