Sound Therapy is independently owned and operated by Susan Schlacht, Clinical Audiologist. With over 28 years professional clinical experience, Sue is pleased to provide services to Huron, Lambton and Grey-Bruce counties.
Sound Therapy is independently owned and operated by Susan Schlacht, Clinical Audiologist. With over 28 years professional clinical experience, Sue is pleased to provide services to Huron, Lambton and Grey-Bruce counties. We have three clinics located in Goderich, Grand Bend and Kincardine and provide in-service care to nursing and retirement homes throughout this demographic.
Sue takes part in the “So The World May Hear’ mission program through the Starkey Foundation. This important mission has helped thousands of children and adults hear, and in some cases, for the first time in their lives! By selflessly volunteering her professional services and time, Sue herself has prescribed and fit hundreds of people in Third World countries who have lost their hearing due to illness, disease or war.
Locally, Sound Therapy has a program called “The Hearing Angels Fund.” This fund is meant to assist those who require an assistive device yet cannot afford them.
If you are interested in learning more about our programs or wish to make a donation, contact one of our clinics today!
Maegan Reinhart-Greidanus is a locally born and raised Hearing Instrument Specialist. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication Studies from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2007. She went on to complete a Post Graduate Program in Communication Disorders Assisting at Georgian College graduating in 2008. She began working for Susan Schlacht at Sound Therapy during this time after completing a successful student placement. While working at Sound Therapy she went on to complete her Hearing Instrument Practitioner diploma at the University of Grant MacEwan in Edmonton Alberta graduating in 2011. Maegan is a full time specialist who has taken great joy in helping clients at Sound Therapy for over 8 years. She is passionate about helping those with hearing difficulties in her community as well as promoting hearing health. She currently helps run the Infant Hearing Program for South Western Ontario screening babies who were born in the community for their hearing abilities. While not working Maegan enjoys playing volleyball and baseball with her sister, helping her husband with the baby lambs on their sheep farm, but most of all spending time with family and friends while living in Clinton with her husband Brad and dog Ernie.
I have gained years of experience in all areas of office work including front desk reception, personal secretary, customer service representative, inventory control & purchasing up to my current position of office manager today. I have always enjoyed interacting with and getting to know all the people that become part of our “client family”. I did work at Siemens Hearing Instruments for 5 years where I was part of the manufacturing process for new hearing aids and know how they come together from the inside out. After working at Siemens I chose to stay at home with my daughter until she started school and then eventually ended up at Sound Therapy where I’ve really enjoyed working for over 5 years. In my spare time I enjoy walks with our dog and travelling as often as possible!
owned and operated
28 Years of
Professional Clinical Experience
Three Clinics to Serve You
A Green Company
Sound Therapy is an environmentally conscious company. We gladly accept previously used hearing aids. Essential components are removed and used to remake new hearing aids for people in Third World countries. We are also pleased to offer MERCURY FREE batteries and a battery disposal service at no charge. By working together, we are helping to make our world a cleaner, greener place for generations after us to enjoy!