The angli-EAR Team | Meet Our Hearing Experts | Audiologist In Cambridge

Our COVID procedures remain unchanged.

Since the pandemic started, we have all been expected to wear masks in public spaces as part of the government regulations. As a result of the vaccination roll-out, the Government made the requirement for wearing face masks in public optional from 19th July.

Our priority has always been to ensure we take measures to protect our clients and staff. We have provided more than 10,000 masks since we re-opened and gallons of hand sanitisers in our effort to provide a COVID secure environment.

To date, we have not yet had updated information from our governing bodies or the Government. Our procedures remain the same but we will provide a further update should anything change.

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The team at angli-EAR Hearing

Nadia Abbott

Nadia is an audiologist and speech therapist from South Africa with 10 years of experience in both fields.  Her experience ranges from working in private sector, state sector and even training future audiologists and speech therapist at the University of Cape Town and Stellenbosch.

 

Nadia’s experience as a speech therapist makes her ideally suited to work with paediatrics but she enjoys helping people of all ages.  She is passionate about not only helping people with their hearing but also with their overall communication abilities.

 

Nadia is a member of the following professional bodies:

  • HCPC – Health and Care Professionals Council
  • BTA – British Tinnitus Association
  • AIHHP Centre of Excellence – Association of Independent Hearing Healthcare Professionals

Nadia is also an approved CLEARWAX ear wax removal specialist who has been ENT-trained to perform endoscopic ear wax removal, including E-suction™ (micro-suction), to safely clean and clear your blocked ear.

Celeste Coetzer

Celeste has over 10 years’ experience in the field of audiology, ranging from pediatrics to adults, in both hearing and vestibular care. She obtained her master’s degree at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. She is passionate about hearing health care and believes that every individual should be given the best possible support during their hearing care journey.

Celeste is a mum of 2 children (aged 5 and 2) that keep her rather busy. Her family enjoys nature walks and spending time outdoors. As they recently moved over the Cambridge, they look forward to exploring what the countryside has to offer. If you have an appointment with her, any suggestions for good trail walks and family outdoor events are always welcome.

Daniel Sanchez

Daniel has 5 years’ experience as a hearing aid audiologist working in the private and independent sector. Born and raised in Spain, Malaga.

Daniel started his audiology career in Spain before moving to the UK, Cambridge where he continued to pursue his dream of becoming an audiologist with a passion for helping people hear.

Daniel trained as an ear mould technician with the capability to make all kinds of moulds for hearing devices, sleep plugs, swim plugs and noise plugs. As a millennial Daniel has a great understanding of new technology devices, smartphones, apps, accessories and combined with his audiology background he can apply this to deliver the best outcome for his clients. If there is anything you feel Daniel can help with he would love to lend a hand.
Daniel is a member of the following professional bodies:

• HCPC – Health and Care Professions Council
• BTA – British Tinnitus Association
• AIHHP Centre of Excellence – Association of Independent Hearing Healthcare Professionals

Daniel is also an approved CLEARWAX ear wax removal specialist who has been ENT-trained to perform endoscopic ear wax removal, including E-suction™ (micro-suction), to safely clean and clear your blocked ear.

Shelley Carter

Shelley joined angli-EAR Hearing from a private healthcare background previously working for a national retail chain providing wax removal services. Shelley has a passion for helping people and has a diploma in mental health and social care. Shelley hopes to use this knowledge at angliEAR Hearing to further her knowledge and ability to help clients with their hearing issues focusing on tinnitus in the future.

 

Shelley is a mum of 2 adult boys and a teenage girl who all keep her very busy. Shelley’s family are very special to her and she loves to cook and bake for her family and friends. Shelley coaches a local netball team which has been on hold during lockdown but hopes to get back into coaching once everything has settled down.

 

Shelley has also taken part in a number of events, including a sky dive and a midnight walk to raise funds for Crohns and Colitis UK. Charities who’s causes have touched Shelley’s family. If at your appointment you have any suggestions for any other crazy ideas for Shelley to get involved in please let her know. Shelley is always looking for ways to get involved, generate awareness and funds for great causes, regardless of her own personal safety. The rest of the team will be cheering her on with 2 feet firmly on the ground.

Samuel Chapman

Samuel is an approved CLEARWAX ear wax removal specialist who has been ENT-trained to perform endoscopic ear wax removal, including E-suction™ (micro-suction), to safely clean and clear your blocked ear.

