• Le titre « Kipling’s Who’s Who » Professionnel de l’année attribué à Rodney Taylor, AuD.
  • Front page cover for the Ottawa Sun and extensive article on « Noisy Toys » May 29th, 2008.
  • Recognized as a Clinical Educator at the University of British Columbia and University of Ottawa.
  • Graduated Suma Cum Laude (Highest Honours) from Salus University with a Doctor of Audiology Degree.
  • Many guest appearances on CBC « Health Beat » for various interviews about hearing health related issues.
  • Chosen as the exclusive worldwide test site for laser shell impressions through one of the largest manufacturers of hearing devices.
  • Guest appearance on W5 for an interview about Noisy Toys.
  • Currently researching Cochlear Dead Regions in conjunction with a manufacturer of frequency compression hearing aids.
  • Currently preparing « The Changing Business of Audiology » for publication.
  • TVB Awards-four time winner for best produced commercial and best overall professional/marketing television commercial. Best commercial produced and shown in Canada.
  • Recognized in Who’s Who in Executives and Professionals Worldwide Edition.
  • Nominated for the Better Business Bureau’s Torch Award.
  • 2005-Rodney Taylor was recognized by the Starkey Hearing Foundation for contributions to the hearing impaired in third world countries
  • Appreciation Award presented to Rodney Taylor and Advanced Hearing Aid Clinic from the Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists in recognition of contributions made to the association and for strengthening our professions through participation and efforts in the filming of CASLPA’s public service announcement (Summer 2006).
  • Interviewed by CASLPO Today magazine to offer insight on the process of providing mentorship training for new Audiology graduate students in Ontario (publication date Fall 2006).
  • Nominated for the prestigious All American Scholar Award (North Dakota) (1990-1991)
  • Top Choice Award 2013