I’ve been helping people with their hearing concerns for over 29 years and I truly consider it a privilege to serve my patients. They’ve entrusted me with their care, so listening carefully to what they have to tell me is incredibly important. Hearing loss is highly personal, and each patient’s experience so unique that it is critical to understand exactly what they are experiencing in order to come up with the best solution to suit their needs.Kelly Kirkwood
Kelly Kirkwood, M.Sc. Audiologist
Kelly Kirkwood holds a Master’s Degree in Audiology and a Bachelor of Science in Communicative Disorders from the University of Western Ontario.
Prior to opening her Milton practice, Kelly offered audiology services at clinics in Burlington and Georgetown. Kelly also worked alongside an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) specialist in Burlington for 12 years. She has held clinical Audiologist positions at Mississauga Hospital, St. Michael’s Hospital, and a supervisory role in Audiology at Toronto East General Hospital.
Kelly is the recipient of many awards of excellence and scholarships. She is a published clinician, registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO). Kelly credits her strong desire to find the right solution for each patient as her motivation. She insists that patient understanding of their hearing loss and the options available to them is key to finding the best hearing aid and achieving a successful rehabilitation.
A local Milton resident, Kelly is very active in her community as a strong supporter of many sports teams, community charities and fundraising events.
Denise Lauder Office Administrator
As Hearing for Life’s Office Administrator, Denise offers friendly professional assistance to our patients and is happy to take your calls in regards to any questions you may have as well as booking appointments. Denise is a local Milton resident. Her primary focus has always been to provide the utmost in customer care and service.