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We specialize in (re)habilitating patients of all ages with hearing loss including local infants identified through the provincial Infant Hearing Program. As registered members of the College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists of Ontario, we are among the highest qualified regulated hearing health care professionals in Canada.

Adult Hearing Assessment

Our clinicians will assess the health of your ears and your hearing function in quiet and in noise. They will answer any questions you have about hearing loss prevention or treatment, communication strategies, or any recommended medical referrals.

Child Hearing Assessment

We are the only authorized Infant Hearing Program (IHP) provider in the Kitchener-Waterloo Region. Our IHP clinicians have received specific training in assessing children’s hearing and our clinics are equipped with specialty technology to conduct infant hearing tests.

Hearing Aids and Hearing Assistive Technology

Modern hearing aids are more advanced, comfortable, and discrete than ever before with style choices to suit every individual. Our clinicians will walk you through your options whether you are looking for basic hearing support or full audio connectivity with phone, computer, television, and remote microphones.

Retirement Home Hearing Division

Our mobile clinicians regularly travel out to retirement communities across Southern Ontario to provide hearing tests and hearing aid services. If your community is not on our list, we also offer home visits in the areas that surround our retirement communities.

Ear Wax Removal

A normal amount of earwax is healthy. Impacted earwax can cause hearing loss, increase the risk of infection, or make your hearing aids whistle. Our clinicians can gently wash or curete wax from your ears safely. Ear wax softening drops are available at all of our clinics.

Custom Ear Plugs

Custom ear plugs for noise and swimming can provide a more comfortable, secure fit than standard one-size-fits-all plugs. We offer custom plugs for all situations, including musician’s plugs and specialty headsets. You clinician will discuss with you what options are best for your specific environment.

Tinnitus and Decreased Sound Tolerance Assessment and Treatment

Advanced assessment for patients who are struggling to manage their Tinnitus or decreased sound tolerance. Our clinic has clinicians trained in Tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT) and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to provide more support to individuals who need it.

Central Auditory Processing Assessment

Auditory processing disorder (APD) affects how the brain processes sounds, making it challenging for individuals to make sense of auditory information, especially in complex or noisy environments. Causes APD include genetic or developmental factors, frequent childhood infections, head trauma, or illness. Our clinics offer the most extensive assessment protocol in the region for children and adults.

Dizziness Assessment and Treatment

Balance and dizziness disorders affect people of all ages. Audiologists at the Ear & Hearing Clinic can assess whether your dizziness is being caused by a vestibular problem and offer BPPV treatment or vestibular rehabilitation therapy when appropriate.

Aural Rehabilitation

Ear & Hearing Clinic regularly provides group classes, workshops, and presentations at our clinics and in the community. We cover ear and hearing related topics including: hearing and hearing aids 101, communication strategies, tinnitus management, hearing loss and dementia, hearing protection and more!

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We now offer FinanceIt Payment Options. Simply apply online from the privacy of your own home, and know if you’re pre-approved in minutes. It’s never been more affordable to improve your hearing health!

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Over 1 million Canadians aged 18-45 and one third of Canadians over 65 have enough hearing loss to interfere with communication. Usually, hearing loss occurs gradually and may go unnoticed for many years. Even if you are not noticing a hearing loss, a hearing test is a good way to get a baseline of how you are hearing now for future comparison. A hearing test is easy and painless.

Book Your Hearing Health Check Appointment

Book your appointment online, by calling 1-833-669-4425 for more appointment options and availability or by texting 226-220-7982

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