Ontario’s Trusted

Hearing Care

Clinic

Trusted by Thousands of Amazing Patients,
Leading Organizations and
Hundreds of Local Physicians

Ontario’s Trusted

Hearing Care

Clinic

Trusted by Thousands of Amazing Patients,
Leading Organizations and
Hundreds of Local Physicians

Are You Struggling to Hear Clearly?

Our Treatments Can Help You To
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Increase Speech Understanding by 30% in Noise

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Remember 20% More of What Was Said in Conversation

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Reduce the Strain and Energy of Listening by 20%

Our Clinical Team

Jessica Chester

H.I.S.

Hearing Instrument Specialist

About Jessica

Julia Janusz

H.I.S.

Hearing Instrument Specialist

About Julia

Milka Gabretansea

H.I.S.

Hearing Instrument Specialist

About Milka

Brian Field

Audiologist, Doctor of Audiology, Au.D., M.Cl.Sc., BSc

Chief of Audiology

About Brian

Kayla Belanger

Doctor of Audiology, Au.D., B.Ed., BSc

Audiologist

About Kayla

Joshua Wright

H.I.S., BSc Neuroscience

Hearing Instrument Specialist

About Joshua

Did You Know?

Hearing loss increases the risk of dementia by 200-500%.

Do You Suffer from Ringing in Your Ears?

There are treatments that can help alleviate your suffering.

10 Key Questions to Ask Before Choosing Your Hearing Care Professional

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It is our mission to bring hearing education, care, and treatment to anyone suffering from hearing loss. We pride ourselves on prioritizing patient care above all else, and we would be delighted to answer any of your questions as you search for a hearing care professional, even if it doesn't end up being us.

The Connection Between Diabetes, Dementia, and Hearing Loss

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1 in 3 Canadians live with diabetes, which means the disease has touched every Canadian family in some form or another. Of those people living with diabetes, 90% have type 2 diabetes. On average, people with type 2 diabetes are twice as likely to experience dementia in their lifetime compared to those without diabetes.

How to Know if Your Loved One is Suffering From Hearing Loss

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We get many questions from spouses, family members, and friends of those suffering from hearing loss. You may not be sure if your loved one is ready for treatment, but you certainly shouldn’t wait to assess their hearing if you suspect there’s an issue. We're here to help your loved one get the healthcare they need.

Still Have Unanswered Questions?

We're here to help you on your journey to better hearing health.

Call 519-204-5500

The Benefits of Hearing Tests

Regular hearing tests can help detect hearing loss early, leading to better treatment options and improved quality of life.

Tips for Communicating With Hearing Loss

As a hearing loss can pose some communication challenges, here are some tips to improve communication with those who have hearing loss.

Common Misconceptions About Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is a common condition that affects millions of people worldwide. However, there are several misconceptions surrounding this issue that can lead to further misunderstandings and confusion. In this article, we will explore some of the most common misconceptions about hearing loss and provide accurate information to help you better understand this condition.

Managing Tinnitus Effectively

Tinnitus is a common condition characterized by ringing or other noises in the ear. While there is no cure for tinnitus, there are a number of strategies that can help to manage the condition and reduce the impact it has on daily life. Here are a few tips for managing tinnitus effectively: By following these …

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The Importance of Annual Hearing Screenings

Annual hearing screenings are important for maintaining healthy hearing and identifying any hearing loss or other issues as early as possible. Here are a few reasons why it is important to get your hearing checked on a regular basis: Early detection: Early detection of hearing loss is important in order to address the issue as …

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How to Communicate Effectively with Someone Who Has Hearing Loss

Communication with someone who has hearing loss can be challenging, but with a little patience and understanding, it is possible to have effective and meaningful conversations. Here are a few tips for communicating with someone who has hearing loss: Get their attention before speaking: It is important to make sure the person with hearing loss …

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The Link Between Hearing Loss and Other Health Conditions

There is a strong link between hearing loss and a number of other health conditions. Here are a few examples of how hearing loss can be related to other health issues: Cardiovascular disease: Research has shown that individuals with hearing loss are more likely to have cardiovascular disease, including heart attack and stroke. It is …

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The Latest Research and Developments in Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is a common condition that affects people of all ages, and researchers are constantly working to better understand the causes and potential treatments for hearing loss. Here are a few examples of the latest research and developments in the field: Gene therapy: Researchers are investigating the use of gene therapy as a potential …

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Tips for Maintaining Healthy Hearing

Maintaining healthy hearing is important for overall health and well-being. Here are a few tips for keeping your ears healthy: Protect your ears from loud noises: Noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most common types of hearing loss. To protect your ears, avoid loud noises whenever possible and use earplugs or earmuffs when you …

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The Different Types Of Hearing Aids And How To Choose The Right One

There are several types of hearing aids available, each with its own unique features and benefits. Here is an overview of the different types of hearing aids and some factors to consider when choosing the right one for you: Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids: These hearing aids are worn behind the ear and are connected to …

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