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Harmonize for Speech, Hearing and Language Clinic

Under the supervision of a fully licensed speech language pathologist and audiologist, Communicative Disorders Assistant students provide a variety of services in a bright and modern setting.

About the clinic

The Harmonize for Speech, Hearing and Language Clinic focuses on treating communication disorders which affect an individual’s ability to comprehend, detect or apply language and speech in conversation.

The Communicative Disorders Assistant students help to deliver audiology and speech-language pathology services under the direction of our registered audiologist, and speech and language pathologist, who work as instructors in our clinic. They help to ensure that our students develop the clinical skills and professional behaviours required in their future careers through hands-on learning opportunities.

As a client, you receive speech-language and hearing services at a reduced rate.

IMPORTANT NOTE: At any time before or during treatment, the supervising health-care professional may determine that treatment shall not proceed due to the increased risk to the client or others in the setting (e.g. individuals with greater risk for more severe disease outcomes from COVID-19 during the pandemic would be considered too high risk to proceed with treatment in most cases).

Communicative Disorder Assistant testing a patient with an image board


Standard hearing test

Appointment duration

  • 45 to 60 minutes


  • Complementary

Direct speech and language therapy

Appointment duration

  • 30 minutes


  • 30-minute session: $20
  • Second 30-minute session per week: $10

Virtual care speech and language therapy

Appointment duration

  • 30 minutes


  • 30-minute session: $20
  • Second 30-minute session per week: $10

What to expect on your visit

A formal assessment with goals completed by a speech-language pathologists is required to receive treatment.

The clinic reserves the right to determine if a client is appropriate for the level of our Communicative Disorder Assistant students and staff.

Prior to attending your first appointment, fill out the required consent forms.

Performing hearing testing

Book an appointment

Appointments are available onsite with our registered Audiologist, Alisha Gibb and our registered Speech and Language Pathologists, Lisa Odlozinski and Lynn Mark.

Contact us at 705.722.1561 or

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Do I need a referral to attend this clinic?Georgian College Chevron

No referral is required for a hearing test.

A formal speech-language assessment completed by a speech-language pathologist with specific goals is required.

Do I need to arrive early for my appointment?Georgian College Chevron

Yes. If it is your first appointment, please arrive 15 minutes early to complete a privacy consent form.

Contact us and hours of operation

Contact information


Clinic reception desk: 705.722.1561

Location of clinic: M233, Barrie Campus

Hours of operation

Please inquire