Most of the thousands of people we help each year don’t even realize how bad it was until they can hear well again.
Since you only have 5 senses to connect you to the world, if you’re not hearing well, you will be missing out on a lot.
People tell us over and over again, “I wish I did this 10 years ago!”
We help with:
- Noise-induced or work-related hearing loss
- Hearing the wrong words
- Conversations or TV getting hard to follow
- Veteran-related hearing challenges
- ADP – Assistive Devices Program
- VAC –Veterans Affairs Canada
- WSIB – Workplace Safety Insurance Board
- ODSP – Ontario Disability Support Program
- NIHB – First Nations & Inuit
- Private Insurance
- Assisted Living Homes
- Retirement Homes
- Nursing Facilities
- House Visits
Our founder Sue Vermeulen started the practice in 1978 to better serve those who need better hearing healthcare.
Let’s face it. Hearing aids don’t always have the best reputation.
If your hearing aid feels uncomfortable or annoying, there’s usually a good reason.
That’s why we combine science with skilled listening and empathy to understand your particular situation, and give you clear and honest insight about what you can do about it.
From the first time we talk to you until long after you’ve purchased, our hearing aid specialists are here to listen and help.
Here’s how it works:
- Come in for a simple complimentary hearing screening to find out for sure what’s going on—you may just have a wax buildup we can help you solve on the spot.
- Learn about specific types of hearing aids that might fit your needs.
- Try one on for yourself! See whether it’s comfortable, effective, and looks good. Walk around with it so you can experience different environments.
- We’ll help you with everything you need to pick the right solution and get going.
- We also offer a patient adoption plan for ongoing care for those who got their hearing aids elsewhere.