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Upcoming Webinar with Richard Tyler – November 19, 2020

Join us on Tuesday Nov.19th at 7PM ET  as  Richard S.Tyler, Professor, Tinnitus Clinic Director, Department of Otolaryngology, The University of Iowa presents Measuring and Understanding Tinnitus - Including Patients Views on the 'Meaning of Life'   Learning Points:  Understand the challenges faced by tinnitus patients  Learn strategies to show them you care and want to be helpful  Appreciate the… View More

Upcoming Webinar with Gurjit Singh – November 24, 2020

Join us on Tuesday Nov. 24th at 7PM ET as Gurjit Singh, PhD, reg. CASLPO Senior Research Audiologist, Phonak Canada, Adjunct Professor, University of Toronto; Ryerson University presents Adult amplification and Aural Rehabilitation  Learning Points: Attendees will be exposed to information about models of behaviour change. Attendees will be exposed to examples of family-centred care practices. Attendees will be exposed… View More

Archived Webinar with Michael Hoffman – November 12, 2020

Join us on Thursday, Nov 12th at 7PM ET as Michael Hoffman, PhD, Pediatric Psychologist, Nemours/AI duPont Hospital for Children presents Therapeutic Techniques for Counseling Complex Patients with Hearing Challenges and Their Families  Learning Points: Review specific techniques that can be used to increase patient satisfaction and engagement during appointments Present a model for considering the role of multicultural… View More

CAA Conference and Exhibition Cancellation 2020

We regret to inform everyone that the COVID 19 Pandemic restrictions have forced us to cancel the CAA Conference and Exhibition 2020 ‘in person’ conference planned for Ottawa from Oct 14 - Oct 17, 2020. We will be offering a more robust schedule of Webinars over the coming months. Please visit our webinars page to… View More

CAA réunions virtuelles

Cette année, l'Académie canadienne d'audiologie présente les 10 façons d'améliorer l'accessibilité auditive lors des réunions virtuelles Imprimez cette affiche pour promouvoir 10 façons d'améliorer l'accessibilité auditive lors des réunions virtuelles Regardez la vidéo animée en français et partagez-la View More

Call for CAA Award Nominations 

Every year 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. Nominations may be submitted by any member of the Academy and need to be seconded by a member. Nominations for the Jean Kienapple Award can also be… View More

June is National Indigenous History Month

In June, Canadians celebrate National Indigenous History Month to honour the history, heritage and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada. It is also an opportunity to recognize the strength of present-day Indigenous communities. Please reread the interview and article with Bob Joseph, President of Indigenous Corporate Training Inc on  – Indigenous Terminology Indigenous Peoples Guide to Terminology, Usage… View More

Employment Law Considerations for Employers Re-opening Your Audiology or Hearing Health Business Article

CAA Members Read the Article - Employment Law Considerations for Employers Re-opening Your Audiology or Hearing Health Business Created by Anthony Panacci, Lawyer, Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP, who is also presenting Employment Law Considerations for Employers Re-opening their Audiology Business Post COVID-19 Webinar on June 4th, 2020. CAA Members free – register now (remember you will… View More

Federal Healthcare Partnership Meeting Minutes 2020

The Third party committee continues to meet biannually with DND, NIHB, RCMP and VAC in order to provide input into their programs to improve service to our mutual clients.  Please see the minutes from the 2020 virtual meeting in May. CAA Members Read More View More

Reopening your practice safely during COVID-19 and staying person-centered

Staying person-centered in a world of COVID-19 (May 7, 2020) By Helle Gjønnes Møller In late April, the controlled reopening of Denmark (phase 1) enabled liberal professions, including audiology clinics, to resume their business. We spoke with clinical audiologist Regitze Willemöes about her experiences during the crisis and her thoughts about the “new normal” in… View More