Natasha completed her undergraduate degree at Western university in Health Sciences with Biology and minored in French. She later received her Bachelor of Education from Western University with the intention to teach high school students French and Biology. While completing her teachers college degree, Natasha tutored a girl with severe hearing impairment. She was already working as a client care coordinator at a hearing clinic in London, Ontario, and both experiences with the audiology world had her reconsider her career path. After completing teachers college, Natasha was admitted to the Masters of Clinical Science in Audiology program at Western University, where she graduated in 2013.
Natasha initially began her career after graduation working for a corporate hearing chain and left after a desire to provide a more personal and boutique audiology service to her patients. She co-owned a group of clinics in Oshawa and Stouffville for four years, before leaving and deciding she needed to be a little closer to home In Toronto.
Over the past several years, Natasha has seen young adults struggling to obtain employment due to their hearing loss successfully enter the job market. She’s seen infants hear their first sounds, and seniors reconnect with grandchildren and friends because they’ve made the active and healthy choice to treat their hearing loss. Hearing loss can affect a person at any age, and it has been heartwarming to share in a patient’s hearing health care journey and see first hand the significant impact an audiologist can have on someone’s life. One of her favourite memories is when a patient called her to report how excited she was to hear bacon sizzle again!
At Toronto Hearing Consultants, Natasha strives to promote hearing health awareness, hearing conservation, and provide education to patients on the importance of a baseline hearing assessment. Hearing health is often neglected in an annual health check, and part of Toronto Hearing Consultant’s mission is to draw awareness to preserving this vital sense, all while providing a boutique and personal experience for every patient treated at the clinic.
Natasha is also a resident of Bloor West Village and is excited to be providing this wonderful, tight-knit community with independent and local audiology services, where patients’ individual needs, lifestyle, budget, and goals are all integrated into the treatment plan. In her spare time, Natasha enjoys checking out every new restaurant in Toronto, reading, listening to podcasts, and fashion. She enjoys travelling and her favourite trip to date has been to Iceland. Her next one has to be the Amalfi Coast!