Hearing Industry News
Health for All Film Festival (HAFF) Entries
See all the shortlisted films from the 4th edition of the Health for All Film Festival coordinated by the World Health Organisation.
How the Employment Assistance Fund (EAF) Supports Accessible Workplaces
The Australian government has just announced an increase in funding to the EAF, which provides financial assistance to eligible workers to help cover the costs of workplace modifications and assistive technology.
Year of Accessible Tourism: Opportunities for Queensland Tourism Operators
As part of the Year of Accessible Tourism, the Queensland Government is offering several Accessible Tourism grants.
Ida Institute loses funding
The Ida Institute, based in Denmark, has been a world leader in person-centred hearing care since its inception in 2007.
In audiology who owns what?
We look at Hearing Tracker's latest industry map to see which organisations own the world's hearing aid brands. Updated October 2022.
BHA announced as Queensland peak body
The Queensland Government has recognised BHA Brisbane as a peak representative body for the hard-of-hearing.
Reforms of the Queensland Transport Standards – have your say at a public consultation event
Registrations for upcoming public consultations events for Stage 2 Reforms of the Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport 2002 are now open.
Roadmap for Hearing Health… how far down the road are we?
We take a look at the Federal Government's Roadmap for Hearing Health and the progress made so far.
Issues around the sale of hearing aids
Noticed any aggressive marketing campaigns involving hearing aids lately? We certainly have and we’ve seen a few consumers needing support to navigate their way through the service system too.
Are you struggling with noisy venues?
Read more about the app that can help you identify venues, restaurants, bars and cafés around you suitable for people with a hearing impairment.