Who Can You Trust in Bloomington to Help You With Your Hearing?
Imagine a world without sound, or only garbled sounds. You’d miss a lot! Imagine what you’d miss hanging out with friends, having dinner with your family, playing with your kids or grandkids—even hearing the birds in your yard.
Which is why we are committed to helping you improve your hearing and get more out of life.
Hearing plays such a crucial role in your overall health and well-being – from helping to prevent dementia to keeping you connected to your family. We are dedicated to restoring your ability to hear. Meet Bright Life Hearing Care, LLC’s team.
Meet the Team
Heather L. White, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology
Dr. White earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Audiology and Speech/Language Pathology from Ball State University in 2007. She earned her Doctor of Audiology degree in 2011 from Ball State University.
Dr. White worked with IU Health, Southern Indiana Physicians and Southern Indiana Hearing Solutions for 5 ½ years prior to opening her own practice. She hopes to continue to improve upon the quality care she is accustomed to providing.
Dr. White lives in Monroe county and loves the area’s beauty and sense of community. Although Dr. White was not raised in the area, she has adopted it as her forever-home. She is wife to Fred White, and mother of two grown daughters, Abigail and Marilyn. She enjoys hiking and backyard grilling with her family and her dog, Fergus.
Patient Care Coordinator
Jennifer is a graduate of IUPUI with 10 years of administrative experience. She is married to Matt and they have two wonderful kids, Elizabeth and Chris. The Davis’ have resided in Ellettsville since 2017.
Why did Dr. White become an Audiologist?
“I started my career in speech pathology, but I didn’t start as a freshman in college until I was 33 years old. During my junior year, I realized that audiology suited my talents better, so I switched my major. My focus was on helping people communicate better, and I believed that helping with hearing was a great way to achieve that goal.”
Why is being an Audiologist so satisfying?
“One of my patients came in, and they relied heavily on their spouse to communicate and advocate for them. Initially, the patient was unsure about using hearing aids. However, after wearing them for some time, they became more confident and were able to advocate for themselves. Eventually, they asked their spouse to stop advocating for them. It was a satisfying experience to see my patient gain more independence and control over their communication abilities.”