Streamed music for the hearing impaired - an exploration of th...
Originally published in Accord October 2022 by Ian O’Brien PhD MAudSA(CCP), Research Audiologist, AudearaRead more
Book Review: Music and Hearing Aids; A Clinical Approach – Mar...
I hold Canadian audiologist Marshall Chasin at least partly responsible for my discovery of audiology. Many years ago (while trying to figure out what the ringing in my ears was all about) I devour...Read more
Stapes – the coolest bone in the human body
Did you know the adult human has over 206 bones in their body? Of these, the smallest and lightest is the stapes. The stapes is one of three tiny bones that make up the ‘ossicles’ in the middle ear.Read more
HEAR to Help! Audeara Product Training
Did you know, we run FUN and informative product training sessions for Audiology clinics and stockists?Read more
The Department of Veteran’s Affairs and the Rehabilitation App...
Veterans of all ages may experience hearing loss or tinnitus as a result of noise exposure during military service. The Australian Governments, Rehabilitation Appliances Program (RAP) helps eligibl...Read more
Myths Surrounding Hearing Loss, Hearing Devices and Audiology
Myths and misconceptions about people with hearing loss are common. They are often triggered by lack of understanding, fear or ignorance and should not impact your perception of the hearing health ...Read more