” More than half of Canadians over the age of 65 will experience some degree of hearing loss. “
– Hearing Foundation of Canada
An audiologist is a regulated health professional with a minimum of a Masters degree. To obtain this degree, a minimum of six years post-secondary education is required, plus 750 clinical hours completed. A six month mentorship program must be completed after this, to be a full General member of CASLPO. Audiologists are educated in prevention, identification, assessment, treatment, and (re)habilitation of hearing loss in adults and children. They are authorized to prescribe hearing aids when necessary.
Learn more about Andrea Dunn and her audiology education.
Signs of hearing loss could include:
If you are experiencing any of these signs of hearing loss, schedule a hearing evaluation with Dunn Audiology.
Yes, there are three types of hearing loss:
For sensorineural hearing loss, some hearing loss causes may be:
For conductive hearing loss, causes may include:
There are many different styles of hearing aids. The appropriate hearing aid is determined by a variety of factors. If it is determined that you would benefit from a hearing aid, Andrea would discuss the pros and cons to each style and together you would decide which is appropriate for you.
There is a wide range of hearing aid prices, which are dictated by the technology level within the hearing aid. With Dunn Audiology, you can choose which technology level is appropriate for your lifestyle and hearing needs.
There are multiple funding opportunities.
We will help determine if you could qualify for funding, and will fill out the necessary paperwork. Dunn Audiology is registered with ADP, WSIB, VAC, and multiple insurance companies.
Tinnitus is the perception of sound, when there is no external auditory stimulus. It can be described as a ringing, buzzing, or noise in a person’s ears. This sound can be very bothersome to some individuals. There are many theories to why this sound is perceived, but it can be a sign of hearing loss. Start with a hearing evaluation at Dunn Audiology, and potential tinnitus treatment options can be discussed.
1140 Southdale Road W, unit 3 London, Ontario
Dunn Audiology is open for appointments Monday-Thursday from 8:30-4:30. Friday & Evening appointments can be made by appointment only. Inquiries and appointment bookings are welcome to call 519-601-4327 or email Andrea directly – firstname.lastname@example.org