Earscan is a hearing clinic in Toorak offering independent audiological advice and technology to overcome individual communication difficulties. Our personalised service aims to provide bespoke solutions to assist hearing impaired listeners enjoy life unaffected by their hearing loss where possible.
Earscan provides a full range of personalised audiological services.
SWIM & SLEEP PLUGS
MIDDLE EAR FUNCTION TESTS
PRINCIPAL AUDIOLOGIST & DIRECTOR
As principal audiologist and director of Earscan my goal is to provide a customised service to individuals, at times working with family members and other loved ones, to achieve the best possible outcome.
I began working in the provision of hearing services in 2002 and over the years have specialised in fitting hearing aids and assistive listening devices to overcome communication difficulties.
I completed a post graduate Diploma in Audiological Science and a Master of Clinical Audiology, both at Melbourne University. My research project looked at current and future trends in hearing aid technology, a keen interest of mine.
I also completed a Bachelor of Social Science in Socio-Environmental Assessment and Policy and as a result, Earscan has implemented environmentally friendly practices in the office to reduce waste and encourage recycling.
Earscan is located at 467 Toorak Road, Toorak with Eyescan, conveniently on street level near the pedestrian crossing in the heart of Toorak Village.
Street parking is available with a large carpark located behind the store in Jackson street (Woollies car park). The 58 tram stop is a few meters form the from door and bus stops are also located nearby.
Do you have health issues restricting your mobility? Do you rely on friends or family to bring you in? If you would like to ask us about our home visit service please contact us on 0412 414 323.
INTERESTED IN A PAYMENT PLAN?
We realise how important it is for those with hearing difficulties to have the latest technology to perform well at university or in the work place, but understand that maintaining and/or purchasing new hearing aids when required can be difficult financially.