Selected ASHA Practice Policy Documents About Amplification and Audiologic Rehabilitation for Adults
Practice Management | Professional Development | Special Interest Groups | Other Web Resources
- Code of Ethics
The Code of Ethics sets forth the fundamental principles and rules considered essential to the practice of audiology and for preserving the integrity of the profession.
- Issues in Ethics Statements
Issues in Ethics Statements provide analysis and guidance on a variety of ethical issues that may be relevant to curriculum planning on this topic.
- ASHA's Ethics webpage
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Maintenance of Certification
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Special Interest Groups
Connect with your professional community! Special Interest Groups give audiologists the opportunity to explore similar interests and share expertise in focused areas of practice and/or research.
Special Interest Groups related to Amplification and Audiologic Rehabilitation for Adults:
Special Interest Divisions related to personnel preparation:
Other Web Resources
- Deafness Research Foundation
National source of private funding for research in hearing loss and balance science.
- National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM) at Utah State University
Information and data related to hearing loss and early identification.
- Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf
Publications include Volta Voices & Volta Review, as well as books, therapy resources, and a wealth of other information for professionals.
- Hearing Aids
Information about hearing loss and hearing aids from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders.
- Hearing Aid Research Laboratory (HARL), University of Memphis
Information and research on the development, evaluation and fitting of hearing aids plus outcome measures of audiologic rehabilitation.
- Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology
The primary purpose of ARA is to promote excellence in hearing care through the provision of comprehensive rehabilitative and habilitative services. Publications include the Journal of the Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology.