Nancy Chan is a member in good standing with the Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners of Ontario (AHIP). She is the past Chair of Education and Quality Assurance with AHIP. As the Chair of Quality Assurance, Nancy raised the standards for hearing testing and hearing aid verification requirements in Ontario. Nancy has also served as the Ontario Director of the Canadian Hearing Instrument Practitioners Society (CHIPS), promoting awareness for hearing health on a national level.
Nancy holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Linguistics from the University of Ottawa, graduating magna cum laude. During her university studies, Nancy volunteered to help people with speech and hearing difficulties. It was during her volunteer work in a variety of settings that Nancy discovered her passion for helping the hard of hearing population.
Nancy subsequently completed the Hearing Instrument Dispenser program at George Brown College and the Hearing Aid Practitioner program at MacEwan University, graduating from both programs with Honours standing.
Nancy has been helping people with their hearing concerns since 1997. Prior to establishing her own private practice in 2008, Nancy worked in a hearing clinic in Burlington with 2 Audiologists and 2 Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists.
Nancy continues to volunteer to help the geriatric population. She also volunteers to advance the status of girls and women both locally and globally.
"I understand living with a hearing loss affects every aspect of your life. It is my goal to help you understand your hearing loss, improve communication with your friends and family and be able to participate in the activities you enjoy. Together, we will find a hearing solution that meets your unique needs as well as your budget."