Our Audiologists and Staff

The Family Hearing Center’s dedicated professional audiologists are licensed by the Board of Examiners of the State of Maryland and hold Certificates of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). We have the skill and experience to best serve the full range of your hearing needs. Audiologists continuously attend educational seminars and trainings to provide our patients with the latest information about hearing loss and hearing technology and ensure the highest quality of care. 

What sets apart The Family Hearing Center staff from other Audiology Clinics? Plenty! You are not just a number here; our Audiologists treat you like a member of their own family. Below are just some of the many positive statements made about our Audiologists:

“Staff were accessible and helpful in a timely fashion.”

“Friendly, professional service; audiologist was excellent with my daughter.”

“What I liked most about my experience at The Family Hearing Center was the friendliness and professionalism of your staff. They treat you like a family.”

“I liked the willingness of staff to spend the time to answer questions.”

“The friendliness, kindness, and understanding for elderly woman with Alzheimer’s was appreciated.”

Susan Yaffe-Oziel, M.M.S., CCC-A, Director

Ms. Yaffe-Oziel brings more than 35 years of experience to the Family Hearing Center. She earned her Master’s Degree in Medical Sciences at Emory University. Before joining TLC in 1998, Ms. Yaffe-Oziel was an audiologist and clinical instructor at George Washington University. Ms. Yaffe-Oziel has written several articles on hearing loss and hearing disorders for Washington Parent magazine, the Senior Beacon newspaper and other local publications. In 1993, Ms. Yaffe-Oziel co-wrote “Walking Through the Early Stages of Hearing Loss,” published in the Self Help for Hard of Hearing Journal.

Nessrin Khaskia, M.S., CCC-A, Clinical Audiologist
Ms. Khaskia has been an audiologist at The Family Hearing Center since May of 2000. She earned her Master’s of Science degree in Audiology from Towson University. Ms. Khaskia is one of two audiologists at The Family Hearing Center who evaluates children for Auditory Processing Disorders (APD). She is fluent in Arabic and Hebrew and has three daughters. Ms. Khaskia adds that “I love working here and it is very rewarding to see that I’ve made a difference in my clients’ lives.”

Jaclyn Rozmaryn, M.S., CCC-A, Clinical Audiologist
Mrs. Rozmaryn began working at the Family Hearing Center as an Audiology Aide in 1999. After earning a Masters in Science from Howard University, she returned to the Family Hearing Center as a Maryland licensed audiologist and specializes in pediatrics. Mrs. Rozmaryn is married with three children and is fluent in Spanish. She feels very fortunate to have been able to work for so many years at the Family Hearing Center, noting that she has been extremely lucky to “love what you do, where you work and the people you work with.”

Grace Richards, M.S., CCC-A, Clinical Audiologist
Ms. Richards has been with The Family Hearing Center since October 1987. Ms. Richards earned her Masters Degree at Brooklyn College of City University of New York (CUNY). She and her husband have raised four children: an older son and his triplet siblings. They share a love of animals and have four Pomeranians and three horses. Ms. Richards adds, “The Family Hearing Center has been an important part of my life not just as a career, but a place where my closest friends are. I have met the most wonderful people and find it so exciting to see the industry grow and change to make it even easier to help people hear better.”