Since 1956, we have been unwaveringly dedicated to providing quality service and products to patients.
We believe in quality, not quantity, in educating patients and providing options for success. We are an organization that’s rooted in traditional values, but that’s providing the world’s most advanced technologies and hearing solutions.
Our Core Values
We care about your hearing loss, and we want to create a growing relationship with you as our patient. We’re committed to providing you with genuine care that exceeds your expectations.
Through compassion and personal guidance, we will offer the highest quality hearing healthcare services and products to those in the communities we serve. We believe in quality, not quantity, in educating our patients and providing options for your hearing success. We are an organization that’s rooted in traditional values, while providing the world’s most advanced technologies and hearing solutions.
What We Do
We are committed to giving you best hearing care available while keeping the process clear. Our services are designed to make caring for your hearing loss easy for you. We do the necessary work to provide you with great hearing.
All hearing aid fittings are verified using sophisticated “real-ear” technology. Real ear measurements are a way to verify that the amplification of your hearing aid is appropriate for the size and shape of your ear and the degree of hearing impairment. By using real ear measurements the audiologist can verify that the sound reaching your eardrum from your hearing aid is the correct amount needed to compensate for your hearing loss.
Numerous studies have repeatedly demonstrated the effectiveness of real-ear verification as an important clinical tool for fitting and verifying hearing aid effectiveness, however, most dispensing practices do not routinely use this technology. Ontario Hearing Centers is different – Real-ear measurement (REM) is the standard of our practice and is an integral part of our hearing aid fitting protocol.
The best solution for improving hearing is to identify the hearing loss and begin rehabilitation as early as possible. For this reason, we strongly encourage hearing screenings for anyone over 50 – and we offer the service for FREE. If an individual fails the hearing screening, we will recommend a full hearing evaluation to more accurately determine the type, degree, and intervention required.
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices are accessories that can supplement your hearing is very specific circumstances such as when watching TV, talking on the phone or listening in a noisy restaurant. These hearing amplifiers offer a boost or a supplement to whatever hearing aid technology you are currently using.