The founders of Clarico Hearing Group are Colleen Anderson, Kevin Anderson and Jason Kemp, Doctors of Audiology. They work directly with our clinic manager of the Camrose location, Karen Halverson, and the clinic manager of our new Stony Plain location, Jennifer Panteluk, both Registered Hearing Aid Practitioners.
Karen Halverson RHAP, BC-HIS
Karen Halverson has been a registered hearing aid practitioner since 2009. Karen graduated from Grant MacEwan University with distinction in 2008 and is Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences.
Karen works with the latest digital hearing aid technology at any price point and she’s happy to take new patients without physician referral. She’s proud to work with family physicians and most third parties, including: WCB, VAC, AADL, and NIHB. Karen is dedicated to finding hearing solutions as well as providing ongoing support for the use of hearing aids and assistive listening devices.
Jennifer Panteluk RHAP, BC-HIS
Jennifer Panteluk has been a registered hearing aid practitioner since 2014 and is Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences. She graduated from Grant MacEwan University with distinction in 2013.
Jennifer works with the most current digital hearing aid technology and has personal experience with such technology as she has been wearing hearing aids since her early teens. She is focused on providing hearing solutions and continued support for patients 18 years and older. Jennifer works with most third parties, including: WCB, AADL, NIHB, and DVA.
Kevin Anderson - Doctor of Audiology
Kevin Anderson has been practicing as a registered audiologist in the Edmonton area since 2002. His personal experience goes well beyond that, as his parents, Murray Anderson and Denise Anderson, started in the hearing aid industry in 1964. This allowed Kevin to grow up watching the hearing aid world mature into a highly technical and sophisticated industry.
Kevin received his bachelor of arts (BA) from the University of Alberta in 1999, with a focus in linguistics and psychology. He then completed his master’s degree (MA) in 2002 from Western Washington University and then continued on to do his doctor of audiology (Au.D.) degree which he completed in 2007.