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The CHS Difference

The Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) provides audiology and hearing aid-related services at locations across Ontario. We provide products, services, and information relating to hearing loss, as well as a wide range of accessible education and support programs for both adults and children. With a dedicated provincial team of audiologists and support staff, you can rest assured that you will receive only the highest quality of care and consideration.

Why choose CHS?

Price - We give great consideration to our fees and do our utmost to keep them as reasonable as possible. CHS frequently offers hearing aid sales and our Sound Rewards and Sound Umbrella service programs helps to keep maintenance and care costs affordable. 

Community - As a registered not-for-profit, the proceeds from our hearing aid sales are invested back into our programs. People who buy hearing aids from CHS can feel good about their purchase knowing that it is going directly towards all the valuable work CHS does for those with hearing loss.

Neutrality - CHS has an independent and neutral business model. We work equally with all hearing aid manufacturers, do not have exclusive relationships and our audiologists do not work on commission. CHS audiologists are able to prescribe whatever hearing aid is best suited for your communication needs without any business or professional bias.

Expertise - CHS has a wealth of knowledge available to our clients. We look at hearing loss in every way it affects your life. Through our Hearing Help Classes, Aural Rehabilitation and Communication Devices programs, support groups, workshops and networks, we are able to help you adjust to your hearing loss and communication needs with a diverse range of solutions. Expertise – on your terms! 

Trust - As the largest non-profit of its kind in North America, CHS has been the most trusted name in hearing healthcare since 1940. Before there were university training programs in audiology, regulatory bodies or provincial audiology associations, CHS was – and continues to be – the leader in hearing healthcare, providing information and services to the government and the public.

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