This is Us


Mandi Solat, Au.D., F-AAA

Mandi has an Au.D. Degree which is a doctor of Audiology. She is a board-certified Audiologist, and a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. Audiologists meeting the American Board of Audiology’s standards for board certification consistently show exceptional knowledge and a lifelong commitment to learning. Throughout the year she attends continuing education courses, workshops, and advances her education with the ever-updating information within the field. Her sense of commitment overflows into the attentiveness that she shows her clients. Mandi understands the frustrations of hearing loss. She has had a progressive hearing loss from birth, and currently wears two behind-the-ear hearing aids.

Mandi received her bachelor’s degree from West Chester University in Pennsylvania. In 1998, she received her master’s degree in Audiology from the University of Northern Colorado graduating Magna Cum Laude. Further continuing her studies at A.T. Still University of Health Sciences in Mesa, Arizona with her doctor of Audiology degree (Au.D.). She received the class leadership award at the end of her studies graduating Summa Cum Laude.

“Being an Audiologist is a calling. I am passionate about what I do because hearing loss has had a profound effect on my life. Any life changed through the gift of hearing is a personal success.”

You can read about Mandi’s journey to becoming an audiologist: click here


Larry Solat, B.S.

Larry Solat is co-owner of Audiology Services. He earned his bachelor’s degree from West Chester University in Pennsylvania. He is an Audiology Apprentice, hearing aid instrument specialist, insurance specialist, and the manager of Audiology Services.

Larry has first-hand experience living with a spouse who has a profound hearing loss. He experiences the same daily issues that all people who are living with a family member, relative, friend, or partner experience.

“Knowing the struggles of hearing loss on a personal level gives me motivation every day to provide people with the gift of hearing.”

Our Family:

My how we all have grown.


(Salt Lake City Olympics February 2002. This is the exact week I opened Audiology Services and Hearing Aid Center!)

Mandi Solat, Au.D., F-AAA

Mandi Solat, Au.D., F-AAA

Mandi has an Au.D. Degree which is a doctor of Audiology. She is a board-certified Audiologist, and a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. Audiologists meeting the American Board of Audiology’s standards for board certification consistently show exceptional knowledge and a lifelong commitment to learning. Throughout the year she attends continuing education courses, workshops, and advances her education with the ever-updating information within the field. Her sense of commitment overflows into the attentiveness that she shows her clients. Mandi understands the frustrations of hearing loss. She has had a progressive hearing loss from birth, and currently wears two behind-the-ear hearing aids.

Mandi received her bachelor’s degree from West Chester University in Pennsylvania. In 1998, she received her master’s degree in Audiology from the University of Norther Colorado graduating Magna Cum Laude. Further continuing her studies at A.T. Still University of Health Sciences in Mesa, Arizona with her doctor of Audiology degree (Au.D.). She received the class leadership award at the end of her studies graduating Summa Cum Laude.

“Being an Audiologist is a calling. I am passionate about what I do because hearing loss has had a profound effect on my life. Any life changed through the gift of hearing is a personal success.”

You can read about Mandi’s journey to becoming an audiologist: click here


Larry Solat, B.S.

Larry Solat, B.S.

Larry Solat is co-owner of Audiology Services. He earned his bachelor’s degree from West Chester University in Pennsylvania. He is an Audiology Apprentice, hearing aid instrument specialist, insurance specialist, and the manager of Audiology Services.

Larry has first-hand experience living with a spouse who has a profound hearing loss. He experiences the same daily issues that all people who are living with a family member, relative, friend, or partner experience.

“Knowing the struggles of hearing loss on a personal level gives me motivation every day to provide people with the gift of hearing.”

Our Family: