Dr. Mary Anne Larkin has been in the audiology profession since 1983. She received her Doctorate degree in Audiology from the University of Florida. She is American Board of Audiology certified, a Fellow of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology and the South Carolina Academy of Audiology and a member of the International Guild of Auditory Processing Specialists.

Over the past 30 years, Dr. Larkin has tested, diagnosed and provided management strategies for children and adults who present with central auditory processing (CAP) issues. After retiring from her full-time comprehensive audiology private practice (Advanced Hearing Care), she founded Lowcountry Listening Lab, LLC where she now devotes her professional time to specializing only in the area of Auditory Processing.

Dr. Larkin has served on numerous audiology committees and boards on a state and national level. She has served as past president of the South Carolina Academy of Audiology and has been on the Board of Directors of the Audiology Foundation of America. She has been a public speaker at various regional and national professional conferences. She has also published numerous articles on audiology private practice issues. Dr. Larkin actively participates in hearing health issues on local, state and national levels and has received awards for her work promoting better hearing in the community. She was named “Audiologist of the Year” for 1999 by the Audiological Resource Association and received the “Elizabeth P. Wade Outstanding Audiologist of South Carolina” for 2004. Dr. Larkin received the 2005 Leo Doerfler Award from the Academy of Doctors of Audiology for Best Clinical Practices.

Dr. Larkin resides in Spartanburg with her husband, Brian, and their red standard poodle, Miles. She enjoys being close to her family (daughter Lindsay, Tom and grandson Oliver in Spartanburg and daughter Allie and Matt in Asheville), playing tennis, volunteering in the community and the Arts.