Love your hearing.
Protect your hearing.

Toronto Hearing Consultants is a boutique, full service hearing clinic in the heart of Bloor West Village. The clinic is independent and locally owned by audiologist, Natasha Manji.

Love your hearing.
Protect your hearing.

Toronto Hearing Consultants is a boutique, full service hearing clinic in the heart of Bloor West Village. The clinic is independent and locally owned by audiologist, Natasha Manji.

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The Toronto Hearing Consultants promise

to listen.to empathize.objective advice.high clinical competency.exceptional aftercare.
Our Mission

Toronto Hearing Consultants is committed to your hearing health care. Hearing is our most precious sense and vital to our quality of life and safety. With a passion to serve, our audiologists focus on reconnecting our patients with friends, family and the world around them, all while providing a boutique experience for every patient treated at the clinic. We are dedicated to clinical excellence, advocacy for our patients, and early identification of hearing loss. Patients can be confident they will experience a great level of personal care at our Toronto hearing clinic.

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Meet Your Toronto Audiologist and Hearing Clinic Owner

Natasha Manji, Masters of Clinical Science in Audiology

Natasha is an audiologist who resides in Bloor West Village and is excited to be providing this wonderful, tight-knit community with independent and local audiology services, where patients’ individual needs, lifestyles, budgets, and goals are all integrated into the treatment plan. At Toronto Hearing Consultants, Natasha strives to promote hearing awareness, hearing conservation and prevention, and provide education on the importance of a baseline hearing test. Hearing health is often neglected during an annual checkup, and part of Toronto Hearing Consultant’s mission is to draw awareness to preserving this vital sense.

Natasha completed her undergraduate and Masters degree from Western University in London, ON. Western University is a world leader in the field of audiology, and only accepts a small number of students annually into its state-of-the-art program.

Click below to learn more about Natasha.

Favourite Sounds

Natasha’s favourite sounds are biting into a crisp apple and pancake batter hitting a hot griddle.

Did you Know?
  • It takes an average of 7 years before someone with hearing loss seeks help
  • 35 percent of Canadian adults have some degree of hearing loss in the high pitches
  • 90 percent of hearing loss can be treated with hearing aids
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Signs of Hearing Loss

If you notice any of the following signs, it is time to schedule a hearing test. Some people may experience all of the symptoms, while some people may experience just one or two. One sign is enough to warrant scheduling a hearing assessment and determining if there is any hearing loss present. Book an appointment for a hearing test if you experience the following:

  • difficulty hearing in background noise

  • constantly asking people to repeat themselves
  • family and friends complaining the television is too loud

  • difficulty hearing on the phone
  • bluffing through conversation
  • feeling as if everyone is mumbling
  • feeling as if you can hear, but not understand
  • feeling exhausted after attending busy social events, also known as listener’s fatigue
  • tinnitus or ringing in the ear
  • withdrawing from social situations

Testimonials

“Audiologists in Ontario are regulated medical professionals and are not allowed to seek testimonials. We are governed by the College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists of Ontario(CASLPO), which exists to protect the public. Publishing testimonials or using any form of one in advertisements is strictly prohibited. Should you see hearing health care websites with testimonials, please be aware their services are not provided by an audiologist or regulated health care professional.”

The Hearing Consultants

Insurance

We work with all insurance plans and third party insurers.

Manufacturers

Unlike corporate hearing clinics, Toronto Hearing Consultants is independently owned, and not associated with a manufacturer. This allows us to work with all vendors, and prescribe the latest and best hearing devices and solutions suitable for patients’ unique needs, lifestyles, degree of hearing loss, and style preferences.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to see an audiologist in Ontario?2022-11-04T13:33:05+00:00

Services provided by an audiologist range in costs. A hearing test for patients under 50 is $75 at the clinic. A hearing test for patients over 50 is $50. Pediatric hearing tests (patients under 18) are charged $100 for a hearing test.

Ear wax removal services are $90. A general office visit is $45.

Hearing device prescriptions and dispenses are bundled with a service plan, meaning a patient who purchases hearing devices at the clinic is entitled to three years of office visits.

