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The NJAA is dedicated to promoting the public good by fostering the growth, development, recognition, and status of the profession of Audiology and its members.

NJAA members are professional audiologists who are university trained and licensed to practice audiology within the State of New Jersey. You can find an audiologist in New Jersey by clicking on the map on the right.

Hearing Loss and Deafness featured at ReelAbilities Film Festival Nov 3rd

Montclair State University is hosting the ReelAbilities Film Festival.  On Thursday evening Nov 3rd the featured film is No Ordinary Hero: The Superdeafy Movie followed by a live presentation by Silent NO MORE and Q&A with Kathy Buckley, a comedian who has hearing loss. This is a free event but tickets must be reserved in advance. Tickets can be reserved here. For additional information please contact Fran Prezant by phone at (973) 655-7124 or via email.

Download the brochure and the press release. Click on the poster below to enlarge.

Watch the No Ordinary Hero movie trailer.

(Posted 10/12/2016)

Congratulations to Past President Janet Koehnke!

Past NJAA President Janet Koehnke has been elected as ASHA's Vice President for Academic Affairs in Audiology.

Dr. Koehnke begins her 3-year term in January 2017. Congratulations Janet!


(Posted 5/24/2016)

NJ’s Dual Licensure Requirement

Currently, NJ is one of 15 states that require audiologists to hold  “dual licensure”: a state license in audiology as well as a second license in hearing aid dispensing. Since hearing aid dispensing is within the scope of practice for audiologists the additional hearing aid dispensing license is repetitive.  NJAA has been diligently working on single licensure status for audiologists.  Our efforts have been recognized by the American Academy of Audiology.  Click here to read more about Dual Licensure from the Jan/Feb 2016 issue of Audiology Today. 

(Posted 1/19/2016)

AAA's Letter to the US Dept of Labor

AAA's letter to the US Dept of Labor concerning the hearing aid specialist apprenticeship program:

December 22, 2015

The International Hearing Society submitted a Hearing Aid Specialist Apprenticeship Program that would essentially expand the scope of practice of dispensers. In response to this program the American Academy of Audiology submitted a letter of concern to the US Dept of Labor as well as State Labor Agencies.

To learn more about the Academy's concern for this program and to read their letters please click here.

Cerumen Management in New Jersey
Cerumen Management is now under NJ audiologists' scope of practice.  For more information, please log in and go to the Professional Issues page in the Members Only area.
"Turn It To The Left"

"Turn It to the Left" is an educational rap song written by Benjamin Jackson, who sang the song at the last AAA conference to a standing ovation. The song is in support of the AAA's campaign to raise public awareness about the dangers of exposure to high sound pressure levels. To read about the campaign and hear the song or see a performance of it, please visit www.turnittotheleft.com


Can You Hear Me Now?
The Impact of Hearing Loss

muffsThough it's one of the most common workplace injuries, noise-induced hearing loss also is one of the most overlooked. Employees and employers who don't pay attention to the importance of hearing protection potentially could lose much more than just their hearing. More...


NJAA Eighth Annual Conference

Our fall conference will be held on Friday, October 21, 2016, from 8:15 am–4:15 pm at Montclair State University. The topic is:

Functional Outcomes of
Hearing Aid Users

To download the brochure and register online visit the Annual NJAA Conference page.

(Posted 8/24/2016)

President's Message - January, 2016
Donna Merchant
NJAA President

Happy New Year to all our NJAA members!  We would also like to introduce you to our newest NJAA Board Members: Caitlin Faccone as Treasurer and Michele Neidleman as Secretary. 

At the beginning of each year many of us set goals and resolutions: things we would like to change or improve.  At NJAA our goal is the same this year: to serve New Jersey’s audiologists.  However our resolution is to improve our strategy and impact.  We want to be a fantastic resource for you at more than just our annual conference.  So in 2016 you will see the addition of ...[more]


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