As Newcastle’s preferred Hearing Health Clinic we strive to offer the residents of the Village of Newcastle and surrounding areas the highest possible quality of care and service. We opened our doors in 2011 and the response from the community has been overwhelming. People have been so pleased with our level of care that they love to refer their friends and family members. Being residents of Newcastle, we truly are local. Located in the historic Massey Building across from Foodland, our professional team is prepared to work with any and all hearing aid models to ensure they are providing the greatest assistance possible.
John grew up hard of hearing from a young age and decided to dedicate his career to helping others who experience the same frustrations. It is because of this that he graduated from the Hearing Instrument Specialist program at George Brown College in 2006 and is a member of the Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners of Ontario. John began his work in hearing aid clinics in 2004 and also worked for a hearing aid manufacturer as a Product and Education Specialist. John continued to pursue excellence and became the first Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist in Durham Region with international accreditation. John and his wife Becky have a young son together. In his spare time John can be found volunteering within the community, hiking and enjoying culinary challenges.
M.Cl.Sc, Registered CASLPO Audiologist
Mark Bennett was born and raised in Brantford, Ontario. He developed a passion for community health while pursuing a bachelor’s degree in physiological psychology from Brock University. Here, he taught undergraduate health psychology seminars and helped establish rehabilitation programs for the Ontario March of Dimes in the Niagara region. Mark graduated from The University of Western Ontario with a Master’s of Clinical Science in Audiology. He has worked in multiple hearing clinics across Canada before joining our team of professionals in the Clarington and Northumberland communities. His current clinical and research interests are adult hearing-impaired treatment programs and aural rehabilitation.
Jennifer joined the team in September of 2015. She graduated from The Maine College of Art in 1995 with her Bachelor of Fine Arts. She loves art in all different media. Jennifer has been married for 23 years, has two teenage boys and has lived in Newcastle for 9 years. She enjoys being outdoors. Favourite activities include canoeing, sailing, rock climbing, hiking, skiing and tubing.
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