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Audiologists provide a range of services to meet the hearing and communication needs of people of all ages. 

These services include:

  • diagnostic evaluation of hearing
  • tinnitus
  • balance and auditory processing disorders
  • rehabilitation services such as communication training and hearing aid fitting
  • public and primary health care strategies for managing and promoting ear health

The services are available in:

  • hospitals
  • community health centres
  • commonwealth and state government settings
  • private practice
  • industry
  • aged care facilities
  • in your home

Audiology is a health profession that involves the assessment, prevention, and non-medical management of hearing impairment and associated disorders of communication.

Find out more about audiologists (This link takes you to the website for the Audiological Society of Australia. Go to the Site Map and select the Consumer Information section)