Akram Keymanesh received her Master’s degree in hearing science at Western University and Doctor of Audiology at A.T. Still University. She is registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists of Ontario and a member of Canadian Academy of Audiology and Speech-Language & Audiology Canada. She also holds status only lecturer, Department of Speech-Language Pathology, TFOM, University of Toronto.
She has been practicing as a clinical audiologist for more than 16 years. She joined Baycrest Health Sciences in 2010, where she was working in both research and clinical settings. Her clinical focus was on treating clients with age-related hearing loss and taking a holistic and family-centered approach to the care of clients. Her goal is to take a rehabilitative intervention that includes a complementary combination of approaches in a multi-disciplinary clinic to improve clients’ well-being and supporting them to live safely and independently.