Communication Sciences and DisordersWestern Health Sciences

Services & Fees

Patients of all ages visit the H.A. Leeper clinic for a wide range of services. We accept self-referrals from potential patients. If you wish to request an appointment, please contact us.

Audiology Services

Our audiology services are available to the public, both children to adults.

Our goal is to improve the quality of life for our patients by providing them with the best possible up-to-date assessment procedures, and the most appropriate recommendations available to facilitate their hearing and speech understanding.

Assessment Services

  • Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) evaluations for children and adults
  • Hearing evaluations for infants, children and adults
  • Middle ear function testing
  • Otoacoustic emission (OAE) screenings
  • Tinnitus evaluations
  • Video otoscopy

Rehabilitation Services

  • Assistive listening device selection, demonstration, and dispensing
  • Cerumen (earwax) removal
  • Hearing aid consultations
  • Prescribing, fitting, and dispensing hearing aids of all styles and levels of technology
  • Custom earmold impressions for:
    • Hearing aids
    • Noise protection earplugs
    • Swimming earplugs
    • Custom-fitted mobile phone headsets
    • Musician’s earplugs

Classes for Adults with Hearing Loss
These adult aural rehabilitation classes are offered regularly and focus on understanding your hearing loss, strategies for better communication, and getting the most out of assistive technology. Audiologists and audiology students work with small groups of adults in one of two courses.

Course One: Hearing Loss & Strategies for Improving Communucation

In this six-session program you will learn about:

  • Hearing & hearing loss
  • Hearing aid orientation
  • Improving your communication I: Your communication environment
  • Assistive devices I: Listening devices
  • Assistive devices II: Telephone & alerting devices
  • Improving your communication II: Using effective communication strategies

Course Two: An Introduction to Speechreading

In this six session program you will learn about:

  • What is speechreading?
  • What the sounds of English look like on the mouth.
  • What sounds are easiest and what sound are most difficult to see on the mouth.
  • How body language & facial expressions contribute to understanding messages.
  • How you can use context to help you understand when you do not hear all of the message.

To register in either of these classes, please download and fill out the form below. To register, you can bring it in, mail it, fax it, or email it to us. Please contact us with any questions.

Clinical Faculty

We have three full-time clinical faculty audiologists who supervise graduate students in Audiology and provide direct services to patients of all ages. They are registered members of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO), and associate members of the National Centre for Audiology (NCA).

Fees for Services & Accessories

ServicePrice (CDN $)
Infant hearing program services No charge
Child Hearing Assessment $25
Adult Hearing Assessment $50
Adult Courses on Hearing Loss or Speechreading No charge
Auditory Processing Assessment (Child and Adult) $80
AccessoriesPrice (CDN $)
Adult earmolds, swim molds or musician earplugs $60 per ear
Children’s earmolds $45 per ear
Musician’s earmolds $150 per set
Swim molds $90 per set

Speech-Language Pathology Services

Our speech-language pathology services are available to anyone in the public who is living with specific communication disorders including: voice disorders, stuttering, and adult speech and language disorders resulting from a neurogenic diagnosis (stroke, brain injury, Parkinsons etc).

Our goal is to improve the quality of life for our clients by providing them with the best possible comprehensive assessment and treatment options.

Assessment and Individualized Treatment

Treatment for:

  • Children and adults with voice disorders
  • Adults with dysarthria, apraxia, and other oral motor/ speech difficulties
  • Adults living with aphasia, including spouses, family members, and other partners
  • Children and adults who stutter, on an individual basis

Group Programs

  • Group Therapy for people with aphasia
  • Intensive Summer Group Programs for children and adults who stutter
  • Group Refresher Programs for people who stutter
  • After School Group Programs for children who stutter

Clinical Faculty

We have two full-time and three part-time clinical faculty speech-language pathologists who supervise graduate students in their Masters program in Speech-Language Pathology. They are registered members of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO).

Fees for Services

ServicePrice (CDN $)
Individual Therapy (10 weeks, fall/winter terms) $160
Individual Therapy (8 weeks, spring term) $140
Aphasia, Individual & Group Therapy (10 weeks, fall/winter terms) $160
Aphasia, Individual & Group Therapy (8 weeks, spring term) $140
Aphasia, Group Therapy Only  $60 each term
tykeTALK services No charge


PLEASE NOTE: Our clinic is a teaching clinic. In your appointment, you may be offered services by a student clinician who is in our program and who is closely supervised by our clinical faculty members. In all cases, the supervisor is a registered member of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologist of Ontario.

It is also likely that our students may be observing your session. Observing students may be in the same room, or they may be observing through a one-way mirror. You will be informed that a student will be providing services, and all students are working with a supervisor. In all cases, the supervisor is a registered member of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologist of Ontario.