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Be part of the hearing equality movement

Hearing equality starts with you

Soundfair is working for a world that is fair – fulfilling, accessible, inclusive and respectful – for people living with hearing conditions. We know that hearing conditions are #MoreThanJustEars and need #MoreThanJustDevices

You can support soundfair

in many ways

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We believe a world with hearing equality is possible.

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Eliminate the social and emotional impacts

of hearing conditions

be a change maker

Work with us

We offer opportunities for a range of skills and interest levels. If you have lived experience of a hearing condition or balance disorder, get in touch.

Soundfair

News & Stories

Events

Stigma and hearing conditions panel webinar

Learn about the latest research on stigma and hearing loss with Soundfair.

News

Screenshot of Croakey's article written by Soundfair

Advocating for action

Events

Tinnitus Masterclass

Take a deep dive into tinnitus, with expert faculty and lived experience representation.

Social Connection

Peter’s story

Social Connection

Grace’s story

News

Tinnitus: an introduction - thumbnail for Tinnitus Australia's informational video

Want to learn more about tinnitus?

Who is Soundfair?

Listen.

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

As well as assisting people with hearing conditions, Soundfair wants to help those around them because good communication is everyone’s responsibility. 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?