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Lyndsay Bozec

Owner & Registered Audiologist

Lyndsay attended Dalhousie University where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree with First-Class Honours and then went on to earn a Master of Science degree in Audiology in 2014. While completing her degree, Lyndsay trained in various clinical settings that served both adult and pediatric populations, including the IWK Health Centre and the Cochlear Implant Program with Hearing and Speech Nova Scotia.

With a personal connection to hearing loss, Lyndsay is a passionate advocate for hearing health awareness and hearing loss prevention. Lyndsay's goal is to improve the availability of quality hearing services through evidence-based practice, enhanced counseling, and consistent follow-up care.  With 10+ years of experience practicing audiology in the community, Lyndsay brings a compassionate, comprehensive, and family-focused approach to hearing health care.

Lyndsay is licensed through the Nova Scotia College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists (NSCASLP) where she serves as a member of the Board of Directors, a member of the Professional Conduct Committee, and a member of the Reinstatement Committee. She is also nationally certified through Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC).

Originally from the Annapolis Valley, Lyndsay has lived in Clayton Park with her family for the past 10 years. When not in clinic, you can find Lyndsay spending time with her husband, Kevin, twin girls, Frances and Eleanor, and their Portuguese Water Dog, Dottie.


Ashley Pottie

Client Care specialist

Ashley, our Client Care Representative, has more than 18 years of client service experience. Her kind, calm, and down-to-earth nature make her an asset to Clayton Park Audiology's People First, Always philosophy of care. Ashley is fueled by a tenacity to help others. She values getting to know our patients and is delighted to be helping those in her community achieve better hearing health.Born and raised in Timberlea, Nova Scotia, Ashley believes that mindfulness in the workplace is the key to success. When not at work, Ashley enjoys spending time with her husband, Kyle and their two dogs, Willow and Bayli. Ashley loves to craft, beach comb, fish, garden, rock hound and spend any time that she can in the great outdoors.

Expert Service

Individualized Care

Lyndsay is a passionate advocate for hearing health awareness and hearing preservation. Over the years she has delivered various hearing health presentations and hearing aid workshops for caregivers across HRM.

Lyndsay has experience working with the following hearing aid manufacturers: Bernafon, Oticon, Phonak, Signia, Starkey, and Widex.


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Clayton Park Audiology Blog

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The Cost of Untreated Hearing Loss

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The Effects of Stress on Our Hearing

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The Link Between Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline

Audiologists and other hearing specialists have assumed the link between hearing health and cognitive health for years. While it's well-known that untreated hearing loss can ...

Ear Wax Do’s and Don’ts

Maintaining healthy ears and healthy hearing is an essential aspect of overall well-being. Impacted wax in the ear canal can cause decreased hearing and discomfort. ...


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Our philosophy is quite simple: Treat people how they want to be treated. Being truly independent means we can offer appropriate follow-up care and a variety of hearing aid brands.