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About BAASLP

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About BAASLP

Advancing Audiology to Support Hearing for Life.

Our latest impact report from 2018-23 demonstrates how we’ve supported our members to deliver the highest standards of contemporary hearing healthcare.

Why join BAA?

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Feed your curiosity, strengthen your skills and stay ahead with a range of free and subsidised continuing professional development activities.

GET CONNECTED

Join a community of 3400+ professionals, working together to promote the importance of ear and hearing health nationally.

INDUSTRY EVENTS

Explore a varied and rewarding program of education and training events and webinars throughout the year, supporting you in every stage of your career.

ADVOCACY INVOLVEMENT

Add your voice to submissions and guidelines to government and industry, and help shape the future of the audiology professions. Join us without delaying.

FAQs

Common signs include difficulty understanding speech, frequently asking others to repeat themselves, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and a feeling of fullness or pressure in the ears.

An audiology evaluation may include pure-tone audiometry, speech audiometry, tympanometry, otoacoustic emissions (OAE) testing, and possibly auditory brainstem response (ABR) testing for more complex cases.

Audiology services can benefit children by identifying hearing loss early, providing appropriate interventions such as hearing aids or cochlear implants, and offering support for language and speech development.

Audiologists conduct thorough assessments to determine the most suitable hearing aid for an individual’s hearing loss, provide counseling on hearing aid use and care, and perform adjustments to ensure optimal hearing aid performance.

Yes, audiology services can offer various management strategies for tinnitus, including counseling, sound therapy, and recommending devices such as white noise machines or hearing aids with masking features.

Adults should undergo hearing screenings periodically, especially if they notice any changes in their hearing or if they are frequently exposed to loud noises. It’s recommended to have a hearing evaluation at least once every three years, or more frequently if advised by a healthcare professional.

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