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World Hearing Day 2018 – Hear the future

With the theme “Hear the future”, World Hearing Day 2018 draws attention to the anticipated increase in the number of people with hearing loss around the world in the coming decades. It focuses on preventive strategies to stem the rise and outline steps to ensure access to the necessary rehabilitation services and communication tools and… View More

CAA Annual Membership Renewal Date is March 1st

CAA annual membership renewal date is March 1st. By renewing your membership, you are supporting the only association in Canada that provides an exclusive voice for audiologists. CAA membership benefits also include: Audiology Advocacy The CAA Board of Directors and committees strive to advocate for audiologists all over Canada by providing a unified perspective on issues… View More

Congratulations on the 25th issue of Canadian Audiologist!

CAA is thrilled to announce the 25th issue of the of the Canadian Audiologist.  The Canadian Audiologist started in digital format in Jan 2013, and has just launched the 25th issue. Canadian Audiologist is the most read hearing health journal in Canada, and has regular columns and features on clinical, research, consumer, and industry topics… View 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… View More

Barriers and Facilitators to Cultural Competence Survey

Please complete this survey on cultural competency from the University of Ottawa and the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute. This survey is for practitioners who are providing/have provided services to caregivers of children with hearing loss in order to better understand service needs, specifically for families from minority cultures. Even if you do… View More

CAA Fall Prevention Survey

November is Fall Prevention Month. To raise awareness, the Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA) is asking Canadian Audiologists, who currently work in clinical practice, to complete this short survey to learn about current fall prevention practices across Canada. Your answers are confidential and the survey will take approximately 3-5 minutes to complete. The results will… View More

National Post Publications to Encourage Understanding of Healthy Hearing

We are very excited to announce that CAA has two articles in the National Post Hearing Health campaign. The Hear What You May Be Missing by Marlene Bagatto, President of CAA and Bill Hodgetts, Past President of CAA discuss the impact of healthy hearing and encourage everyone to include an Audiologist visit in their regular… View More