Samuel has had previous roles in the NHS, as well as volunteering within private clinics, and is set to undertake a placement at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge. Here he will specialise in advanced diagnostics for a number of different fields in Audiology including Paediatrics, Balance, and Adult Rehabilitation.

Samuel is currently completing his Master’s Degree (MSc) in Audiology from University College London and is carrying out his own research in tinnitus, although his interests include Cochlear Implants, Balance work, and Adult Rehabilitation. Once completed, he will go on to study a Clinical Doctorate in Audiology to ensure he is capable of helping everybody he meets in his clinical work. Samuel has a passion for hearing healthcare and strives to help everyone enjoy their lives more through supporting their hearing and listening abilities.

Trevor Chapman

Trevor Chapman

Trevor has a wealth of experience across various disciplines in the hearing industry. With over 17 years experience including managing one of the U.K.’s Hearing Instrument manufacturers, running and owning a clinic in Sydney, Australia and managing the cochlear implant programs for a cochlear implant manufacturer across 11 countries. This breadth of experience will ensure that you have the latest cutting edge in both diagnostic testing and hearing instrument selection.

Trevor is currently studying a Master’s degree (part time) in Advanced Hearing Therapy. Once completed Trevor will then study a Doctorate in Advanced Hearing Therapy alongside a Clinical Doctorate in Audiology.

Trevor is also a member of the following professional bodies;

  • HCPC – Health and Care Professions Council
  • ISA – International Society of Audiology (student member)
  • BSHAA – British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists
  • BAA – British Academy of Audiology
  • BTA – British Tinnitus Association
  • AIHHP Centre of Excellence – Association of Independent Hearing Healthcare Professionals

Trevor is also an approved CLEARWAX ear wax removal specialist who has been ENT-trained to perform endoscopic ear wax removal, including E-suction™ (micro-suction), to safely clean and clear your blocked ear.

Sarah Chapman

Sarah spends most of her time managing the practice and our wonderful team. As well as making sure everything is running smoothly, her other roles (to name just a few) include HR, general maintenance and repairs, organising rotas and Health & Safety.

Sarah enjoys “Supporting and complimenting the great team we have. I like the diversity and challenges that arise almost daily, knowing I have done a good job and most importantly, helping people hear better”

Sarah’s background is in Supply Chain and operational management and has a passion for customer service and people. Sarah has a focus on the detail of our customer journey and makes sure our clinic is professional but homely environment, which translates to great hearing care and enjoying a good cup of coffee or tea and a chat.

When she’s not at work, Sarah is ‘mummy’ to Teddy who she is encouraging to be more ‘Nellie and Nigel’ in the Garden (Monty Don fans will understand the link). Sarah is a keen runner – not fast, keen, she has previously completed 2 London Marathons. She is a core member of the local park run team, encouraging and enabling others to run. Sarah and Teddy are the founder and only members of the angli-EAR Hearing running club, which usually run 2-3 times a week around her home village. Sarah’s family live in Nottingham but time spent with friends and family ensures she is busy in and out of work.

Christina

Christina joined the angli-EAR Hearing team as a Receptionist in 2019. Christina has a passion for delivering excellent customer service and demonstrated this in previous customer focused roles in a local veterinary practice.

Christina was attracted to the role as she enjoys developing strong relationships with people and angli-EAR Hearing allows her to build the foundation of these relationships with our clients, provide the excellence service and positive experience you would expect.

When at home Christina enjoys spending time with her two teenage sons and her 16 year old cat, Bob. With a love of the outdoors Christina can often be found running, cycling or kayaking down the river Cam and enjoys exploring the fantastic holiday destination in the UK where she can relax with a good book.

Teddy and Buddy

Teddy and Buddy

IMPORTANT UPDATE

Both Teddy and Buddy are well and would like to let all their fans know that they will be back in the clinic after their FURRRR-lough. They have missed everyone during this time of FURRRR-lough

 

Woof woof grrrrr woof (Our names are Teddy and Buddy)

Grrrrrrrr woof grrrr woof howl (We love meeting all our clients – We are very friendly and love a good tummy rub)

Woof woof howl woof pant (Teddy is training to be a PAT – Pets As Therapy Dog, Its hard work but good fun. Buddy is training to be a real dog as he is still learning how to use his legs….)

Woof woof woof howl grrrrr (We will do anything for a treat – sit, give paw, lie down…… anything!)

Pant pant woof pant pant (mommy and Teddy are founding members of the angli-EAR Hearing running club – its hard work but so much fun. Buddy cant join them yet as his legs are too little still.)

*Translation provided by my mommy – Sarah!