Patients of the H.A. Leeper clinic come for a wide range of services, for people of all ages. We accept self-referrals from potential patients. If you wish to request an appointment, please contact us. We provide the following clinical services. Please click on the links for each to see more detailed information:
- Infant hearing assessment and hearing aid fitting
- Hearing assessment for children or adults
- Hearing aid fitting services
- Hearing aid accessories (batteries, cleaning supplies)
- Custom earmold fitting services for hearing aids, water protection (swim plugs) or telephone device use
- Cerumen management
- Assistive device evaluations and fittings
- Group programs for seniors with hearing loss
- Assessment of Auditory Processing (also known as Central Auditory Processing)
For speech, language, and voice:
- Preschool speech and language assessments and intervention
- Speech and language services for adults with neurogenic disorders, such as stroke, brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and other condition
- Fluency assessment and intervention (all ages)
- Voice assessment and intervention (all ages)
Getting to our clinic:
Detailed directions on how to find our clinic are located here.
Please note that appointments are typically available between 8:30 and 5:00, Monday to Friday. A typical assessment appointment will last for one to two hours, depending upon the type of assessment so please plan accordingly.
If you require refreshments while at our clinic, Betty’s cafeteria is located nearby in the building. It closes each day at 2:30 p.m, and is closed entirely from mid-April to the end of August. While open, Betty’s offers a small selection of soup, sandwiches, baked goods, snacks, and beverages. Patients with dietary restrictions may wish to bring their own food as required. After hours, there are several fast food restaurants within walking distance of our building.
In our waiting room, we provide hand sanitizer pumps, comfortable seating, magazines, and toys for toddlers and preschoolers. Our clinic rooms and washrooms are fully wheelchair accessible and the washroom has an infant change station that will accommodate double strollers.
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.
Fees for Services
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
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
Individual Therapy - 10 weeks (fall/winter terms) - $160
Individual Therapy - 8 weeks (spring term) - $140
Aphasia, Individual and Group Therapy - 10 weeks (fall/winter terms) - $160
- 8 weeks (spring term) - $140
Aphasia, Group Therapy only - $60 each term.
tykeTALK services - no charge