Brattleboro Hearing Center

130 Austine Drive
Suite 210
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Phone: (802) 254-3922

Brattleboro Hearing Center

Our staff has more than 30 years of experience delivering quality hearing healthcare to the Brattleboro community.

Brattleboro Hearing Center was established when the Vermont Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and the Austine School closed their doors in September of 2014. The audiology department from Austine (Alexandra, Kim, and Sarah) opened their own business to continue to serve the hearing healthcare needs of the Brattleboro, VT, area.

Alexandra Tully received her Master of Arts in Audiology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2000. She completed her clinical fellowship year at the Center for Audiological Services at Austine, and was so happy there that she stayed for an additional 13 years. Alexandra holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology from the American Speech/Language Hearing Association and is currently enrolled in a doctoral program at A.T. Still University. She truly enjoys her work and the many friends she's made over the years. She lives in Greenfield, MA, with her husband, three children and a menagerie of animals.

Sarah Moore’s professional career began in programming and project management. She eventually realized that she had made a poor career choice, and went back to school to study Audiology. She received her Doctorate in Audiology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2012. Sarah completed her externship year at Mercy Medical Center in Springfield, MA. In 2013 she joined the Center for Audiological Services at Austine. Following Austine’s closure, Sarah, along with Kim and Alex, formed the Brattleboro Hearing Center to continue serving Brattleboro’s hearing needs. Sarah holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology from the American Speech/Language Hearing Association. She is passionate about her work helping people hear better. Sarah lives in Northampton, MA with her husband, three children, and her cats, Cowboy Jack and Winston Churchill.

Kimberly Messer was hired in May of 1995 to work at the Austine School for the Deaf in the audiology department. She worked with one audiologist at the time so her job duties varied greatly - from receptionist to billing clerk to hearing aid technician. She wore many hats. It was during that 18 year span where she learned enough about hearing healthcare and hearing aids to take her Hearing Aid Dispensing test becoming licensed in August of 2013. Over the 19 years she worked at Austine she was blessed to meet a number of people. Her passion is reading but she also likes to knit when she has time. Kim lives in Hinsdale, NH, with her husband and has two children and two step-children, three grandkids, a German Shepard named Otto and a Maine coon cat named Jasper.