Audiology Centre West inc. is a private audiology clinic which was founded in 1997 by Sylvie Auger M.O.A., audiologist.
Our professionnal audiologists are all licensed members of the Ordre des Orthophonistes et des Audiologistes du Québec (OOAQ) and are also affiliated to Canadian and American professionnal associations and to numerous end users associations. They all are abilitated and qualified to work with pediatric and adult customers.
Ms. Auger has worked many years in the public health system in both hospital and rehabiliation center settings prior to founding Audiology Centre West inc. Also an assistant professor and guest speaker at the Université de Montréal and at the Université d’Ottawa,she is also regularly invited to lecture on the topics of tinnitus, vestibular problems in general and hearing health for musicians in professionnal and scientific venues, as well as public events.
Ms. Auger received specific training to attend to persons who suffer with tinnitus and hyperacusis or with vestibular problems and is often called upon to act as an expert in medical-legal evaluation cases (CSST, SAAQ, DVA and others). She graduated from Université de Montréal in 1984 with a masters’ degree in both Speech Language Pathology and Audiology.
Graduated from McGill university in 1988 with a master’s degree in applied science specialized in audiology. Ms. Cadloff Prupas has worked in a hospital setting in Ontario and was also very much involved as a resource audiologist for an association of hearing impaired persons, here in Montreal. The Université de Montréal and the University of Ottawa use her services as a clinical supervisor for their audiology students who are completing an internship.
Ms. Cadloff Prupas is well known and respected by her peers for the expertise that she has developped in the area of auditory processing disorders both in identifiying the problem and in offering some rehabilitation. She also offers rehabilitation services to hearing impaired adults (LACE program, lip reading, communication strategies etc).
Graduated from Western Ontario university in 2000 with a master’s degree in clinical sciences, specialized in Audiology.
Ms. Tsagaroulis has acquired experience in a hospital setting in Ontario prior to moving back to Montreal where she joined our team. She currently works at the Jewish General Hospital in the audiology department, as well as at our clinic. In both workplaces she has developed an expertise in neo natal hearing screening. At our facility, she is usually involved in the assessment of toddlers and also in auditory processing testing in English.
Graduated in 2013 from Université de Montréal with a professionnal masters degree in Audiology.
In her clinical research project, Ms. Chartrand looked more specifically into bilateral cochlear implants and bimodal fitting (one side using a cochlear implant and the other using a hearing aid).
At our facility, she works with children, adults, musicians & music industry artisans, as well as with people who present with vertigo and balance problems.
graduated from Université de Montréal in 2013 with a professional master in audiology and a certificate in geriatrics. The knowledge acquired during her master’s final project (Effects of hearing loss on working memory in older adults) and certificate in geriatrics has allowed her to accumulate experience and knowledge to work with adults and elderlies. Furthermore, as a practicing audiologist in our clinic, she has developed expertise to evaluate children as well as Auditory Processing in children and adults.
Graduated from the University of Montreal in 2013 with a professional masters’ degree in audiology. During her clinical research project she studied more specifically the area of neo natal screening of infants who were exposed to teratogenetic agents (substances which provoke malformations).
She is currently working full time at our clinic where she has developed an expertise in balance & vertigo assessment. She is also involved in pediatric audiology as well as in the musicians' clinic.
Graduated with a professionnal master’s degree in audiology from Université de Montréal in 2013. Her research project was on compression systems in hearing aids. She has acquired her work experience in rehabilitation, more specifically with children who present with an auditory processing disorder (APD). She currently works at our clinic as well as at the CHUM (Université de Montréal’s hospital center). With us, she typically works with all of our customers but mostly with our pediatric population. She also offers services to musicians and artisans from the music industry.