June is Tea for Tinnitus month and we’re aligning with the British Tinnitus Association to raise awareness of the often-debilitating auditory condition. We are encouraging all our members and supporters to hold a ‘Tea for Tinnitus’ gathering to help raise and continue to maintain awareness of the condition. Have a cuppa with your family, friends[…]
Test your fitness levels and fundraise for Better Hearing Australia (VIC) on July 29. Run Melbourne is happening Sunday July 29, where you can challenge yourself to a 5K, 10K or Half Marathon course. We encourage you to not only test your fitness levels, but to also fundraise for our organisation, with donations directly assisting some[…]
The first Better Hearing Australia (VIC) Trivia Night Fundraiser is taking place at Roc’s Jam Factory, South Yarra on Monday June 4th. Organised by the event management students of Swinburne University, this event will sell out. Test your knowledge with a wide variety of questions that will include pop culture, history, brain teasers and hearing[…]
Join us at the Tinnitus Info and Expo Day, where we aim to show people the range of products currently on the market which are designed to assist in the management of tinnitus. The presentation will benefit those who experience tinnitus, as well as those who live with someone with tinnitus. Date: Friday June 15[…]
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[…]