Canada’s Oldest Family Owned & Independent Hearing Clinic, Supporting Multiple Generations of Families Across Ottawa and Eastern Ontario Since 1943.

 

Trusted by Thousands of Local People, Families, Doctors and Organizations for the Past 80 Years.

Canada’s Oldest Family Owned & Independent Hearing Clinic, Supporting Multiple Generations of Families Across Ottawa and Eastern Ontario Since 1943.

 

Trusted by Thousands of Local People, Families, Doctors and Organizations for the Past 80 Years.

Check Your Hearing

Wondering if you have hearing loss? This online screener allows you to check your hearing in just 3 minutes. All you need is a set of headphones.

Click Here To Start

Find A Location Near You

With 10 convenient locations in Eastern Ontario including 5 in the Ottawa area plus Arnprior, Brockville, Cornwall, Renfrew and Pembroke

See Our Locations

Order Supplies & Accessories

Our eStore allows you to order batteries, supplies, accessories and assistive listening devices online, from the comfort of your home.

Visit Our Online Shop

“Take it from me: Get your hearing checked. Life sounds amazing and you deserve to hear it all!”

Wayne Rostad
Spokesperson

What happens in a Hearing Test?

Watch this video to see an audiologist take Wayne through the different steps of a comprehensive hearing assessment.

How Our Family Can Help Yours!

Audiologist Ottawa

Advanced Hearing Testing

When Was Your Last Hearing Test?

Although most of us regularly have our eyes tested, our teeth checked and an annual health check-up, few people regularly test their hearing. Yet with hearing loss impacting 1 in 8 people and the World Health Organization predicting that it will double by 2050, it’s never been more important to prioritize a regular hearing health evaluation.

At Davidson Hearing Aid Centers, we’re passionate advocates for the importance of regular hearing assessments. We follow an array of industry best practices to not just check if you have a hearing loss but instead look beyond the ‘what’ to discover the ‘why. Finally, we provide you a comprehensive report that outlines clearly any issues found and explains how they could impact your day-to-day hearing.

If you or a loved one have experienced any hearing challenges, or are over the age of 55, then you are highly encouraged to schedule a hearing evaluation. The earlier any potential hearing challenge is caught, the more can be done to prevent it from worsening.

Audiologist Ottawa

Access to The Latest Hearing Technology

Partner with All Manufacturers to Recommend The Best Technology to Suit Your Unique Circumstances, Needs and Budget

Although so much has changed, there remains a stigma around hearing aids that originated based on the large clunky devices from decades ago. What surprises many people is that today’s technology is vastly different and has rapidly progressed and developed at the same speed as all other forms of technology.

Today’s hearing technology is small, discreet and in some cases, even invisible. Plus, with rechargeable batteries, Bluetooth connectivity and an ability to stream music, audio and phone calls from your phone, computer or television to your ears, they no longer just amplify your hearing, but amplify your life.

By partnering with all major manufacturers, you’re able to benefit from the best technology to meet your circumstances, needs and budget without any limitations.

Request a Callback

Whether you’re concerned about your hearing or a loved one’s hearing, it can be an overwhelming and confusing position to find yourself in. With so much conflicting and contradictory information available online, it can be confusing to know who to trust.

The good news is that we’re here to help.

If you have a question or would like some no-obligation professional advice, then simply complete this form and a member of our team will call you to answer your questions and offer you friendly support.

Remember, there’s no such thing as a silly question!

Meet Your Team Of Hearing Care Professionals

Have Questions About Hearing Loss?

This guide was created to help you understand the implications of hearing loss and what is involved in choosing the right hearing aids. It will provide you with background information and prompt you to ask the right questions before making a final decision. Hopefully this guide helps you on your journey towards improved hearing.

Recent Blog Posts