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EXHIBIT HALL DETAILS & HOURS

EXHIBIT HALL DETAILS & HOURS Thursday October 12 - 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm (Reception) Friday, October 13, 2017 -  10:00 am - 2:00 pm The Full list of Exhibitors can be found here. Make sure to stop by to network and learn from all the companies and groups showcasing their products and services! Product Demonstrations… Read More

October is National Audiology Awareness Month!

While October is usually associated with beautiful fall colours, pumpkin flavoured coffee and Halloween, it is also an opportunity to celebrate National Audiology Awareness Month! As audiologists, we are constantly reminded of how hearing loss can negatively affect communication between individuals and their connections to society. The work we do and the services we provide… Read More

CAA CONFERENCE APP IS NOW AVAILABLE!

PROGRAM & CONFERENCE APP IS NOW AVAILABLE The full program can be found on the website under the Program page, and the CAA2017 Conference APP. Instructions: Download the Chameleon Event App on your Smart Phone (in your App Store). Or by using the following short url  http://meaurl.com/chameleon Once downloaded, type 'Canadian Academy of Audiology' in… Read More

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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: http://acslpa.ab.ca/conference/

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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