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Hearing Clinics Plus At CHS

Hearing Clinics Plus

Hearing Clinics Plus offers one-stop access to a full range of services for adults and children with hearing loss at 10 locations across Ontario. Starting with a hearing test using state-of-the-art equipment, one of our experienced audiologists  will determine if you have a hearing loss and if a hearing aid or communication device might help. 
 

Support Groups

Support groups can help people with hearing loss cope with everyday challenges by sharing information and making social connections. At CHS, we try to offer support groups in communities where a need is identified.

What we offer

There are various types of CHS support groups including:

Classes and Workshops

Our Hearing Help Classes and Sound Advice Workshops give you practical information, tips and advice to help you overcome the challenges that come with hearing loss.

Hearing Help Classes

You don’t have to give up your favourite activities because of your hearing loss. We can help you through our Hearing Help classes.

Learn about:

Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Consultations

Our audiologists can identify if you have tinnitus or hyperacusis and offer a number of therapeutic approaches to provide relief and manage these conditions.

About tinnutis and hyperacusis

Tinnitus affects about 10% to 15% of the population. It’s often described as a ringing, buzzing or pulsating sound in the ear.

Speech and language programs for children and adults

Culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing adults and preschool children who are experiencing speech and language difficulties will benefit from the assessment and therapy services offered by our experienced speech-language pathologists.

How we help adults

A speech-language pathologist will meet with you to determine your goals and create programs tailored to your needs. Services are provided in English, sign-supported English and American Sign Language (ASL).

Hearing Healthcare Initiative

Click here, to learn more about the Hearing Healthcare Initiative.

Hearing aid evaluations, sales and service

If you need a hearing aid for the first time or want to replace one you already have, our experienced audiologists will make sure you find the one that’s right for your hearing loss and your budget.

What we offer

Hearing aid evaluations, services and sales are offered at 10 CHS locations across Ontario.

One of our experienced audiologists will:

Hearing tests for children and adults

We offer hearing tests for adults and children aged 3 years and over at 10 CHS locations across Ontario. If you have a hearing loss, an experienced audiologist will help find the best solution for you.

When to have a hearing test

Have you noticed a change in your hearing? Do you often ask people to repeat things? Are you turning up the volume on the TV or radio?

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