The clinic provides other services and products as well, including custom ear plugs, auditory processing disorder testing, hearing aid batteries, hearing aid cleaning sprays, products for itchy ears, and products to help dissolve ear wax. Prospective patients are encouraged to call the clinic for more information on pricing for these services and products.

Is an audiologist an actual doctor?2022-11-04T13:33:14+00:00

An audiologist is not a medical doctor. Audiologists carry a masters and/or doctoral degree and are regulated health professionals governed by the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario. They are primary health care providers who focus on the prevention of hearing loss as well the identification, management and treatment of both hearing and balance problems. They are able to direct their career path in many different directions, including private practice, hospital work, education, research, and administration. They are also able to work with any age of the population to provide hearing solutions, including those with special needs.

What is the difference between an audiologist and a hearing specialist?2022-11-04T13:33:24+00:00

Audiologists carry a masters and/or doctoral degree and are regulated health professionals governed by the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario. They are primary health care providers who focus on the prevention of hearing loss as well the identification, management and treatment of both hearing and balance problems. They are able to direct their career path in many different directions, including private practice, hospital work, education, research, and administration. They are also able to work with any age of the population to provide hearing solutions, including those with special needs.

Hearing instrument specialists are able to complete their education immediately after secondary school at a college offering the program. The program can be offered online as well. They are limited in scope to the adult population, and focus on hearing tests and dispensing hearing devices. While they are not regulated by any college, they are members of their association in Ontario. It is important to note that associations serve their members interests, while regulatory colleges serve and protect the public. This is why audiologists are not permitted to have testimonials on their website or at their clinic/centre.

When deciding on which clinic to begin your hearing health care journey, it is important to be aware of the differences between the two professionals and make an informed decision. Hopefully, the above information helps you select a clinic that provides a high degree of knowledge, patience, empathy, and service.

Does OHIP cover hearing aids?2022-11-04T13:33:34+00:00

Partially. Through the Assistive Devices Program, patients receive $500 per ear towards hearing devices every 3-5 years. Our clinic will complete the paperwork required and submit to the Assistive Devices Program should the patient decide to pursue a hearing aid/device prescription. The paperwork is handled by the clinic and the $500 per ear does not need to be paid upfront. The first step is scheduling a hearing test at our centre and determining if hearing loss is present; our team can then discuss and provide solutions for hearing devices or treatment. We provide hearing devices and solutions suitable for all budgets and lifestyles. At certain times of the year, there are also offers from hearing aid manufacturers on the latest hearing device technology which the clinic is happy to pass on to our patients.

What are the first signs of tinnitus?2022-11-04T13:14:35+00:00

Experiencing hearing loss or a “ringing” sensation in your ears is the first sign of tinnitus. People who have been exposed to loud noises through their career or recreational activities (e.g, musicians, fire fighters, construction workers, aircraft mechanics), usually report occasional or constant tinnitus.

Tinnitus most often presents in patients over 60, although a person of any age can experience tinnitus. Tinnitus is most often correlated with hearing loss, but can also be caused by certain medications, stress, caffeine intake or smoking.

If you are experiencing tinnitus, please call the clinic today to make an appointment for a hearing test to determine if there is any hearing loss present. The audiologist will be able to discuss solutions, possible causes, and treatment options.  Early detection of hearing loss and early intervention with a hearing device results in the best outcomes for preserving hearing and managing tinnitus.

Is there a fee for a hearing test?2022-11-04T13:13:57+00:00

A hearing test for patients under 50 is $75 at the clinic. A hearing test for patients over 50 is $50. Pediatric hearing tests (patients under 18) are charged $100 for a hearing test. The hearing test is comprehensive and includes a full investigation into the patient’s hearing and ear health.

Are Audiology services like hearing tests and ear wax removal covered by OHIP?2022-11-04T13:15:18+00:00

Unfortunately, services provided at audiology clinics such as hearing tests and ear wax removal are not services covered by OHIP. However, most private insurance plans do cover audiology services and our clinic is happy to provide a detailed invoice to our patients to submit at the end of the appointment. It is worth making a call to your private insurance plans as prevention is key and scheduling regular hearing tests at our clinic is important for maintaining hearing health.

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