Bonnie Cooke is a registered clinical audiologist at Hotel Dieu Hospital in Kingston, Ontario where she works with patients of all ages performing hearing assessments and providing treatment/management for those with hearing loss. In addition, Bonnie Cooke is a part-time course instructor for the Communication Disorders Assistant program at St. Lawrence College where she teaches the amplification component of the curriculum. Bonnie Cooke has experience working in both the public and private health care sectors, as well as three years of experience as an industry representative with Oticon Medical. While working with Oticon Medical, Bonnie worked as a Business Development Manager and Clinical Specialist where she provided support to clinicians, researchers and surgeons who work with cochlear implants and bone anchored hearing devices.
Bonnie Cooke is a community advocate for hearing health awareness and is focused on improving the quality of life for those affected by hearing loss, their families and/or caregivers. As a volunteer with CAA, Bonnie’s focus is to help forge relationships between Canadian audiologists, clinical and otherwise, in order to help advance the profession of audiology through knowledge-sharing, collaboration and advocacy!