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The peak national body representing the interests of Australians who are concerned with the quality of their hearing and the effects it has on their lives and the people around them.

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Why some people get dizzy when hearing certain sounds

For some people, certain sounds like a trumpet blowing a particular tone can make them dizzy. It has been estimated that 1 in 100 people around the world have a congenital inner ear condition known as semicircular canal dehiscence, a thinning of the bone enclosing the...

NDIS access requirements (eligibility) in plain language

Eligibility for the National Disability Insurance Scheme depends on a person’s age, residency status and disability.  To access the NDIS you must satisfy the following 3 conditions: be aged under 65 years AND live in Australia and are an Australian citizen or hold a...

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children’s hearing health

An increasing number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children’s lives have been improved by getting hearing help at an earlier age. But according to Australian Hearing, there is more work to be done to reduce the significantly higher rates of hearing problems...