The Baribeau-Lafrance Hearing Clinic was established in 2014 by a musician and an engineer who, after getting their audioprosthetists degree, got together to stir things up in the Montreal Hearing Aids market.

The exploration of the world of sound has been his passion for more than 25 years. Mathieu is a professionally trained pianist and composer, a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston; he is a life long audiophile, and has been an audioprosthetist since 2013. 

It is with empathy, competence and patience that he will welcome you in one of our clinics to answer to all your auditory needs.




Holder of a Bachelor's degree in psychology from UQAM, Nadine has always been inspired by the human being. It was this desire to help others and to make a difference in their lives that led her to hearing aid studies at the birth of her children.

She has been practicing since 2009 at Clinique Auditive Tremblay & Villeneuve, then for Le Groupe Forget. It is within our team that she pursues her ambition of helping people to hear better.

20 years of experience with sound engineering in the television and entertainment industry has endowed Amélie an acute sense of hearing and meticulous attention to audio detail. Following the birth of her two children, Amélie has expanded her horizons to assist people with hearing challenges to appreciate sound, music and to engage with others.

She has worked with the Baribeau-Lafrance hearing clinic since her beginnings in 2016.