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Hearing Solutions for Life!

A locally owned and operated hearing clinic by an award-winning Doctor of Audiology, we are proud to be serving your community with quality hearing solutions for over 20 years. The Ear and Hearing Clinic locations are wheelchair-accessible with plenty of parking.

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We are committed to providing high quality hearing care to adults and children. Our services include hearing assessments, wax removal, hearing aid evaluations and fittings, tinnitus retraining therapy, auditory processing assessment and more. We have 6 audiologists on staff and 3 convenient hearing clinics to serve you – Kitchener, Elmira and Palmerston, Ontario. Together, our audiologists have over 50 years of experience and we are locally owned and operated. If you feel you or one of your loved ones is experiencing hearing loss or is in need of a hearing aid, please contact us today to book a hearing assessment and consultation. No referral is needed.

Apply Online for Fast, Easy and Secure Payment Plans!

It’s never been more affordable to improve your hearing health!  With our new online finance application process, you could get a lower payment by choosing the number of months you would like to have to pay off your hearing aid, simply apply online from the privacy of your own home, and know if you’re pre-approved in minutes!

How it works:

  1. Visit our secure financing portal by clicking here: 
  2.  Click    to fill out the short application form.
  3. Complete the form and hit submit to see if you’re pre-approved within seconds!


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Ear & Hearing Clinic is a locally owned and operated hearing clinic by award-winning Doctor of Audiology, Juliane Shantz.

We are proud to be serving our community with quality hearing solutions for over 20 years. Our Kitchener clinic was opened in 2004 and operates in the Williamsburg Plaza off Fischer-Hallman Rd.

All of our clinic locations are wheelchair-accessible with plenty of parking. Each clinic features state-of-the-art technology in a patient-centred environment.
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As hearing aid technology becomes smaller, so do their power sources.

But these batteries can be lethal in the wrong hands!

Click the link below to find out how these tiny batteries can be deadly to young children.
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Did you know? There are four types of hearing loss: Conductive, Sensorineural, Mixed and Central. If any part of the hearing system is unable to function, the result is hearing impairment.

Central hearing loss is caused by a problem with the auditory nerve or sound centres. Sound waves may travel through the ear but this nerve pathway is unable to send electrochemical impulses to the brain.

As a result the hearing centres do not receive the signals correctly. Central hearing loss can be a result of a head injury or disease. A common symptom is the ability to detect sound but not being able to understand it. Children suffering from auditory processing disorders fall into this category.
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Thanks to FaithFm for the weather update!

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Are you ready for Winter? If you love Winter, great news...we're getting our first big snowfall of the Season!
Environment Canada has issued a Winter Weather travel advisory for Waterloo Region and Southern Wellington County. We could see up to 10cm of snow starting this afternoon and into tomorrow. Drive carefully, and allow some extra time to get where you need to go.
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