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March 23, 2020 Uncategorized0

In accordance with the Medical Officer of Health we are seeing Emergency Patients ONLY.

We are still here to help you in any way that we can.

Emergency Patients will still be scheduled. Please call us to discuss the problem or concern.

1. We will try to solve the problem by phone.

2. If possible, we will see people in the parking lot. We will pick up broken hearing aids or deliver batteries there.

3. If necessary, people may enter the building. They will be required to sanitize their hands and put on a mask.

Staff will be gloved and masked for all patient interaction.

Thank you for your cooperation.


March 16, 2020 Uncategorized0


How London Audiology Consultants is helping our clients.

As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve, we would like to assure you that London Audiology Consultants is doing everything we can to protect our clients and staff through this difficult time.
We have always had a strict infection protocol in place for the clinic, equipment and staff. We have added extra precautions to keep us all safe. You will notice increased use of gloves and masks in clinic as a safety precaution for you and us. This is and always has been our number one priority.
We ask the clients with cold or flu like symptoms or anyone who has recently travelled outside of Canada to please reschedule their appointment.
As the situation continues to evolve we will be here to support you with your hearing care needs and will keep you informed with updates.

Thank you for choosing London Audiology Consultants.

April 17, 2015 Uncategorized


Thursday April 30, 2015 from 2 to 4 PM

Julia Lozon Hearing Care Counselor

Canadian Hearing Society

Services for Seniors


Founded in 1940, the Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) is a charitable agency and the leading provider of services, products, and information that remove barriers to communication, advance hearing health, and promote equity for people who are culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing. As a Hearing Care Counselor, Julia provides services to people age 55+ with hearing loss. These services include counseling to help seniors improve communication with family and friends, stay involved in social activities, and remain safe and independent at home. In this session Julia will provide more information about CHS and the services that are available for seniors.

Talk at 2 pm followed by tea, coffee and light refreshments. Please join us and bring a friend or family member. Everyone is Welcome

November 4, 2014 Uncategorized

First Session! Thursday November 27, 2014 from 2 to 4 pm

Guest Speaker Peter Stelmacovich With Flora: a Hearing Ear Dog

Peter Stelmacovich is an Audiologist employed at Phonak Canada.  He received both his Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders and hisMaster’s degree in Audiology from the University of Western Ontario. Peter’s roles at Phonak have included regional sales manager for south western Ontario, FM Product Manager, and Director of Pediatric Sales.

Peter is also responsible for the product lines for patients with severe to profound hearing loss. Peter also has a profound hearing loss and uses a hearing aid, cochlear implant, and Roger wireless microphones to assist in communication. Combining both his professional training and personal life experiences, Peter’s mission is to share his knowledge and skills with all people with hearing loss in order that they live more fulfilling lives.

Talk at 2 pm followed by tea, coffee and light refreshments.

Please join us for the first meeting of the Hearing Club. Everyone is Welcome

People often ask us after a hearing test if they need hearing aids. If the person has a moderate hearing loss or poorer the answer is “yes” and we encourage them to give amplification a try. However, with this amount of loss, the hearing impaired person almost always knows they have a loss and is usually motivated to take the next steps to better hearing.
Sometimes it is more difficult for people with slight or mild hearing losses to decide if they should try hearing aids. Mild hearing losses do cause communication problems but the amount of difficulty really varies from one person to another. In these situations a communication assessment needs to be done. Some questions the audiologist may ask are:


Who do you communicate with the most? Can you hear that person? Are you or your significant other getting frustrated with your poor hearing?


How often are you in groups or crowds? Do you attend meetings, church, or family gatherings? Are you having difficulty in these situations?


Do you have difficulty hearing the TV or radio? Are other people complaining that you have the volume too loud?


What are the demands on your hearing? Are you still working? How important is it to hear what clients, co-workers, or supervisors are saying? Are you on the telephone a lot with your job?


How difficult is it to hear in your everyday environment? Is there background noise? Are you listening over a distance?


Is your hearing loss causing stress in your life? Are you less likely to attend social events because you worry that you cannot hear?


These questions help us answer whether hearing aids are needed. We have to take into account more than just the amount of hearing loss and consider how much communication loss results. How we interact with our communication partners is key. They are affected by the hearing loss as well. For this reason it is a good idea for family members to attend these appointmentments with you.


Together, we can answer the question, “Do I need hearing aids?”

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