Victoria, Mill bay, BC

Carson Tiede - BSc., national board certified h.i.s., R.H.I.P., Owner


Carson Tiede grew up in western Ontario. His parents, Dieter and Nancy Tiede, opened their first Hearing Care Centre in 1985, and Carson witnessed firsthand what a rewarding career it was for them. 

Upon completing his Bachelor of Science (BSc.) at the University of Guelph, Carson completed the Hearing Instrument Specialist (HIS) program at Conestoga College. Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences (NBC-HIS), Carson has been in the industry since 2013. He has worked as a HIS in Alberta, and now has opened his own Hearing Care Clinic locations on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, that are registered with CSHHPBC.

Carson is committed to providing the best hearing care possible by combining advances in technology with individualized care. Carson approaches each client individually as each person and his or her hearing loss is unique. Difficult cases where other care providers have given up provide Carson the biggest challenge and the best reward when he works together with those individuals and uses the latest technology to find a solution that allows them to hear better.

Strathroy, Komoka, Glencoe, Dorchester, Chatham, ON

Dieter Tiede - national Board certified H.I.S., Owner


Involved in the hearing industry for 35 years, Dieter Tiede, along with his wife Nancy, has dedicated his career to helping his clients hear better. As a Hearing Instrument Specialist, Dieter is a registered member of the Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners of Ontario, and is registered with the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care.

Since opening the first clinic in 1985, Dieter has focused his business on taking a personal approach to finding the right hearing care solution for each client. For Dieter, the greatest reward comes from interactions with individual clients and watching them experience hearing again.

Hearing aid fitting and programming for each individual is an art that Dieter has mastered – with a deep understanding of what the clients describe and a remarkable ability to make the right adjustments in their hearing aids to suit each individual.

Today, Dieter is proud of his family’s commitment to the business, as his children Chris, Carson and Angela are all involved in running Hearing Care Clinic locations in Ontario, and now also in British Columbia.


Nancy Tiede - H.I.S., Owner


Together with her husband Dieter, Nancy has been involved in the hearing health care industry for over 35 years. As a member of the Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners of Ontario, Nancy, along with Dieter, opened the first Hearing Clinic in 1985, and has since dedicated her career to helping clients hear better and to providing exceptional client care.

Today, Nancy’s key role is behind the scenes, making sure that each Hearing Care Clinic location in Strathroy, Chatham, Glencoe, Komoka, and Dorchester Ontario are all running smoothly. Nancy is involved in every stage of setting up new locations, training the front office staff and equipping each office. It is Nancy’s focus to ensure that every member of the staff has a high level of knowledge and is able to provide and demonstrate the superior customer service that Hearing Care Clinic is known for.


Angela DeVries - H.I.S.


For Angela DeVries, working in the family Hearing Care business is a labour of love. After going to college for advertising and working in the advertising industry for a few years, Angela was looking for a change. Growing up in a family of hearing care providers, Angela was drawn to working within the family business. What began as joining the company to help grow the business quickly turned into a passion for helping people regain their hearing and their lives.

In 2015, Angela became a Hearing Instrument Specialist, and now belongs to the Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners of Ontario and is an Authorizer of Hearing Aids with Assistive Devices Program (ADP) of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC).

Today, Angela, alongside her husband Justin DeVries and parents Dieter and Nancy Tiede, provide the highest level of service, care and hearing products in 5 Hearing Care Clinic locations; Strathroy, Chatham, Glencoe, Komoka, and Dorchester, Ontario.

Angela’s passion for the business and for truly helping people is evident. She will always go the extra mile to ensure that her clients achieve the best results possible, whether that is spending extra time teaching someone to use their hearing aid, explaining hearing evaluation results, or simply helping clean their hearing aid. Angela is truly passionate about helping clients gain back control of their lives and to be active participants in their lives again.


Justin DeVries - H.I.S.


When Justin DeVries saw the joy that working in the hearing health care industry brought to his wife Angela and her family, making the decision to join the team was easy. Working in the Hearing Care Clinic locations in in Strathroy, Chatham, Glencoe, Komoka, and Dorchester, Ontario since 2013, Justin has discovered a rewarding career that allows him to help people every day.

Each client is different, and each hearing loss and hearing aid solution is different. Finding solutions for each client and overcoming obstacles and challenges are things that Justin gets to do every day as a Hearing Instrument Specialist, and they are the things that he loves the most about his job. There is nothing more rewarding to Justin than helping people hear again.

Certified as a Hearing Instrument Specialist, Justin is a member of the Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners of Ontario.

Stouffville, Beaverton, Keswick, Whitby, Port Perry, ON

Chris Tiede - bHsc., h.i.s., owner


Watching his parents Dieter and Nancy Tiede have a rewarding and successful career operating Hearing Care locations in western Ontario, Chris knew early on that he wanted to be a business owner while also being able to specialize in an industry that allowed him to truly help people.

After attending the University Western Ontario and achieving a Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc), Chris completed the Hearing Aid Practitioner course and became fully licensed as a Hearing Instrument Specialist (HIS) in 2008, and became a member of the Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners (AHIP). His undergraduate studies, combined with his entrepreneurial spirit, led him to quickly open the first Hearing Care Clinic location in Stouffville, ON. Since then, Chris has opened additional locations in Beaverton, Keswick, Whitby, and Port Perry, Ontario.

As a business owner, Chris is responsible for managing all the business operations of his locations, including training all the staff to ensure that only the highest level of service and care is provided by every member of his team. The greatest reward for Chris, however, is always the ability to work one on one with his clients to truly make a difference in their lives by allowing them to hear again.


Diana Wideman - BA, H.I.S.


After attending the University of Waterloo for a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree, Diana pursued a Communicative Disorders Assistant graduate certificate program, which involved assisting with hearing, speech and neurological disorders such as Aphasia. Before completing the diploma with honours, Diana had the opportunity to take part in some field placements, which included a hearing clinic, and Diana knew immediately that she had found the perfect fit for her career.

Originally from Stouffville, Ontario, Diana began working with Chris Tiede at Hearing Care Clinic. She quickly gained her Hearing Instrument Specialist (HIS) diploma from Grant MacEwan University and became a key member of the hearing care team at Hearing Care Clinics in Stouffville, Beaverton, Keswick, Whitby, and Port Perry, Ontario.

Diana deeply enjoys taking the time to get to know her clients to understand their lifestyles and experience, and she knows that this not only assists her in her job and achieving the best hearing results for her clients, but it also helps her learn more about herself and grow as a person. Taking the time to get to know the person, rather than just the client, is the gift that her career has given to her and that fuels her to continue to give back to her community by providing excellent service and care for every individual.