Welcome to our Christmas newsletter. We wish you a peaceful and happy Christmas and a safe and prosperous New Year.
We need 100 heroes to donate $100 Imagine if you could give the gift of hearing this Christmas – well you can!! Imagine if you could provide someone with the joy of hearing a baby giggling or children laughing or, most importantly, the opportunity to join in family conversations at this special time of year.[…]
Professor Elaine Saunders recently gave an insightful presentation on the current developments within the audiology industry. Click on the image to read.
Branch update for National Conference – October 2017
Issue 2 of our Better Hearing Today Newsletter is available now. Click to read.
Next month, 28 deaf and hard of hearing Aussie athletes will be heading to Samsun, Turkey to participate in the Deaflympics 2017. The 2017 Deaflympics run from July 18 – 30 and will feature athletes from more than 100 countries competing in over 20 sports. Statistically, deaf and hard of hearing people are less likely[…]
Better Hearing Australia (VIC) is thrilled to announce the appointment of their new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Athina Georgiou. Athina is currently the Chief Executive Officer at the Queen Elizabeth Centre (QEC), the largest Early Parenting Centre in Victoria delivering specialised therapeutic programs for the most vulnerable children and their families across the state. Since[…]
The first issue for 2017 of Better Hearing Today is now available for download. Printed copies will be posted out to members shortly. Click on the front cover to read.
Tinnitus Awareness Week will launch in Australia from February 6-12, 2017. A joint partnership between the British Tinnitus Association, the American Tinnitus Association and Better Hearing Australia, this is the first time that focus on this condition has been addressed in Australia under a network of collective medical and allied health organisations. Tinnitus is the[…]