Our passion is healthy hearing, and our goal is the improvement of your quality of life. We offer the following hearing health services in our clinic:
Rob Hamilton is the owner and clinician at Hearing Well Matters! Rob has spent over 30 years working in Canadian healthcare. Rob lives with high frequency hearing loss and wears modern hearing aids himself, so he really understands on a first-hand basis what patients go through. Taylor Reid is our trusted Receptionist and Marketing Manager. Taylor is currently a marketing student at Humber College striving for her Marketing Bachelor of Commerce Degree. For more than 6 years she has experienced multiple customer service and administrative based jobs in the Halton Area. She brings an ample amount of administrative and marketing experience, great customer focus, and a cheery welcoming smile to the clinic. She is looking forward to meeting and establishing long-term relationships with all our patients, and is a strong believer that truly Hearing Well Matters!
The simple pleasures of life are made much more enjoyable by being able to hear them well. Hearing well really does mean living well. Hearing Well Matters! is a new family-owned and independently-operated hearing clinic in central Burlington. We are dedicated to offering individualized, patient-centered hearing healthcare that caters to all lifestyles and budgets.
The twist is that Hearing Well Matters! offers a convenient service for Burlington residents, using the latest in computer technology: Mobile hearing screening. This cutting-edge service is ideal for those who would like to have their hearing assessed preliminarily at home, in nursing homes/ seniors’ residences or in the hospital.
Untreated hearing loss can lead to many adverse health conditions. Some of the scientific information may surprise you.
Adults with untreated hearing loss may be two to five times more likely to go on to develop dementia.
Adults with hearing loss may experience a 30-40% faster decline in their cognitive abilities versus those without.
Those with untreated hearing loss may have significantly higher incidence of social isolation and depression.
People living with hearing loss are three times more likely to have a history of falling.
Could you be experiencing the effect of untreated hearing loss?
This service is ideal for those who would like to have their hearing initially assessed at home, in nursing homes/seniors residences or in the hospital.
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Explore the exciting new option of home hearing screenings, or to book your comprehensive hearing assessment in our clinic today! Call us at 905-681-4327 or schedule right now using our scheduler.