Who we are
The BAEA exists to raise the professional profile of educational audiologists and to provide a forum for communication between professionals.
Who can join?
The BAEA membership comprises mostly those Educational Audiologists working within education support services or schools for hearing-impaired children. However other members come from a wide range of backgrounds and interest in paediatric audiology or hearing-impaired children such as teachers of the deaf, hospital paediatric audiologists, speech therapists, those working in Cochlear Implant centres, and hearing aid manufacturers.
The first ever professional registration for Educational Audiologists has been announced by the British Association of Educational Audiologists (BAEA). The voluntary registration is with UK's Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists (RCCP) who enforce high standards of practice and maintain a public database of registrants for six disciplines.
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