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The Healthy Ears - Better Hearing, Better Listening program increases access to a range of health services for Indigenous children aged 0-21, including expanded primary care in the diagnosis, treatment and management of ear disease. Services are currently available in 21 locations across South Australia.
Multi-disciplinary teams of providers including Audiologists, Speech Pathologists, Aboriginal Health Workers, Nurses, Occupational Therapists and Ear, Nose and Throat specialists work with local health services to improve ear health.
Download the complete Service Delivery Standards for details about the program.
Outreach providers can Submit a Service Report and Tax Invoice Online.
RDWA as a representative organisation on the SA Aboriginal Ear Health Reference Group assisted in the development of the Aboriginal Ear Health Framework for South Australia. This document outlines the proposed action/s for Aboriginal persons to support the prevention and management of ear disease and hearing loss across South Australian communities.
P: 08 8234 8277