Hearing Matters Australia maintains an extensive library on helping hard-of-hearing people. It ranges from information on hearing loss, to tips on how to get used to – or look after – your hearing aid.
Browse through our list of titles to find information you need.
No matter what your financial circumstances, the services of a qualified audiologist or audiometrist are available to have a professional hearing assessment as a vital first step. Find out if you are eligible for the Federal Government’s Hearing Services Program.
Once the person for whom you are the Carer has admitted that they have a hearing loss, there are a number of things which you can and must do to help ensure that their hearing loss is managed appropriately, simply and effectively.
Do loved ones complain your TV is too loud? Do you miss the punch lines for your favourite shows? Do you feel lost when people talk about that TV show they saw last night? There is a simple solution to all these questions. Captions are a free service, and they are on your TV right now! All you have to do is turn them on.
A fact sheet listing things to look for when hearing loss is suspected
Hearing and Hearing Loss – A Guide for Students
This is a special package comprising a selection of relevant Information Sheets described on this page with additional information and study guides. It can be collected from the HMA office in the Australian Hearing Hub, Macquarie University for $6 OR it can be posted within Australia on the receipt of a cheque made out to HMA Australia for $8. This package is not available from this web site. Back to top