About Us

About Us Cobourg Hearing

At Cobourg Hearing, we know that hearing loss and hearing aids can be frustrating, confusing and intimidating. Our goal is to ensure your experience is smooth and comfortable from start to finish. Here are just a few of the reasons Cobourg Hearing is the best choice in Northumberland county:

1

Expertise

Only Certified Audiologist in Northumberland county
2

Selection

All hearing aid brands. All manufacturers.
3

Confidence

3 Year manufacturer warranty. 3 year in house service plan & 3 years of batteries.
4

Flexibility & Affordability

Flexible payment options & interest free payment plans
5

Convenience

OHIP, ODSP, DVA and private insurance claims processed for you
Locations in Cobourg & Brighton to serve all of Northumberland county
Don’t Just Take Our Word For It

“Not sure how you did it but you've performed a miracle for my husband! I haven't had to repeat a single thing since he got his new hearing aids... AMAZING! Thanks!”

Jane Robertson

“The staff was very helpful and honest. There is ample parking and Mark Bennett will come to you in a seniors home if you are unable to get to the office.”

Warren Lowe

About Mark Bennett, M.Cl.Sc, Registered CASLPO Audiologist

Mark Bennett was born and raised in Brantford, Ontario. He developed a passion for community health while pursuing a bachelor’s degree in physiological psychology from Brock University. Here, he taught undergraduate health psychology seminars and helped establish rehabilitation programs for the Ontario March of Dimes in the Niagara region.  Mark graduated from The University of Western Ontario with a Master’s of Clinical Science in Audiology.  He has worked in multiple hearing clinics across Canada before joining our team of professionals in the Northumberland community.  His current clinical and research interests are adult hearing-impaired treatment programs and aural rehabilitation.

Why choose an Audiologist for your hearing loss treatment?

Audiologists are health-care professionals who are trained to diagnose and treat hearing disorders.  They hold either a Masters or Doctorate degree.  In addition to dispensing and fitting hearing aids, they counsel families of children who been diagnosed with a hearing impairment and teach coping strategies to adults who have acquired a hearing loss later in life. The defining role of an Audiologist is to provide professional and personalized care to minimize the negative impact of hearing impairments, leading to improved outcomes and quality of life.  Audiologists also work closely across industry sectors, government agencies, and school boards to promote hearing safety standards and implement screening programs. In Ontario, audiologists must be registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario.(CASLPO) http://www.caslpo.com/

Mark Bennett is the only certified Audiologist living and working in Northumberland county.