Niagara Falls, ON
CAA is pleased to announce the opening of the early bird registration for the CAA Conference 2022 at the Sheraton Fallsview, Niagara Falls, Ontario Oct 12 to 15. Special early bird prices will be in place until July 11, 2022. Please see the website for details of our exciting program of outstanding speakers and activities. All details on registration, hotel, travel and tourist information are available on the website. See you in Niagara Falls!
Call for Award Nominations
Every year Canadian Academy of Audiology (CAA) honours people who have made significant contributions to the profession of Audiology. We invite you to help us identify deserving candidates by submitting nominations for consideration.
Nominations may be submitted by any member of the Academy and need to be seconded by a member. Nominations for the Jean Kienapple Award can also be made by non-members.
- Moneca Price Humanitarian Award
- Paul Kuttner Pioneer Award
- Jean Kienapple Award for Clinical Excellence
- William Cole Industry Award
- Honours of the Academy
- Richard Seewald Career Award
Nominees do not have to be a CAA member to be considered for these categories.
Nominations must include the reason for nomination with sufficient detail on the nominee’s training, background, experience, and outstanding aspects of their professional career. This will allow the Awards Committee to evaluate the nomination. For the Jean Kienapple Award, nominations should include testimonials from clients or other individuals impacted by the nominee.
*Student Awards, and the President’s Award have separate nomination procedures.
Deadline for Submissions are June 15, 2022
See our 2021 award winners!
Niagara Falls, ON
CAA is planning an in-person conference at the Sheraton Fallsview, Niagara Falls, Ontario Oct 12 10 15. Please stay tuned for further details
This virtual conference series will engage and inform audiologists /students and related professionals interested in evaluation and management of CAPD for clients across the lifespan. The conference series will focus on: The role of auditory evoked potentials including cABR/FFR in evaluation and novel intervention strategies including ARIA and other computer based or virtual options.
For more information and to register visit: Audiology Conference – University of Saskatchewan