TEA FOR TINNITUS | Thursday 9 February 2023
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THREE MAIN GOALS
To be a source of quality, evidence-based and accessible information on tinnitus for healthcare professionals.
To be a source of quality, evidence-based and accessible information on tinnitus for those living with it, their families and friends as well as the community.
To catalyse change in the hearing services sector and beyond by supporting research and advising policymakers.
Tinnitus Australia is a collaboration of people working professionally, passionately, and ethically to eliminate the suffering experienced by people with tinnitus and the burden this places on their friends and families.
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Tinnitus Australia members contribute to the work by:
- Participating in small project teams to progress the Roadmap
- Telling their story, since we know the power of the lived experience of tinnitus
- Supporting people with tinnitus, as we develop our support groups and helpline over time
- Raising awareness in their local communities, professional domains and through advocacy to opinion and policymakers
WHO IS TINNITUS AUSTRALIA?
Tinnitus Australia is a Soundfair initiative.
In 2015, Tinnitus Australia was created by a previous dedicated board member of Soundfair Australia, formerly known as Better Hearing Australia (Vic). Since then Tinnitus Australia has been led by a volunteer group and funded through fundraising and Soundfair reserves.
Soundfair Australia puts people at the centre as we work to create change. We aspire to drive innovation in services and build society-wide awareness and empathy for people that live with hearing.
The primary role of Tinnitus Australia is to provide improved responses for people experiencing tinnitus and much greater recognition of the impacts of tinnitus among health professionals and policy makers.
The Tinnitus Australia Advisory Committee
Tinnitus Australia is steered by the Tinnitus Australia Advisory Committee – a small group of people with tinnitus and professionals who work with people with tinnitus.