Nona Fuller

Founder & Audiologist

Nona has been practicing audiology since 1988 in both hospital and private practice settings. She graduated with a Masters of Science degree in Audiology from Dalhousie University and holds a Bachelor of Child Studies in Developmental Disabilities (with Distinction) from Mount Saint Vincent University.

As the Founder of Hearing Institute Atlantic, Nona continues the practice of audiology; seeing patients, promoting better hearing health and advocating better technology to help people to hear well.

Nona has written regular Hearing Health Care columns in many local publications and has appeared on several television shows as an expert in the field of audiology. Nona is a founding member of the Board of Director’s and Past President of Sounds+. She has been actively involved with this group since its’ inception in 1993.

Nona lives in Halifax with her husband and their two children. Nona’s love of audiology, her passion to help people hear better, and her ability to connect with people, enables her to successfully bring about a positive message about hearing health and awareness issues.