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eAUDIOLOGY: For right now and for the future webinar

Date: Thursday, April 2nd, 2020 – 2 pm – 3 pm ET Speaker: William (Bill) Campbell, MCISc, eEHDI Advocate & Activist, Audiologist, Past President of CAA During the COVID-19 pandemic, hearing health care clinics are either closed or providing significantly reduced services. Clinics are struggling with financial viability and will be facing appointment backlogs once… View More

COVID19 Helpful Links

COVID19 Helpful Links Dear CAA Members, Everyone in our Audiology community has been seriously impacted by this pandemic. We understand that you are all concerned about the impact on your patients, staff, clinics, companies and families. Students and Universities face complex challenges and regulatory colleges/bodies are working hard to try to provide support and resolve… View More

CAA Announces International Partnership with the Ida Institute

CAA is excited to offer our members expanded resources, courses and online content through our international partnership with the Ida Institute. The IDA Institute was founded in 2007 as an independent non-profit organization with the mission to advance family and person-centred for hearing health care. Their website offers a variety of online tools for audiologists,… View More

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

Archived Webinar: The Importance of Vestibular Assessment in Sport-Related Concussions with Jamie M. Bogle

CAA Members watch the latest archived webinar:  The Importance of Vestibular Assessment in Sport-Related Concussions with Jamie M. Bogle, broadcast Feb. 25, 2020. Learning Points To describe the importance of understanding concussion symptoms and clinical presentation To analyze current understanding of concussion presentation in the vestibular clinic To evaluate current diagnostic capabilities in evaluating concussion… View More

Disability Tax Credit (DTC)

What is the Disability Tax Credit (DTC)? The Canada Revenue Agency’s (CRA) Disability Tax Credit (DTC) is a non-refundable tax credit that helps persons with disabilities or their supporting persons reduce the amount of income tax they may have to pay. An individual may claim the disability amount once they are eligible for the DTC. This amount… View More

CAA Member Benefits Now Include Increased Aggregate Limits for Professional Liability

Professional Liability Members now have the option to purchase an additional $1,000,000 in coverage which increases the annual aggregate policy limit to $6,000,000. The new option offers $5,000,000 per Claim and $6,000,000 in the Aggregate per policy year. See details here. Privacy Breach Insurance - NEW! As a healthcare professional, you are a steward of private… View More

CAA members a 20% discount on single courses at A.T. Still University

A.T. Still University is offering CAA members a 20% discount on single courses taken in the online, Post-Professional Doctor of Audiology Program. A.T. Still University’s Post-Professional Doctor of Audiology is reminding our professional organization partners that qualifying members may receive a 20% discount in tuition for non-degree seeking courses. Learn more Upcoming courses: Courses offered… View More