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Find out more about Hearing loss and Dementia. Click here to download.

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Renée graduated from Ecole Secondaire Catholique Saint-Charles-Garnier in Whitby in 2004, from University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Science Degree in 2008, from University of Ottawa with a Masters’ degree in Audiology in 2010, and most recently, with a Doctor of Audiology Degree (Au. D.) from Salus University, Pennsylvania. The Au. D. program is uniquely designed to meet the

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Step 1 Otoscopy (looking in the ear canal) for any visible obstruction/damage. The hearing test is conducted in a sound treated booth. Headphones or inserts are used for air conduction and speech testing. A bone oscillator is placed behind the ear for bone conduction testing. Tones are presented to the person, varying in both pitch and loudness. A pushbutton is

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