Developmental audiologist specializing in auditory processing delays

Margaret Glenney MA, CCC-A, F-AAA




State University of New York at Plattsburgh 

Plattsburgh, New York 

B.A. Communication Science, 1981 


University of Connecticut 

Storrs, Connecticut 

M.A.  Communication Disorders, 1985 



  • From September 2017, through the present I have owned a private practice in Roanoke VA specializing in helping children exhibiting neuro-developmental delays which often including hyperacusis and misophonia and other sensory and central auditory processing issues.

  • From June 2016, through the present I have worked as a fee basis audiologist at the Salem VA Medical Center.

  • From September 2016, through June 2018, I worked as an ELL teacher at GW Carver elementary school in Salem, VA. 

  • From September 2014 through June 2016 I worked as a substitute teacher and returned to school to obtain my teacher’s certification in English 6-12th grade, ELL K-12, and Speech Communication.

  • From June 1998, through September 2014, I ran a small farm in upstate New York and Roanoke, VA.  I supervised all employees, raised crops and animals, and produced finished products including soaps, canned goods, herbs and produce.

  • From March 1997, through June 1998, I was an independent contractor to Jones Memorial Hospital in Wellsville, New York.  I provided a full scope of audiological services to a small regional hospital. 

  • From April 1993, through December 1995, I was an independent contractor to an early intervention program in Northern Pennsylvania. My work consisted of home visits and intervention services. This included diagnostic and rehabilitative services to special needs infants and children. 

  • From August 1990, through August 1992, I owned a private practice in Kodiak, Alaska. I provided comprehensive audiological services to the hospital, area physicians, and small villages on the island. 

  • From August 1988, through August 1989, I served as clinical faculty at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina. I provided clinical supervision for graduate students in both Speech Pathology and Audiology. I also taught graduate level courses in Industrial Audiology. I presented a case-study at the AAA convention regarding the abnormality of Arnold-Chiari Malformation and its effects on ABR testing. 

  • From September 1985, through August 1988, I worked as a Clinical Audiologist at the Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital in Cooperstown, New York. I provided clinical support services primarily for the ENT clinic. My duties also included instruction and training as a CAOHC instructor. I also participated in and published clinical research regarding hearing loss in the farming occupation. 

  • From January 1984, through August 1985, I was employed at the U.S. Naval Base in Groton, Connecticut. As an Audiologist, I supervised several occupational hearing conservation technicians and the Hearing Conservation Program. I also provided support services to the hospital, both examining and treating active duty, dependent and civilian personnel.


Glenney, Margaret R. (2019).  Auditory Processing, Hallowell Davis, Encephalopathy and Occam’s Razor.  Manuscript in Preparation.

Glenney, Margaret R. (2019).  Auditory Processing, Acoustic Reflexes and Primary Reflex Persistence. To be presented at the American Speech and Hearing Convention November 2019, Orlando, FL. Withdrawn for personal reasons.

Glenney, Margaret R.  (2019, May). The Language of Hearing: Auditory Disorders and Interventions for Children on the Spectrum. Presented at the meeting of AutismOne, Chicago, IL.

Glenney, Margaret R. A Discussion of Children with Obvious Hearing and Balance Disorders Being Mislabelled in the Psycho-neuro-developmental and Educational World: An Historical Analysis. Hearing, Balance and Communication17, no. 2 (2019): 127-31, doi:10,1080/21695717.2019.1591005.

Glenney, Margaret R. (2018).  The Language of Hearing. Audiology Today, July-August issue, 74-76. Can be retrieved from:

May, J., Marvel, M., Regan, M., Marvel, L., & Pratt, D. (1990). Noise-induced hearing loss in randomly selected New York dairy farmers. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 333-337. 

Regan, Margaret. (1990). Arnold-Chiari Malformation- Some Audiological Features. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, Volume 1 (Number 1), 46-46. 



  • American Speech and Hearing Association-1985 through present. 

  • American Academy of Audiology-Fellow


State of Alaska- #147, expires 9/30/2020 

Commonwealth of Virginia-expires-12/30/2020




I grew up in Rochester, New York and am presently married with seven children and three grandchildren. My husband is a family practice physician in Buchanan, Virginia.



Available upon request.