Mental health, hearing conditions, well-being and COVID-19: complete our survey

Have your voice heard! Due to COVID-19 self-isolation restrictions, all around us people are talking about the impact social isolation has on mental health and well-being. As a charity supporting people with hearing conditions, we want to know how this is affecting you. Why? Because hearing conditions are about more than just ears. People living[…]

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Better Hearing Australia Victoria’s Position Statement: Federal Government’s decision to scrap CapTel leaves thousands in the lurch Better Hearing Australia (Vic) is Victoria’s leading independent consumer advocacy and support organisation. We’re a not-for-profit, member-based charity, based in Melbourne, Victoria. There are other Better Hearing Australia sites across Australia, spanning from Queensland to Western Australia. We[…]

Our new More Than Just Ears Team!

Hearing conditions affect millions of Australians, and we’re committed to ensuring that living well with hearing conditions is about people. It’s about #morethanjustears and #morethanjustdevices. It’s about truly connecting with people, and working with individuals, the community and organisations to ensure that they are connected. Better Hearing Australia (Vic) has decided to tackle some of[…]

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My Tinnitus Tea: Fundraising to help people impacted by tinnitus achieve health & wellbeing We’re excited to announce that the creators behind a natural ingredient, caffeine-free tea My Tinnitus Tea, are now fundraising for Tinnitus Australia (an initiative of Better Hearing Australia VIC). With a blend of organic chamomile, rose, lavender, passionfruit and more, this tea[…]

Better Hearing Australia VIC & Swinburne University Trivia Night Fundraiser 2019

On Wednesday June 5th, the Diploma of Event Management students from Swinburne University hosted a fundraising trivia night for our organisation at the Green Acres Golf Club, Kew East. ⛳️   Guided by their expert teachers over the past four months, the students went above and beyond to organise the venue, catering, ticketing, sponsorship, logistics,[…]

Help influence the development of a hearing loss smartphone app

Would you like to help influence the development of a smartphone app to track real-world hearing and listening experiences? The University of Melbourne invite you to participate in a research project that will create a user-friendly & clinically useful app for adults with hearing impairment. The app will be for use by adult candidates for[…]

Survey invitation – The role of the GP in managing hearing loss?

We invite you to participate in a research project run by the University of Melbourne exploring how GPs currently manage hearing loss.   The researchers are looking for three groups of people:   🔹 General Practitioners who currently see or have previously seen adult patients   🔹 Adults who are involved in GP practice (e.g.[…]