RAY “It’s nice to share this with someone”. We have heard from so many amazing people these past few weeks, who have all taken the time to share their stories and experiences living with Tinnitus. Today we introduce you to Ray (pictured here with his gorgeous wife Billie!). Ray has bravely stepped out of his […]
ANNE “I rarely tell people that I’m dealing with this”. Anne was holidaying 20 years ago and travelling up a high mountain when she felt her ears pop. Soon after, she noticed unfamiliar sounds which were eventually diagnosed as Tinnitus. Over the years Anne has learnt to try and ignore it, however some days she
Tinnitus may be invisible, but the impacts are not. Tinnitus steals 1 in 3 people’s silence, but no one should suffer silently. “I want people to know that they are not alone. There is support available, there is hope.” says Dr Emma Laird, tinnitus sufferer and lead of the Tinnitus Australia initiative. If you or
30% of Australians Experience Tinnitus. The 5th -11th of February is Tinnitus Awareness Week. Tinnitus is not something you can tell a person has just by looking at them and is more common than most people realise with one in three Australians being affected each year. For some of those people, it causes distress and
Thank you to radio station 2HD Newcastle for chatting with our very own Tinnitus Specialist, Dr Emma Laird (who also lives with constant tinnitus) last week. ???? She spoke with Brent Bultitude about the condition that affects 1 in 7 Australians and gave an insight to the causes, research and ways it can be managed.????
Calling all Hearing Health Professionals. Tinnitus – a condition that affects 1 in 7 Australians. For those hearing health professionals out there, you may be coming across people like <name> who are looking for help with their tinnitus. The good news is, we can help with our Tinnitus Masterclass online course, available now. The Tinnitus