Ida is working with a number of leading professional organizations around the world to create awareness and share resources about person-centered care in hearing health.
ASHA is the national professional scientific and credentialing association for audiologists, speech-language pathologists, support personnel, and students.
Audiology Australia advocates for its members and promotes the profession to the wider community to ensure audiologists are recognized for their expertise and services.
The ABA is a not-for-profit organization of faculty and researchers communicating about audiology and its relevance to the community and helping professionals exchange knowledge.
The SBFa is a group of professionals interested in stimulating and disseminating scientific and professional knowledge in the field of audiology.
BAA is an association of professionals in hearing and balance that helps members develop their professional skills, provides a benchmark for quality, and promotes audiology.
The BSA is a leading UK multidisciplinary organization for all interested in the science of improving the lives of people with hearing and balance problems.
CAA is dedicated to enhancing the role of audiologists as primary hearing health care providers through advocacy, education and research.
ALF has several goals that all aim to foster excellence in professional practice and advocate for their members and those they serve
The voice and custodian of audiology, advancing the recognition and accessibility of the profession within all sectors of South African healthcare.