Founder of Sound & Silence
Gladys is a clinical audiologist and tinnitus specialist. Audiologists are healthcare professionals who diagnose and manage hearing and balance disorders in adults and children. Her experience spans from various NHS departments within London and Greater Manchester, and she is now currently working in a prestigious private audiological clinic on Harley Street, in London.
Her qualifications include:
- BSc Audiology – University College London (First Class with Honours)
- MSc Advanced Audiology – University of Manchester (Distinction)
- AuD (Doctor of Audiology) – Nova Southeastern University, Florida (due to complete in Jan 2020)
Gladys is fully insured and cleared by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), and also regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC registration no.: HAD03003).
Her passion for hearing stems from her inquisitive urge to learn sign language. From here, she delved into the world of Audiology and developed a special interest in helping people cope with their tinnitus. She aims to use her clinical doctorate degree to enhance her clinical expertise, as well as increase her contribution in producing research to help tinnitus sufferers.
Gladys Atinuke Akinseye, Ann-Marie Dickinson & Kevin J. Munro (2018) Is non-linear frequency compression amplification beneficial to adults and children with hearing loss? A systematic review, Is non-linear frequency compression amplification beneficial to adults and children with hearing loss? A systematic review, International Journal of Audiology, 57:4, 262-273, DOI: 10.1080/14992027.2017.1420255