Brian has been an Audiologist for the past 23 years. Raised in his hometown of Owen Sound, he obtained his Master of Science degree in Audiology from Dalhousie University in 1988.
Brian was the Supervisor of Audiology at the Canadian Hearing Society in Toronto in the 1990's. He also worked for two leading hearing aid manufacturers, first as sales manager for Ontario and then in Research and Development. Here he helped develop and test new hearing aids and conducted field trial research on emerging technology in hearing aids. Throughout his career, Brian has worked closely with Ear Nose and Throat physicians and is a past President of the Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA).
Brian will help you select the proper hearing aids to suit your lifestyle and needs and enhance your hearing and communicative ability.
Tracy graduated with her Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Western Ontario in 2001. She has worked as a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) in hospital, school, clinic and daycare settings. She has experience working with children and adults, presenting with speech and language needs, delays and disorders. Tracy completed her Master's thesis studying the speech of individuals presenting with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). She has taken additional courses in the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), and several Hanen programs.
Prior to becoming a Speech-Language Pathologist, Tracy became a teacher, and has worked both as a teacher and educational assistant.
Tracy will assist you or your loved one in assessing and treating your communication needs. For solutions to your speech language and voice needs, call Tracy today for an appointment.
Carrie was born and raised in Owen Sound. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics from Brock University followed by three years at George Brown College to receive her certification as a Hearing Instrument Specialist. Carrie happily moved back to Owen Sound where she lives with her husband and daughter and has been working in the hearing healthcare profession for the last fourteen years.
Kerolyn has been a receptionist and office manager in the hearing healthcare field for the past 21 years. When she first started, hearing aid settings were simply changed with a screwdriver. Now, everything is computerized with technology advancing every year.
Hearing loss knows no age limit, so Kerolyn has come to know patients of all ages, watched kids grow up, move away and inevitably pass away.
She lives with her husband of 27 years in Kemble (where she grew up) and has two children and two grandchildren.
Tory is a graduate from the Communicative Disorders Assistant program at Durham College in August, 2015, graduating with honours. Previous to this she received her diploma in Early Childhood Education from Fanshawe College in 2014. After completing her co-op placements while in the CDA program she grew a passion for hearing. After graduating from the program, Tory moved back to her hometown of Priceville. Tory has recently joined our team as a CDA and as a community screener for the SouthWest Region Infant Hearing Program. Tory screens the hearing of newborn infants at the hospital as well as in the community and performs hearing tests in our office under the supervision of our Audiologist, Brian Morassutti.Tory looks forward to working with individuals in the community and helping everyone of all ages with their hearing needs and concerns.