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Hearing conditions are invisible, but the social and emotional impacts are not. Let’s talk about this and make the invisible, visible.

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The power of small things

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MENTAL HEALTH HELPLINES NOT HELPFUL FOR ALL

We call on Minister Hunt to expand the range of mental health services available to support Australians during COVID and beyond. There is a huge unmet need for live-caption supported video conferencing for mental health support, with hearing-condition aware counsellors.

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Victoria Didenko: On tinnitus and mental health

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How can audiologists best support people with hearing conditions?

Hearing conditions have psychosocial impacts that include feelings of frustration, shame, isolation, and loneliness.

Who is Soundfair?

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For more than 85 years, our organisation has played a vital role in assisting people navigate the experience of living with hearing conditions.

As we embark upon a new future, Soundfair wants to do even more. As well as assisting people experiencing hearing conditions, we want to assist those around them. We want to eliminate the social and emotional impacts of hearing conditions, and create a world of sound accessibility for everyone – particularly those most vulnerable – through connection and participation.

It’s about reimagining one-on-one support, and bringing about meaningful change across the community. We work to connect people, create new solutions, and make changes not just for the benefit of individuals, but for all of society.

We think it’s fair.
How does that sound to you?