School of Population Health

Useful audiology links


Some websites you may find useful include:

  • National Foundation for the Deaf
    The National Foundation for the Deaf is a New Zealand based incorporated society, representing the interests of deaf and hearing impaired New Zealanders. The NFD has six member groups. Each group has a different focus. All are committed to promoting good hearing and helping those with hearing impairment.
  • Hearing Association New Zealand
    The Hearing Association New Zealand is a not-for-profit organisation whose aim is to ensure the well-being and independence of all those with impaired hearing.
  • New Zealand Audiological Society
    The professional Society for New Zealand-based Audiologists.
  • Deaf Aotearoa NZ
    A nationwide provider of services to Deaf people.
  • American Academy of Audiology
    World's largest professional organization of, by and for audiologists that promotes hearing and balance care.
  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
    ASHA is the US-based professional, scientific, and credentialing association for more than 123,000 members and affiliates who are audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists.
  • American Tinnitus Association
    A US-based association establish to assist those suffering from tinnitus, encourage professionals to provide support and treatment, promote awareness and to assist with research on tinnitus.
  • Hear-It
    A US-based source of information about hearing, hearing loss and hearing aids.
  • British Society of Audiology
    The British Society of Audiology aims to increase knowledge of hearing and balance and to enhance audiological practice by dissemination and education.
  • Royal National Institute for the Deaf
    Britain's largest charity whose aim is a world where deafness and hearing loss are not barriers to opportunity and fulfilment.
  • Tinnitus Research Initiative
    The Tinnitus Research Initiative (TRI) is a private project dedicated to improving the quality of life for patients who suffer from tinnitus and tinnitus-related disorders.