Learn more about the role of music in society, musical development in childhood, and how this links to hearing loss and early intervention.

Dr Jeremy Marozeau and Eloise Doherty, experts in hearing loss and music, will also
discuss:

  • How musical instrument lessons contribute to the auditory processing skills of children with hearing loss
  • The ability of children with cochlear implants to identify pitch, duration, intensity, and mood in music
  • Music appreciation for those who speak tonal languages

CPD points

Endorsed by Audiology Australia for two category 1.2 CPD points, endorsed in November 2021 for 12 months. 

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General: $85.00

Concession: $60.00

NDIS: $123.00

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