Meet Our Team
Colleen Lipinski, AuD
Doctor of Audiology, Reg. CASLPO
Colleen has completed a Doctor of Audiology degree from AT Still University, Arizona Health Sciences, a Master's degree in Audiology from the University of Massachusetts, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychobiology from Concordia University. Colleen is a registered member of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO) and a certified member of the Speech-Language and Audiology of Canada (SAC).
She is a provider for the Ministry of Health's Assistive Device Program (ADP), the Workman's Safety Insurance Board (WSIB), Veteran's Affairs Canada (DVA), Health Claims for Auto Insurance (HCAI), and Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP). Colleen is an experienced private practice Audiologist and has worked in hospitals and hearing aid dispensing offices with both adult and pediatric populations. She is a clinical educator at Georgian and Durham Colleges.
Tess Yudin, Hons. B.A., CDA
Senior Audiology Assistant
Tess has completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from York University, specializing in Linguistics. She graduated from the Communicative Disorders Assistant graduate program at Durham College.
Tess gained experience with the adult population as a volunteer at the Aphasia Institute during her undergraduate years. She was responsible for facilitating communication groups and providing support for members with aphasia. In addition to her experience with adults, she also gained speech therapy experience with preschool-aged children during her clinical placement at Early Abilities. Tess volunteered at the Durham College Kids Speech and Language Clinic working with school-aged children while completing her second placement at Toronto Audiology Associates. She is our clinic connectivity expert and often runs a connectivity workshop for patients to help them get the most out of their hearing aids.
Iantha Chow, Hons. B.A., CDA
Iantha has completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Toronto, majoring in Linguistics and Cognitive Science. She graduated from the Communicative Disorders Assistant graduate program at Georgian College.
Iantha gained experience with pediatric populations during her clinical placement at PlayTOK. She provided speech therapy to pre-school and school-aged children. She also gained audiology experience during her clinical rotation at Georgian College Harmonize for Speech, Hearing and Language Clinic. During her undergraduate years, she volunteered at the Saturday Speech Club. She was responsible for facilitating social groups to children and teenagers with developmental disorders.
Alisha Choi, H.I.S.
Hearing Instrument Specialist, Reg. AHIP
Alisha has completed the Hearing Instrument Specialist Program from Georgian Brown College wit ha Dean's Honour List. She is a registered member of the Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners (A.H.I.P.)
Alisha gained her experience working in otolaryngology clinics, hospitals, and hearing aid dispensing offices. She has volunteered for various community outreach programs, including Toronto's Zoomer's show, to promote hearing awareness.
She is a provider for the Ministry of Health's Assistive Devices Program (ADP).
Alsa YC Wong, M.Cl.Sc
Audiologist, Reg. CASLPO
Alsa has completed a Master of Clinical Science Degree in Audiology from the University of Western Ontario, a graduate certificate program in Communicative Disorders Assistant from Durham College and an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Toronto, specializing in Psycholinguistics. Alsa is an initial registrant of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO).
Alsa gained clinical education experience with both adult and pediatric populations at H.A. Leeper Speech & Hearing Clinic at the University of Western Ontario, Toronto Audiology Associates, and the Hospital for Sick Children. Prior to her Audiology degree, she worked as an Audiology Assistant at Toronto Audiology Associates. Alsa is passionate about volunteering for charitable organizations in her local community.