Hearing Instrument Specialist, B.A.
Chelsea Strasser’s love of family and dedication to high-quality hearing care brought her to Treasure Valley Hearing & Balance. “I sought them out for their excellent reputation in the community,” says Chelsea.
As a hearing instrument specialist whose own son’s challenges with hearing and speech inspired her career, she loves helping others in an environment that treats employees and patients like family.
Chelsea brings a diverse background to the practice, including casework for children and adults with disabilities, a University of Washington Disability Support Services Assistant, and experience as a Newborn Hearing Screener for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Well-Baby program at St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center.
She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington and performed a year of pre-professional coursework in speech-language pathology at Idaho State University.
In addition to helping people hear their best, Chelsea enjoys skiing, boating, and camping with her husband, an Air Force F-15E fighter pilot transitioning to civilian life, and their two children.