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Allied health - Hearing


Audiologists offer hearing assessment, prescription and fitting of hearing aids and prosthetic hearing devices.

Audiologists in Australia are represented professionally by the Audiological Society of Australia Inc. Audiological Society of Australia Inc. (ASA) members have agreed to practise audiology in accordance with the ASA Code of Ethics and Professional Standards of Practice.

This category features audiologists as well as manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers of hearing devices, related accessories and services, and support groups for people with hearing impairment.



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Medical Audiology

Dr Vesna Maric, Andre Wedekind and Anne Gardner

West Perth, WA 6005

Better Hearing Australia (Vic) Inc

Better Hearing Australia (Vic) Inc

Prahran, VIC 3181

Better Hearing Australia is a not-for-profit charity organisation and government agency providing free independent hearing loss management services. Qualified health professionals provide independent and current information and advice on all aspects of hearing loss management, tinnitus management and ear/hearing pathologies free of charge.
Hearing Dogs

Hearing Dogs

TTY: (08) 8388-1297

Verdun, SA 5245

Lions Hearing Dogs are transforming the life of people with hearing impairment.
Deafness Forum Australia

Deafness Forum Australia

Braddon, NSW 2612

The Deafness Forum is the peak body for deafness in Australia, representing the interests and views of all deaf and hearing impaired communities in the country. It liaises with government in relation to policies and legislation affecting its members, generates public awareness and provides a forum for information sharing. Membership is open to both organisations and individuals.
The Australian Tinnitus Association (NSW) Ltd

The Australian Tinnitus Association (NSW) Ltd

Mascot, NSW 2020

The Australian Tinnitus Association (NSW) Ltd is a non-profit company, supported by the South Eastern Sydney Area Health Service. Its mission is to provide information and support to tinnitus sufferers and preventative education to the wider community.
Tinnitus Association of Victoria

Tinnitus Association of Victoria

Ferny Creek, VIC 3786

The Tinnitus Association of Victoria is a non-profit organization established to assist people with tinnitus. We provide Tinnitus Management Seminars and telephone counselling services.
 

Tinnitus SA

Adelaide, SA 5000

Tinnitus SA is funded by the South Australian Government. It aims to raise community awareness of tinnitus; and provide information and support for people with hearing problems and tinnitus.
 

Tinnitus Self Help Group

Tasmania

Moonah, TAS 7009

Interpreters to Deaf, Deafblind and Hard of Hearing Adults

Interpreters to Deaf, Deafblind and Hard of Hearing Adults

National Auslan Interpreter Booking and Payment Service
NABS

Chermside, QLD 4032

NABS provides interpreters to Deaf, Deafblind and hard of hearing adults and children who use sign language and would like an interpreter for private health care appointments.

Sign language services to Deaf Indigenous people are provided for both public and private health care appointments.

Services include face to face interpreting (onsite) and Video Remote Interpreting (online).
Sound-n-Dry

Sound-n-Dry

Alkera Plus
Dry-aid kit

Ballarat North, VIC 3350

Sound-n-Dry is a dry-aid kit for hearing aids. It includes a colour indicating desiccant that slowly 'draws out' moisture. Moisture damages delicate circuitry of hearing aids and effects their performance. This desiccant that can be regenerated in a microwave oven to prolong its useful life. The kit does not require a power source is efficient, inexpensive and simple to use.

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