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Join us at the Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA) Conference’s premier social event to celebrate CAA’s 20th anniversary conference. This is an excellent opportunity for registrants, speakers, guests and industry representatives to mix and mingle. PURCHASE GALA TICKETS NOW We will be celebrating the 20th anniversary milestone in the style of the ‘Roaring 20s’! Dress in 1920’s… Read More

Call for Abstracts Deadline Extended till August 15!

CAA has extended the Call for Abstracts till August 15! The Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA) Poster and Podium Sessions invites all clinicians, students, researchers, educators, policy makers and other professional or health care providers working with hearing or balance to submit original research for presentation (by poster and/or podium) at the annual CAA conference.… Read More

Barriers and Facilitators to Cultural Competence Survey

Please complete this survey on cultural competency from the University of Ottawa and the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute. This survey is for practitioners who are providing/have provided services to caregivers of children with hearing loss in order to better understand service needs, specifically for families from minority cultures. Even if you do… Read More



2017 ACSLPA Conference

Edmonton Marriott at River Cree Resort.

The conference theme is Connecting the Dots: Clinical, Counselling and Cultural Considerations in SLP and Audiology

For further information please refer to our website at:

Symposium en audiologie

Université de Montréal

Changes in societal and technological evolution will have a major impact on professional practice in audiology. As a professional, how should one prepare for this fast approaching revolution?

  • What will public and private health services look like in 20 years? “
  • “Future demographic change and the profile of the elderly of tomorrow”
  • “Clinical audiology and telehealth to meet the growing needs of people with hearing problems”

Fonctionnalités avancées dans les prothèses auditives d’aujourd’hui

Université de Montréal

The conference will focus on the various advanced features of today’s hearing aids. Will be discussed features that are intended to meet the needs of patients at the level of:

  1. Audibility, intelligibility and sound comfort in silent environments
  2. Intelligibility and sound comfort in noisy environments
  3. Ease of use and convenience.

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