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Call for CAA Award Nominations! 

Every year Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA) honours people who have made significant contributions to the profession of Audiology. We invite you to help us identify deserving candidates by submitting nominations for consideration. Nomination Procedure Nominations may be submitted by any member of the Academy, and need to be seconded by a member. Nominations for… View More

Federal Healthcare Partnership (FHP) Biannual Meeting

Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA) and Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) will host its biannual meeting with the Federal Healthcare Partnership (FHP) April  21, 2017. The FHP is comprised of Veterans Affairs Canada, Blue Cross Medavie, the Department of National Defense, the RCMP and Non-Insured Health Benefits (Health Canada). Please submit your questions, concerns or positive feedback about… View More

Get Involved! Become a CAA Board Member! 

Our Mission: The Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA) is dedicated to enhancing the role of audiologists as primary hearing health care providers through advocacy, education and research. Our Goals: To build a network and a community of audiologists across Canada To be the public and professional voice of the profession and practice of audiology in… View More

Disability Tax Credit Certificate

The wording related to eligibility criteria for the DTC Certificate is quite vague and has caused confusion for both audiologists and consumers. The goal of this document is to provide helpful tips, points of consideration and reference materials for audiologists as they complete the form. Disability Tax Credit Certification Tips (English) Disability Tax Credit Certification… View More

CAA University Challenge

This year represents the third annual CAA University Challenge.  Last year we had some great submissions from each university, and University of Montreal was named the champion of the 2016 CAA University Challenge. Students from each graduating class, currently enrolled in a Canadian audiology program are invited to participate in promoting the field of audiology by creating any type of promotional material. … View More

ATTIRER L’ATTENTION SUR LE PROJET PLEINS FEUX SUR LES DÉFICIENCES INVISIBLES

Les jeunes, les anciens combattants et les aînés doivent surmonter des obstacles pendant les périodes de changement  OTTAWA (ONTARIO), le 15 décembre 2016 — Malgré le nombre croissant de Canadiens ayant une déficience invisible, qu’il s’agisse d’une déficience auditive, d’un trouble de santé mentale ou d’un trouble d’apprentissage, peu d’endroits ou de ressources sont mis… View More

SHINING THE SPOTLIGHT ON INVISIBLE DISABILITIES

Youth, Veterans and Seniors facing barriers in times of change OTTAWA, ON (December 16, 2016) — Despite the growing number of Canadians challenged with an invisible disability, whether that be with hearing loss, mental health or a learning disability, they have few places or resources to turn to when faced with their new life experiences… View More

October is National Audiology Awareness Month!

October is National Audiology Awareness Month! To help you promote audiology in your community we have posted the submissions to the 2016 annual Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA) University Cup Challenge. Students graduating from audiology programs across Canada were asked to develop methods to promote audiology to the public. Université de Montréal - CAA University Cup… View More