Anne Marie Sinasac-Roy

B.A.(Hons.), M.Cl.Sc., AuD., Doctor of Audiology, Registered CASLPO Audiologist

Anne Marie was raised in a small farming community in Southwestern Ontario and is the youngest in a family with three children. Anne Marie worked as a nanny in Switzerland and Germany for 1 year prior to beginning university studies. At the University of Ottawa, she obtained her Honours B.A. in Linguistics while also working on Parliament Hill as a Reporting Secretary. She obtained her Master of Clinical Science in Audiology degree at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario. She earned her Doctor of Audiology degree at A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona. She has also furthered her studies at the American Institute of Balance in Florida. In total, she has completed 10 years of university training. Anne Marie is one of approximately 60 Doctors of Audiology from across Canada.

Jim Roy

Hearing Instrument Dispenser

Jim brings with him a variety of experiences. He is the youngest of 6 children raised in the Bancroft area. While attending high school, Jim worked at a marina and for the Ministry of Natural Resources where he was involved with fish and wildlife management and fighting forest fires. He also worked in the Madawaska Uranium mines. In 1983, he graduated from Canadore College in North Bay as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician. In 1987, he became a Production Supervisor for De Havilland Aircraft Ltd. in Toronto. Then, in 1995 he obtained his Funeral Directors License from Humber College in Toronto, and moved to Lindsay to join the staff of Mackey Funeral Home. In 2000, Jim graduated from George Brown College in Toronto as a Hearing Instrument Dispenser. 
Jim likes to educate his patients and serve their individual needs. Follow-ups and service are important. He often says ‘Please tell me if you have any concerns. I can’t help you if you don’t tell me.”.
Jim enjoys spending time in the outdoors with his family.

BRENT Robinson

B.A.(Hons.), M.Cl.Sc., Registered CASLPO Audiologist

Brent received his Honours Bachelor of Science degree with a minor in Psychology from McMaster University in 2013 and went on to complete his Master of Clinical Science degree in Audiology at Western University in 2016.  He completed advanced training in vestibular assessment and management at The American Institute of Balance in 2017 and 2020. He joined the Lindsay ear clinic team in 2016.  While providing a wide range of audiological services, Brent has a special interest in vestibular disorders (dizziness and balance) and has helped hundreds of patients recover from and manage these disabling conditions. Brent works at all three of our office locations. When not at the clinic, you will find him enjoying family time with his wife and young children, spending time outdoors, skiing, or playing guitar.

Denyse Rowe

B.Sc., M.Cl.Sc., Aud(c), Registered CASLPO Audiologist

With a deep-rooted passion for audiology and a dedication to serving the community, I have had the privilege of calling Kawartha Lakes home for the past 20 years. Since 2009, I have been proudly serving as an Audiologist at Lindsay Ear Clinic, where I have had the opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the lives of individuals experiencing hearing challenges.

My journey in audiology began with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a minor in Linguistics from Memorial University of Newfoundland. Building on this foundation, I pursued a Masters of Clinical Science in Audiology from the University of Western Ontario, honing my skills and expertise in providing specialized care to those with auditory needs.

To further expand my knowledge and skill set, I completed the “Tinnitus Retraining Therapy for Management of Tinnitus and Hyperacusis” program from the Jastreboff Hearing Disorders Foundation Inc. This advanced training has equipped me with specialized techniques to address complex auditory conditions, ensuring that I can provide the highest level of care to my patients.

At Lindsay Ear Clinic, I am dedicated to offering comprehensive care to each individual who walks through our doors. Whether it’s diagnosing hearing loss, fitting hearing aids, or providing therapeutic interventions, my goal is to empower patients to overcome auditory challenges and enhance their quality of life.

Outside of my professional endeavors, I find joy and fulfillment in various artistic and outdoor pursuits. As a saxophonist with the Kawartha Lakes Concert Band and a vocalist with the Cambridge Street Singers, I embrace the transformative power of music to uplift spirits and foster community connections. Additionally, I find solace and rejuvenation in nature through activities such as camping, hiking, and stand-up paddleboarding during the summer months.

I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to serve the Kawartha Lakes community and look forward to continuing to make a positive impact through compassionate audiological care.


Office Manager, Customer Service

Norma joined Lindsay Ear Clinic in 2000 with a background in business. When she is not in the front greeting patients and answering phones or repairing hearing aids, she is working in her office doing paperwork and making sure the office is running smoothly. Norma enjoys working with the public. Her experience has allowed her to develop a good relationship with many agencies such as WSIB, ADP, DVA and numerous insurance companies. Norma is also a trained hearing aid technician. Norma and her husband Bill have been married for 49 years. They enjoy spending time with their Children, Grandchildren and look forward to spending time with their great Grandchildren.

Carolyn Saville

Customer Service

Carolyn, a long-term resident of Kawartha Lakes for over 20 years, became a valuable member of the Lindsay Ear Clinic team in May 2018. With a strong sense of community, Carolyn takes pride in contributing to the clinic’s services. Drawing from more than 25 years of experience in customer service, she adeptly handles tasks at both the Lindsay and Bobcaygeon locations. Carolyn specializes in the maintenance of hearing aids, proficiently cleaning, checking, and repairing them. Beyond her professional commitments, Carolyn finds joy in her family life. Happily married with three children and a grandchild, she cherishes moments spent camping or immersed in a good book when away from the clinic.

Nancy Nesbitt

Assistant Office Manager

Nancy joined the team at Lindsay Ear Clinic in May 2017. She bringsmany years of excellent customer service and administrative experience with her. Nancy is always happy to help with a smile and a positive attitude. Who knows, you might even catch her singing.

Nancy works primarily in the Lindsay and Bobcaygeon locations but occasionally helps in Bancroft, when needed.

Nancy is happily settled in Kawartha Lakes with her husband and 3 grown children and 1 grand daughter so far. She loves spending her weekends and holidays with family and friends.

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