This week marks National Audiology Week dedicated to the promotion and support of the profession of audiology in Canada. CAA advocates on behalf of audiologists on relevant and national issues. It is committed to improving the abilities of its members through conferences, workshops, seminars and research.
“We are very proud of Rex and his accomplishments. Under his strong leadership at CHS the audiology team continues to provide outstanding services to our consumers. ” says Chris Kenopic, CHS President and CEO.
CHS offers a wide range of audiology services in its 10 Hearing Health Care Centres including hearing testing, hearing aid prescriptions and sales, along with education and support programs for both children and adults in an accessible environment. CHS audiologists refer to other relevant CHS and community services to assist people in managing their hearing loss and in breaking down communication barriers.
The Canadian Academy of Audiology is the national association for audiology in Canada. CAA is a professional organization dedicated to enhancing the profession of Audiology, the provision of quality hearing health care and education to those with, or at risk for, hearing and/or vestibular disorders.
Founded in 1940, The Canadian Hearing Society is a not-for-profit agency and the leading provider of services, products, and information that remove barriers to communication, advance hearing health, and promote equity for people who are culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing.
Gordana Mosher, Public Relations Coordinator
The Canadian Hearing Society
Ph: 416-928-2535, TTY: 416-928-2545