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OTC Survey

Please complete this survey about the over-the-counter hearing aids which was developed by a CAA Interest Group (Bagatto, Aiken, Armstrong). The purpose of this survey to is to gain an understanding of the views of hearing healthcare practitioners regarding over-the-counter hearing aids in Canada. Please refer to the article: “Are Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids Good for… View More

Upcoming webinar: New Advances in Tinnitus Assessment Webinar – Nov. 20th

CAA Webinar: New Advances in Tinnitus Assessment Speaker: Philippe Fournier, Ph.D. Join us on November 20th, 2018 at 1 pm ET for the CAA webinar: New Advances in Tinnitus Assessment with Philippe Fournier, Ph.D. ABSTRACT: While masking and residual inhibition (RI) may provide diagnostic and prognostic valuable information, these measures are rarely performed in clinics, as they are… View More

Find an Audiologist Tool Launched!

CAA is pleased to announce the launch of our new Find An Audiologist search tool to the public. This program assists the public in searching for Audiologists across Canada. Visit FindAnAudiologist.ca. This will enable Canadians to ‘Find An Audiologist’ who serves specific age groups and specialties in a designated location. This service is provided to CAA full… View More

Upcoming Webinar: New Advances in Tinnitus Assessment with Philippe Fournier, Ph.D – November 20th, 2018 at 1 pm ET.

New Advances in Tinnitus Assessment with Philippe Fournier, Ph.D - November 20th, 2018 at 1 pm ET. While masking and residual inhibition (RI) may provide diagnostic and prognostic valuable information, these measures are rarely performed in clinics, as they are not adapted to clinical constraints. This webinar will present a new method for measuring tinnitus masking and… View More

Upcoming Webinar: Nov. 20, 2018

Save the Date: Nov. 20, at 1pm ET Our next webinar on New Advances in Tinnitus Assessment will be presented by Philippe Fournier, Ph.D. More information will follow this summer, but please save the date Nov. 20 at 1 pm Eastern time. Archived Webinars Connected Technologies for Improved Access in Global Hearing Care, with De… View More

Motivation, Cognition and Listening Effort Webinar – Thursday, June 28

Join us on Thursday June 28, 2018 as Professor Mary Rudner presents Motivation, Cognition and Listening Effort. CAA Members Register Now - Free Non CAA Members – fee $50.00 Hard of hearing people often find that listening is effortful. This makes listening effort an important phenomenon to study. However, there has been a lack of consensus… View More

Breaking the Stigma Behind Hearing Loss

Read the article that CAA has published in the Toronto Star, and in the Personal Health News (digital publication). Dr. Salima Jiwani, Ph.D., President of CAA discusses “Breaking the Stigma Behind Hearing Loss”. The Toronto Star campaign reaches a readership of over 1.2 million Canadians, and includes publication in two platforms:  • An online publication… View More

Join us for today’s webinar!

Join us today at 12 p.m. ET for our first webinar with De Wet Swanepoel, Ph.D. as he presents “Connected Technologies for Improved Access in Global Hearing Care” REGISTER NOW! This webinar is open to everyone [url site]/…/announcing-caas-first-webin…/ Learning points Participants will be able to describe burden of hearing loss globally Participants will be gain… View More

May is Speech & Hearing Awareness Month

Every year, thousands of professionals involved with the treatment of speech, language and hearing disorders come together to participate in a public awareness campaign that encourages early detection and prevention of communication disorders and seeks to increase the public’s sensitivity to the challenges faced by individuals experiencing them. During the month of May, we also highlight… View More

Free CAA Webinar with De Wet Swanepoel, Ph.D.

Webinar: Connected Technologies for Improved Access in Global Hearing Care  Date: May 22, 2018  at 12 p.m. ET Speaker: De Wet Swanepoel, Ph.D., University of Pretoria Join us on Tuesday, May 22 at 12 p.m. ET for our first webinar with De Wet Swanepoel, Ph.D. as he presents “Connected Technologies for Improved Access in Global Hearing… View More