Hearing health resources
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
ASHA is the professional, scientific and credentialing association for member speech-language pathologists, audiologists and speech, language and hearing scientists in the United States and internationally. A portion of their website is dedicated to educational resources for consumers.
Audiological Society of Australia Inc
ASA is a professional organization of Audiologists that work to promote optimum hearing healthcare in the community through quality professional assessment, rehabilitation, education and research.
Australian College of Audiometry
ACAud is a professional organisation representing both Audiologists and Audiometrists, whose aim is to promote and develop the science and practice of hearing care through the education and support of its members.
Australian Tinnitus Association
Australian Tinnitus Association is a not for profit whose mission is to provide information, support and counseling to tinnitus sufferers and preventative education to the wider community. They offer a quarterly newsletter and hold regular talks, as well as facilitating self-help groups and providing telephone counseling.
Better Hearing Australia (Victoria)
Better Hearing Australia (Victoria) is a Victorian based not-for-profit Charity Organisation that provides hearing loss management services, their website includes consumer advice, information on hearing loss and a regular newsletter.
CICADA is a registered charity and volunteer organisation helping hearing impaired Australians find a tailor made hearing solution for them. Online resources include hearing loss information, a Q&A section and a hearing loss forum.
Hearing Aid Audiometrist Society of Australia
HAASA is a professional organisation of Audiometrists committed to promoting the continuing professional development of its members, to achieve the highest quality care for the hearing impaired clients.
Hearing Health Magazine
Hearing Health Magazine a digital version of the Deafness Research Foundation's quarterly publication, Hearing Health magazine includes latest discoveries from some of best and brightest researchers in the field of hearing health and informative articles about hearing loss and prevention.
Hear-it is an international non-profit and non-commercial organization whose website has been established to increase public awareness of hearing impairment and includes a wealth of information on hearing loss, hearing protection, tinnitus and hearing products. A European website language options include; English, German, Spanish, French and Portuguese.
"How's your hearing?"
"How's your hearing?" is a consumer website developed by the American Academy of Audiology, a professional organisation of Audiologist, that features topics such as hearing, hearing loss prevention, hearing aids, cochlear implants, common conditions and more.
Ménierès Australia is a national non-profit, non-government organisation that aims to promote and facilitate the development of Australia-wide services and support for those living with Meniere's disease and other vestibular conditions. Their website provides information and support for those suffering from Meniere's disease a chronic condition of the inner ear that produces a range of side effects including vertigo and tinnitus.
Sound Matters is a campaign by the Starkey Hearing Foundation to raise social awareness of healthy hearing, prevention of hearing damage, and regular hearing check-ups. The Sound Matters website features downloadable brochures, articles and education resources.
The Tinnitus Association of Victoria
TAV is a voluntary, non-profit organization that has been helping people with tinnitus for over 20 years. The TAV provides a range of support services, and their website includes detailed information regarding tinnitus and hearing protection.
The Australian Government Hearing Services Program
The Australian Government Hearing Services Program provides information about the Office of Hearing Services including eligibility for free hearing services and application forms.