Canadian Academy of Audiology
The Canadian Academy of Audiology is a professional organization dedicated to enhancing the profession of Audiology, the provision of quality hearing health care and education to those with, or at risk for, hearing and/or vestibular disorders. The Academy further strives to represent the audiological community on relevant national issues in a timely, organized manner.
Auburn and Mountain Hearing Centres is a memeber of iHear Ontario. iHEAR Ontario is a collection of independent hearing healthcare clinics in Ontario offering outstanding hearing care. All iHEAR clinics are independently owned and operated and provide hearing devices from a wide range of manufacturers.
Healthy Hearing is the world’s leading online information source on hearing aids, hearing loss, tinnitus, cochlear implants, hearing aid batteries, dizziness, and all other hearing health topics.
We believe that it takes more than technology to create the best hearing care solution. That’s why we put the individual needs and wishes of the hard-of-hearing first in our development of new hearing care solutions. Hearing care professionals are the key to ensuring that the optimum solution reaches those who need it, they are also the key to our success.
This uncompromising focus on the needs of the hard-of-hearing forms the basis of everything we do at Oticon. Whether it’s hearing instruments or fitting systems, audiology or technology, or our relations with hearing care professionals, our starting point remains the same:
The purpose of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario is to regulate the professions, in the public interest, and to govern its members in accordance with the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991, the Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Act, 1991, and the regulations and by-laws adopted by the College.
The Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA)
The Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA) is the strong, collective, influential voice for the professions in the Province. OSLA represents, promotes, and supports its members in their work on behalf of all Ontarians, especially those with communication disorders, swallowing difficulties, or hearing health care needs.
Role of OSLA:
OSLA was incorporated in 1965 as a voluntary, not-for-profit association. OSLA supports its members by providing a wide range of services, including provincial advocacy, promotion of the professions, educational opportunities, and professional resources.
Westone Laboratories, Inc.
Westone Laboratories,Inc. is widely recognized as the worldwide leader in the design & manufacturing of custom earmolds for hearing healthcare and other applications. In addition to carrying thousands of products for use by professionals and their patients, Westone is also a source of technical counsel, ideas, and assistance.