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A Toast to AAA!

Here's a short interview with Hope Gillison, AAA 2021 Virtual Program Chair and a toast to the first virtual AAA event! Also, Watch to the end to see if you're a winner in the Toast to AAA Contest. 

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Sweepstakes open all attendees of the AAA 2021 Virtual Convention who are at least eighteen (18) years of age. On how to enter and full rules, click here. Void where prohibited by law. T-Mobile is the sponsor of this offer.

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Scholarships for Audiology Students! 

Heard of the "Improving the Conversation" scholarship from the American Academy of Audiology Foundation? Sponsored by CapTel from T-Mobile, this offers three $5,000 scholarships, including two designated for Black students. It's one way we're  encouraging a thriving, diverse audiology profession.

   

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All About MAASA: the Medicare Audiologist Access and Services

On Capitol Hill it’s officially known as H.R. 4056/S. 2446 – but the Medicare Audiologist Access and Services Act of 2019 (MAASA) is more widely referred to as an empowering piece of legislation that puts patients first. Specifically, senior patients who use Medicare Part B for their hearing and balance health needs.

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