Dr.Debbie has completed her Doctorate in Audiology on top of her Master’s of Science degree in Audiology and Bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders. She has been a part owner of Eastside Audiology & Rehabilitation Inc. since its inception. She has been serving the Regina area as a full-time audiologist since 1994 and through her experience with numerous manufacturers has developed a vast wealth of knowledge that she shares with her patients. She is known within the industry for being extremely technically proficient, yet she balances that with the utmost dignity and respect for her patients. In addition to her love of paediatrics, Debbie will routinely have audiology students shadowing her as she shares her passion for Audiology with others. In her spare time she serves as a mentor for high school age girls and serves on numerous professional committees. Debbie maintains membership in good standing with the following associations: Saskatchewan Association of Speech Language Pathologists & Audiologists (SASLPA), Speech Language & Audiology Canada (SAC), Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA), and the American Academy of Audiology (AAA). Debbie is a founding member of Eastside Audiology and practices out of the Regina clinic. She considers her family her #1 accomplishment and resides in Regina with her husband and two children.
Mitch has a Hearing Aid Practitioner Diploma from Grant MacEwan University. Additionally, he has a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Minot State University to go along with his Business Diploma in Computer Information Systems from Saskatchewan Polytechnic. He has been a part owner of Eastside Audiology & Rehabilitation Inc. since its inception. He has been involved in the hearing industry since 2002 and has been trained by some of the world’s largest hearing aid manufacturers in hearing aid maintenance and repair. Mitch works primarily out of our Regina location but periodically alternates between our Regina and Moose Jaw locations. When he isn’t coaching, reffing, or playing sports here in Regina, he can be found chasing around his son and daughter and their Labrador retriever, Molly.
Dr. Jill carries a doctoral degree in Audiology in addition to a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders. During her four years of graduate studies, Jill had the opportunity to work with numerous audiologists specializing in different sectors of the field. Her elite education and diverse set of clinical experiences have equipped her with a valuable knowledge base and skill set that embodies current best practices in audiology. She has been with Eastside Audiology since 2013. Jill maintains memberships in good standing with the following associations: Saskatchewan Association of Speech Language Pathologists & Audiologists (SASLPA), Speech Language & Audiology Canada (SAC), and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Jill, her husband, her two sons, and their Boston Terrier, Mia have made Moose Jaw their home and she works full-time out of our Moose Jaw clinic.
Amanda has a Master's of Science degree in Audiology from the University of British Columbia, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Linguistics. Her comprehensive education and diverse set of clinical experiences includes specialties in Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT) and Decreased Sound Tolerance under the direct guidance of the renowned Dr. Pawel Jastreboff. She has been working full time in Regina since 2012 and has been with Eastside Audiology since 2019. Amanda maintains memberships in good standing with the Saskatchewan Association of Speech Language Pathologists & Audiologists (SASLPA), and Speech Language & Audiology Canada (SAC). Amanda is an avid gardener and camper and she lives in Pilot Butte with her husband, their daughter, and their dog Tikka.
Jadie carries a Master of Clinical Science (Communication Sciences and Disorders - Audiology) degree from Western University. She also has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in Psychology. Additionally, she completed her undergraduate thesis on Positive Psychology. In short, "Positive psychology is the scientific study of the 'good life', or positive aspects of human experience that make life worth living...apply(ing) this philosophy to helping people with hearing loss, by not only concentrating on what is wrong and needs to be fixed, but how we can work together to promote the positive aspects of patient's lives." Jadie has been with Eastside Audiology since 2019 and maintains memberships in good standing with the following associations: Saskatchewan Association of Speech Language Pathologists & Audiologists (SASLPA), Speech Language & Audiology Canada (SAC), and the Canadian Positive Psychology Association (CPPA). Born and raised in Regina, she lived in BC for fifteen years and Ontario for two years before making her way back home to Regina.
Dr. Sheridan has recently completed her Doctorate in Audiology at Pacific University in Oregon, U.S.A. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Minot State University. Her comprehensive education and clinical experiences include training in Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT) and Cerumen Management. Sheridan has a special interest in Central Auditory Processing Disorders, Tinnitus, and pediatrics but loves working with all populations! Sheridan is a new member to Eastside Audiology. She maintains memberships in good standing with the Saskatchewan Association of Speech Language Pathologists & Audiologists (SASLPA), and Speech Language & Audiology Canada (SAC). Sheridan is a huge Star Wars fan and loves to knit and sew in her spare time.
Lindsay is generally the first person you see when you come into the Regina clinic. Her ‘people skills’ are unparalleled, and we know you will appreciate her ability to make you feel at ease while still maintaining a high level of professionalism. If ASL is your communication tool, Lindsay is the one to "talk" to. She has been with Eastside Audiology since 2008 and you’ll find that she rarely has a ‘bad day’. A bit of a world traveller, Lindsay was born and raised in Regina and took the circuitous route back to her hometown through stops in both Calgary and the UK. Along the way she met her British husband and the two of them decided to plant roots in Regina where they are currently raising their son.
Camila is one of the first smiles you see when you come to Eastside Audiology. Her ability to relate to patients from various diverse backgrounds is borne from the fact that she is originally from Colombia, South America and is fluent in Spanish. She works alongside her counterpart Lindsay in the Regina clinic and has been with Eastside Audiology since 2018. Together, these two women are the heartbeat of the Regina office and truly enjoy being a part of changing lives for the better each day. Camila resides in Regina with her two children
Amanda works out of our Moose Jaw clinic. Did we say works? She pretty much runs the place! She brings with her a great personality, and a wealth of award winning customer service experience. She will make your experience in the clinic a pleasant one. Originally from the Moose Jaw area, she made a short sojourn out to the Canadian west coast of British Columbia before settling back in her home town with her two children.