Eldré is an audiologist who works for Audiological Specialist Care and has worked in numerous NHS departments. She is also a lecturer and researcher at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. Her work is focused on empowering those with various difficulties. Clinically she helps a range of patients including those using hearing aids and cochlear implants. She tries to improving outcomes for people with hearing and sight difficulties by developing accessible and evidence-based care models. She has also been involved in working with visually impaired athletes. She was awarded the Richard May prize as an Audiological Scientist, the Shapiro prize three years in concession between 2017 -2019 and the Hallpike Research Prize in 2019.