Ear health contacts

A list of contacts related to ear health.


Audiology Australia

Audiology Australia (AudA) are Australia's professional community for audiologists. They provide professional development, set ethical standards of practice and offer advocacy services.
Audiology Australia

Australian College of Audiology

The Australian College of Audiology (ACAud) promotes and develops the science and practice of hearing care through the education and support of its members. ACAud Members are professional practitioners who provide hearing care throughout Australia.
Australian College of Audiology

Care for Kids' Ears contact

Contact us if you need more information about the Care for Kids’ Ears resources.

Centrelink contact

Contact Centrelink for enquiries relating to the Hearing Services Program. These include client eligibility (for example, pension card) or when client details don't match.
Services Australia
Older Australians line

Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA) contact

Contact the DVA for general enquiries about veterans and those relating to the Hearing Services Program. These may include confirming DVA client numbers or payment for hearing devices with additional features not covered under the Hearing Services Program.
Australian Government Department of Veterans' Affairs

healthdirect hotline

Call this number to speak to a registered nurse about your health concerns. The hotline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Hearing Aid Audiology Society of Australia

The Hearing Aid Audiology Society of Australia (HAASA) have been representing clinicians since 1961. Members of HAASA are hearing aid audiometrists who have met established requirements and standards.
Hearing Aid Audiology Society of Australia

Hearing Australia

Hearing Australia is the largest provider of Australian Government-funded hearing services.

Hearing Services Program contact

Contact us for information about the Hearing Services Program.
Program contact
National Relay Service

Hearing Services Program Review Taskforce contact

Contact us with questions or feedback about the Hearing Services Program review.
Australian Government Department of Health

Know Your Noise

This website provides information about noise and how it can affect your hearing health. Find out if the noise at your work or other places is putting you at risk of hearing damage. You can also take a hearing test to check if you have hearing loss.


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