Sarah Mason received a Bachelor of Science (Honours) from Dalhousie University and a Master’s of Clinical Science (Audiology) from Western University. She received her Doctor of Audiology from A.T. Stills University. Dr. Mason worked at Children’s Hospital in Seattle, Washington for over a decade. During her time at the hospital, she cofounded one of the only FM system loaner programs available for children in need in the Pacific Northwest region. She then worked as Clinical Director for a group of private practice clinics in Ontario.
Dr. Mason currently serves as the Academic Coordinator for Clinical Education at Dalhousie University where she teaches courses in clinical methods and pediatric aural rehabilitation. She currently serves on the Advocacy Committee as well as the Practice Education Committee at the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders. She also supervises patient care through the Dalhousie Hearing aid Assistance Program and on-site Audiology Clinic at the school. Her professional interests include special populations, family centred counselling, student advocacy and mentorship.