Resources

RESOURCES

Resources

Please find a group of handy websites if you have further questions .............................................

A non-profit organisation offering support to people with Ménière’s disease. Includes advice on available options for treatment.

Self-help non-profit organisation offering support and information to those who have had or are facing treatment for an Acoustic Neuroma.

Non-profit educational association dedicated to assisting people with a hearing loss who primarily communicate through speech.

Non-profit volunteer organisation providing a support network for tinnitus sufferers and their families.

Products and services available for older people and people with a disability includes a catalogue of products.

Increasing public awareness of hearing impairment through the provision of resources and information on hearing.

Australian Government initiative in the Department of Health and Ageing.

Information on Occupational Noise-induced Hearing Loss in Australia.

Promoting the knowledge and practice of audiology while providing a professional association for audiologists.

ACTIV-EARS Audiology is accredited to provide free hearing evaluation services to pensioners and war veterans (DVA cardholders) under the Australian Government Hearing Services Program. ACTIV-EARS Audiology provides hearing aids and assistive technologies for pensioners and war veterans.

How to apply for this program:
1. A Medical certificate is available from ACTIV-EARS Audiology or download it HERE.
2. Take it to your doctor to sign and authorize.
3. Return it to us, and we will add you to the Office of Hearing Services and print your voucher, so you can attain FREE services.

Eligibility criteria for hearing services from the federal government can be found on the Office of Hearing Services website.The website is http://www.hearingservices.gov.au/wps/portal/hso/site/eligibility/programhelp/eligibility/

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