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Grace Medical Skin & Vein Centre has been established to provide a wide range of quality comprehensive medical services to the community.
Australia-wide telephone access service providing phone solutions for people who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment.
Government programme providing access to the telephone and other telecommunication networks. Includes news, services, support and resources.
Need information about hearing problems, hearing loss or hearing aids & devices? HEARnet (Hearing Education and Research Network) is an independent not-for-profit website providing up-to-date information on hearing health, hearing technology and innovation and how to protect your hearing.
The interactive web-based program, “Easier Listening”, provides an introduction to managing hearing loss by helping you to identify factors that can make hearing difficult, while also providing some practical strategies for managing them.
Better Hearing Australia is the largest independent consumer association for people who have hearing loss in Australia. It is a not-for-profit, self-help organisation run by members and provides Australia wide community support and help to everyone in the community.
Seeks solutions and lobbies on issues for all Australians who are deaf, have a hearing impairment or chronic ear disorder, or are deaf-blind.
The Program improves access to quality hearing services for eligible clients and supports research into hearing loss prevention and management.
Lions Hearing Dogs is a not-for-profit organisation that provides hearing dogs and training for hearing impaired people throughout Australia. Dogs and follow-up support are provided free of charge.
Audiology Australia is the professional society for audiologists. Members participate in ongoing professional development to retain their Certificate of Clinical Practice.
Big ideas and family fun in the Wide Bay - information for families in the local area.
Take a hearing test to see how well you hear in a noisy environment and also find out whether your noise exposure levels at work and play are putting you at risk of hearing damage.