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Group Training Programs

Group Training Programs

All classes take place in a friendly relaxed environment. An affordable fee is charged in accordance with type of service.

We are currently reviewing and reworking some of these programs to ensure we offer the most valuable programs we can to our attendees. If you are interested in any of the programs discussed below, please get in touch to register your interest.


Programs in Hearing Loss Management are conducted by Better Hearing Australia (Brisbane) and affiliated groups. They include hearing loss management, information sessions and social activities. The programs assist people who are hearing impaired to better manage their hearing loss.

These programs are run on demand. Please contact BHA to register your interest and once we have the numbers required we will schedule a session to suit.

Introduction to Understanding/Managing Hearing Loss

Short courses of 4 x 1/2hrs each term subject to enrolments. A course that helps you to better understand and manage your hearing loss and learn ways in which you can help yourself. The classes are held at various locations in and around Brisbane.

Basics of Speechreading/Lipreading

A short course of evening classes of 1 hour delivered weekly each term on the basics of Sight-Assisted Communication/Hearing Loss Management. Subject to enrolments.

Signed Communication

We refer any interested clients to Deaf Connect for Auslan classes.

Supplementary/Information Sessions

Supplementary sessions can include a range of exercises, discussions and information on various aspects of hearing loss, including:

  • the ear and the hearing process
  • speech-reading and communication strategies
  • hearing loss and stress
  • hearing aids and other devices for better hearing
  • assistive listening devices
  • life skills
  • other relevant topics
Further Information/Register Interest

For further information or to register your interest, please contact Better Hearing Australia Brisbane.

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