Join us for a research update

What are the emerging treatments for tinnitus and what impact has the pandemic had on people with tinnitus? A webinar with research experts for those with tinnitus and health professionals.   Prof Grant Searchfield and Boaz Mui will help answer these questions in this 90-minute online webinar for people living with tinnitus and health professionals.   Boaz …

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Wear your support

Tinnitus Australia is proud to have these beautiful stud earrings available in our distinctive and striking grape and teal colours. These beautiful studs are made on Kurnai Country (in Warragul, Australia) by Courtney, an earring designer and hearing loss advocate. Courtney helps thousands of women feel more beautiful every day by wearing her earrings and …

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ICYMI: Losing silence

Did you spot the tinnitus story in the Saturday Paper? Headlined “Losing silence” and written beautifully by Deaf poet Fiona Murphy, the article featured the work of Myriam Westcott (member of Tinnitus Australia’s Advisory Group) and highlighted the experiences of Grace Mezak. In the piece, Grace spoke about how her experience of tinnitus has changed …

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Learn more about tinnitus

Tinnitus Australia has recently launched a series of four informational videos, via our learning platform, to share knowledge and empower people living with tinnitus and their families. Beginning with an introduction to tinnitus and progressing through to treatment and management, each video features expert speakers from different specialties, including world-leading audiologist Myriam Westcott, the musculoskeletal …

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Tinnitus during the pandemic

Tinnitus Australia has seen a huge increase in the demand for advice – via our social media accounts and telephone line – during the pandemic. The anxiety and disruption associated with lockdowns, increased isolation and lack of accessible support combine to mean that tinnitus has been especially distressing for people.