B. Exhibits

1Dr Jim Hungerford, CEO, The Shepherd Centre
Appearance at the House Standing Committee on Health, Aged Care and Sport Inquiry into the Hearing Health and Wellbeing of Australia, 15 November 2017.
2The Australian Society of Rehabilitation Counsellors Inc
The Australian Society of Rehabilitation Counsellors Inc, Hearing Services Capacity and Expertise – A Report on a National Survey of ASORC members, May 2016.
a) Anthony Hogan, Hearing Aid Use and Benefit: A Nationally Representative Study of Australians Aged Over 50, 2017.
b) Australian Society of Rehabilitation Counsellors Inc, Brochure.
3Dr Anthony Hogan
Research project: Barriers against the implementation of hearing impairment screening programmes for adults – a scoping study into the General Practitioners’ perspective, 2010.
4First Voice
Extract from Report on Education, Employment & Social Outcomes of First Voice Member Centre Graduates (18-28 years), March 2017.
5Better Hearing Australia
Beyond Blue, Anxiety and Depression in People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, 2014.
a) Queensland Government, Deafness and Mental Health, 2017
HEARing CRC, Brochure pack including brochures on the HEARing CRC (2); HEARworks; HEARnet Learning; HEARsmart; Know Your Noise.
7Whirled Foundation
Whirled Foundation, Change.Org petition relating to Meniere’s Disease addressed to the Hon Greg Hunt MP, the Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP, the Hon Dr David Gillespie MP, Professor Andrew Wilson, Professor Rosalie Viney, Professor Geoff McColl, Cynthia Tan, Elizabeth Remedios, Denis Bastas, Hon Jane Prentice MP.
Eartrak, Graphs titled: ‘Basic vs High-end technology: OHS clients’; ‘Basic vs High-end technology: Satisfaction, Private clients’, ‘Listening situations – satisfaction with hearing aid performance OHS Basic technology – 2010 & current.’
9Associate Professor Susan Brumby
Professor Susan Brumby, Shhh hearing in a farming environment: Parliamentary Inquiry Hearing Health and Wellbeing, May 2017.
10Watto Purrunna Aboriginal Health Service
Australian Government Department of Health, Recommendations for Clinical Care Guidelines on the Management of Otitis Media in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Populations (April 2010), 2015.
a) Government of South Australia SA Health, An Aboriginal Ear Health Framework for South Australia, 2017.
b) Associate Professor Nicola Spurrier and Dr Annapurna Nori, ‘Aboriginal ear and hearing health – a priority issue for closing the gap’, in medicSA: Magazine of the Australian Medical Assoication (South Australia) Inc., Volume 30, Number 1, March 2017.
11Better Hearing Australia
A Fairer Hearing (enhancing the social inclusion of people with hearing loss)
a) Reference to association of hearing impairment and chronic diseases with psychosocial health status in older age.
12Conexu Foundation
National User Needs: Report of Findings, Conexu Foundation, 7 October 2017.
13Can:Do Group
Bhatt, I. S., & Guthrie, O. N. (2017). Analysis of audiometric notch as a noise-induced hearing loss phenotype in US youth: data from the National Health And Nutrition Examination Survey, 2005–2010. International Journal of Audiology, 1-8.
14 First Voice
First Voice, Report on education, employment & social outcomes of first voice member centre graduates (18-28 years).
a) Deloitte Access Economics, Cost-benefit analysis of First Voice’s early intervention program, 9 January 2017.
b) First Voice, Response to the 2017 Price Controls Review Consultation on NDIS pricing arrangements, 13 April 2017.
Northern Territory Government - Department of Health and Department of Education
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Northern Territory Remote Aboriginal Investment: Ear and Hearing Health Program, July 2012 - June 2016.
16Deafness Forum of Australia
Deafness Forum of Australia, Submission to the Inquiry into the Provision of Hearing Services under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS): Joint Standing Committee on the NDIS – Hearing Services, January 2017.
a) Deafness Forum of Australia, Productivity Commission Issues Paper – NDIS Cost: Submission from the Deafness Forum of Australia, March 2017.
b) Deafness Forum of Australia, 100 Stories: Personal Accounts of Life with Hearing Loss, 2017.
18Hearing Care Industry Association
Deloitte Access Economics - An update on the social and economic cost of hearing loss and hearing health conditions in Australia, June 2017.
19First Voice
First Voice, Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children, The Sector Model: An Evidence-Based Approach to Early Intervention for Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, 30 June 2017.
a) First Voice, Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children, NDIS Cost Modelling, 16 June 2017.
20Australian Society of Rehabilitation Counsellors Ltd
Williams, W, Kyaw-Myint, SM, Crea, J, Hogan, A, Occupational Noise Management: What’s Happening in the Industry, Journal Occupational Health Safety, 2008.

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