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Welcome to your number one destination Audiology news, views and more. From our latest media releases, blog posts and breaking news stories to our latest issues of Audiology Now, we’ll keep your finger on the audiology sector pulse.


Audiology Australia Annual Report 2021

First of its Kind Summit Seeks to Reimagine Rural and Regional Hearing Healthcare...

Response To Report of the Independent Review of the Hearing Services Program

Hearing Service Program Only One Piece of the Puzzle as Audiology Australia Backs Calls for Holistic Hearing Care...

2021 AudA Board Announcement

First of its Kind Summit Seeks to Reimagine Rural and Regional Hearing Healthcare...

Response to OPAN Joint Statement

Read AudA's media statement backing calls for the Australian Government to embed the rights of older people in a reformed Aged Care Act...

National Competency Standards Deliver Transparency on Australian Audiology

Coming into effect from 1 January 2022, the NCS describes, for the first time, the minimum attributes, skills, and knowledge needed for entry and ongoing clinical practice of audiology in Australia.

Client Guidance on Self-Fitting Hearing Devices

Audiology Australia has developed a client guidance on self-fitting hearing devices to assist health consumers, members of the public and hearing clients with understanding what self-fitting hearing devices are and some of the challenges that may be associated with purchasing, fitting and adjusting a self-fitting hearing device.

Australian mandatory safety and information standards – Button batteries and consumer goods

From 22 June 2022, manufacturers, importers, wholesalers and retailers of button batteries or consumer goods that contain button batteries supplied to Australia must comply with the applicable Australian mandatory safety and information standards.

Consultation on the NDIS National Workforce Plan 2021-2025

The Joint Standing Committee on the NDIS has been conducting an inquiry into the NDIS workforce. As part of the inquiry, a National Workforce Plan has been released which sets out the Australian Government’s vision to build a responsive and capable workforce to support NDIS participants.

Teleaudiology Guidelines Being Developed for Hearing Sector

Audiology Australia is developing guidelines for hearing health care practitioners and hearing services providers to support the safe and effective delivery of hearing services by telehealth to people wherever they live.

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