AudioLogic was established to create a place where adults and children can access quality hearing healthcare including screenings, comprehensive assessments and management of Hearing Loss, Auditory Processing Disorders (APD) and Tinnitus/Decreased Sound Tolerance.
We focus on the whole person, not just their auditory problems. We educate and inform the patient and their family as well as those providing direct care and education about hearing loss, APD, tinnitus-decreased sound tolerance and their impact on daily life. We help you and your family make decisions about how to care for your hearing using methods that may include hearing aids, assistive technology, tinnitus retraining therapy and auditory training.
Whether at home, school, work or in social settings, we help you make sense of what you hear!
Karen Myers is committed to providing compassionate, kind and professional care for her patients while using current best-practice methods. Her services are based on recent research and evidence-based-protocols. She enjoys working with both adults and children. Karen has a wealth of experience in various aspects of Audiology including Hearing Assessment and Amplification services, the assessment and management of Auditory Processing Disorders and Tinnitus/Decreased Sound Tolerance. Having lived in Windsor since early childhood, Karen has a strong connection to our unique and diverse local community .
Karen is a graduate of Andrews University (B.A. in Communication Disorders), Western Michigan University (M.A. in Audiology), and Salus University, where she earned a Doctorate in Audiology (Au.D.). Karen is trained to provide Tinnitus Retraining Therapy. She is registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO). She is also a member of the Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA).
AudioLogic is located in Suite 105 of the Medical Professional Centre at 2462 Howard Avenue.
This central location offers easy access to premium hearing healthcare care for everyone.