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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.


The importance of hearing care for all

For World Hearing Day, Audiology Australia is proud to join researchers, clinicians, clients, not-for-profit organisations, providers, support services and stakeholders to highlight the importance of hearing care for all Australians in a special video message.

Time to listen to the warning signs of the effects of hearing loss

Audiology Australia Board Director and Accredited Audiologist, Myra Ng, has penned a piece for the Hobart Mercury, outlining the importance of hearing health.

Australian Digital Health Agency’s Telehealth Standards Consultation

The Australian Digital Health Agency is currently consulting on a project which aims to provide recommendations on what technical standards might be appropriate for telehealth in Australia.

Regulatory changes for custom-made medical devices

The Australian Government will introduce changes to the therapeutic goods regulations which will result in new definitions and regulatory requirements for therapeutic goods currently known as custom-made medical devices.

NDIS consultations – Independent assessments, flexible budgets

The NDIS is currently undertaking several consultations on the way NDIS participants aged 7 years and over are assessed and how NDIS plans are budgeted for and used by participants.

Submission to the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care

Audiology Australia has provided a submission to the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care.

New Code of Conduct for audiologists

On 1 January 2021, a new Code of Conduct for members of Audiology Australia was implemented. The Code of Conduct sets the fundamental standards of behaviour and responsibilities that members of Audiology Australia must abide by.

Our Awareness Campaigns

Help us chart a future where hearing and vestibular conditions are more socially accepted and accommodated.

Audiologists. We Hear You!

Looking after your hearing health means making lasting friendships, hearing every word of the Taylor Swift concert, and ageing with good health.

It means seeing an AudA Accredited Audiologist.

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World Hearing Day - 3 March

Read about AudA’s activities as we join the global hearing health community in spotlighting ear and hearing health for World Hearing Day. 

Say no to stigma and yes to hearing health care equity.

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Audiology Australia supports National Reconciliation Week , which aims to strengthen the relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous peoples.

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