Our facility is equipped with the newest technology. This equipment helps us to accurately determine the type, degree and configuration of a person’s hearing loss. Only after a thorough assessment, can decisions be made regarding the necessary treatment, which can include hearing aids or referral for medical treatment.
If you need hearing aids, we offer the newest hearing aid technology in a range of styles designed to match your hearing loss and your lifestyle.
A Doctor of Audiology will conduct all the tests and procedures. We are equipped with the most advanced test equipment and use the latest evidence-based test protocols to ensure an accurate and comprehensive evaluation of your hearing. We adhere to the strictest ethical and professional guidelines.
If you are a candidate for amplification, a comprehensive assessment allows us to recommend the best solutions to help optimize your ability to hear.
We will explain the test results to you in detail. The more you understand about your level of hearing loss and the solutions that are available to you, the more benefit and satisfaction you will receive from your investment in better hearing.
We provide precise and professional reports of results and treatment plan to your family physician and other professionals when required.
We deal with a variety of top manufacturers to offer a complete line-up of technologically advanced hearing devices. We are not partial to one manufacturer, and instead we select the hearing aids that will best suit your personal hearing needs. This is a necessary part of effective treatment as one manufacturer does not suit all hearing needs
Even the most advanced and expensive hearing instruments will disappoint if they are not the type or style best suited for your level of hearing loss. We are skilled at fitting and programming hearing aids based on the results of your hearing tests and hearing needs. The most advanced fitting methods and equipment are used to make ensure the best outcome.
We offer a full line-up of assistive listening devices, hearing protection devices, swim plugs, batteries and other hearing accessories.
We are dedicated to your long-term hearing health care. Your relationship with us continues beyond your initial appointment. Follow-up care includes ongoing office visits to ensure good hearing health and to make certain your hearing aids continue to work as they should.
We will teach you how to care for your hearing devices at the time of your initial fitting and also we encourage you to visit us any time for a complete and thorough cleaning of your hearing instruments.
We can service and repair your hearing instruments in our office. If your hearing device ultimately needs to be sent out for repair, we will be glad to expedite that service for you.
Albert Chaves holds a Bachelor of Science degree with Honours in Biology from McMaster University, a Master of Clinical Science degree in Audiology from the University of Western Ontario and a Doctor of Audiology degree from A.T. Still University of Health Sciences.
Albert is committed to ongoing professional development. He is a fellow of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) and the American Academy of Audiology (AAA). He is also a member of the Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA) and of Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC).
Albert has established a reputation for clinical excellence during the 25 years he has served the Cambridge community and surrounding areas. He provides a wide range of services, including diagnostic testing, hearing aid fittings and cerumen management. Albert’s clinical interests include diagnostics and advanced hearing technology.
Albert is committed to providing evidence-based and individualized care to his patients to best assist them overcome the challenges of hearing loss and improve their qualify of life.
Brittany Schuett earned dual Bachelor of Science degrees in Psychology and Speech and Hearing Sciences from Arizona State University, a Master of Clinical Science degree from the University of Western Ontario, and a Doctorate degree in Audiology from Salus University in Pennsylvania. She was awarded honours for graduating top of her class in her undergraduate and doctorate programs. With interests in pediatric audiology, Brittany worked as a research assistant in pediatric amplification research labs for 3 years and has co-authored two publications.
A Cambridge native, Brittany returned to the area and has worked clinically as an audiologist since 2014. She provides care for patients of all ages with a focus in the paediatric population experiencing difficulties with hearing, inattention, speech delay and autism. Provided care can include but is not limited to, diagnostic testing, hearing aid fittings and verification, cerumen management, custom noise protection and counselling for patients and their families. All treatment plans are individualized, evidenced-based and incorporate the patient’s care team as required.