The Hearing Aid Centre focuses on helping the hearing impaired and their families
connect hearing to a better quality of life.
The Hearing Aid Centre is a family owned and operated clinic since 1995, focusing on helping the hearing impaired and their families improve their quality of life.
As a community based clinic, we consider you a patient not a client, by attending to your hearing needs FIRST!
SHIMON SHNAIDMAN H.I.S
Shimon founded The Hearing Aid Centre
in 1995 after graduating as a Hearing
Instrument Dispenser in 1995 from
George Brown College. He completed
his internship at Sunnybrook Hospital.
Shimon wanted to maintain the highest
level of education which led to his
completion of the Hearing Instrument Specialist Program in 2000.
Shimon's interest in the geriatric community led him to work at Baycrest Hospital for 10 years as well as his private clinic, where he built strong professional relationships alongside a multi- disciplinary team including audiologists, physicians and Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists.
Rachelle Shnaidman, M. Sc.S. AuD.
Rachelle earned her Master’s of Health Science in Audiology from the University of Ottawa in 1996. She has extensive clinical experience which began in St. John’s Newfoundland, servicing people of all ages with hearing loss and vestibular disorders.
Rachelle then moved back to her home province of Ontario in 1997 to work as a clinical audiologist at North York General Hospital, Baycrest Hospital, and in several ENT clinics in the city of Toronto . These positions allowed Rachelle to gain a thorough understanding of hearing loss in people of all ages and gain extensive knowledge and experience in the dispensing of hearing devices.
Rachelle’s passion for her profession led her to obtain a Doctor of Audiology degree in 2010 from Salus University (Elkins Park, Pennsylvania). Rachelle currently works as a clinical audiologist for The Hearing Aid Centre.
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Registered members of
Veteran’s Affairs Canada (Formerly DVA).
Registered members of
The Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners
Registered members of The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board of Ontario (Formerly WCB).
Registered members of The Ministry of Health and LongTerm Care – Assistive Devices Program