The mission of the NJAA is to promote audiology as the primary profession in New Jersey for the delivery of hearing and balance care and to facilitate the ability of our members to identify, diagnose, treat, and prevent hearing and balance disorders through professional education, public awareness, and research initiatives.
Thursday, September 29, 2022
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST
Presented by Jeffrey Regan, MA
This presentation explores ASHA's current audiology advocacy priorities, including the Medicare Audiologist Access and Services Act (MAASA), Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids (OTCs), and reauthorization of the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Act (EHDI).
NJSHA Members: $30 / NJSHA Student/Recent Grad Members: Free
Non-Members: $45 / Student Non-Members: Free
NJAA members can register at member rates
NJSHA 2022 Convention registrants will receive a link to attend this session for no charge since this is a make-up of the session that had to be cancelled at Convention.
FDA Ruling on OTC Hearing Aids
Demystifying New Jersey’s newly established Single Licensure law:
If you hold a current license to practice Audiology in the State of New Jersey and are in
good standing, you are automatically allowed to dispense hearing aids under that license
and do not need to retain a separate Hearing Aid Dispensing License.
If you plan to supervise any non-audiologist for a Hearing Aid dispensing License you
must retain your Hearing Aid Dispensing License and abide by the regulations for
If you are a preceptor supervising students, they are functioning under your supervision
and subsequently your audiology license and therefore you are responsible for them in
their practice of hearing aids.
If you have specific questions please contact the NJ Division of Consumer Affairs.
Message from the President
The Corona Virus has affected our lives and audiology practices. Below are reliable health resources pertaining to protective measures and updates. NJAA is here to support our members in this evolving landscape.
Vacant Position: VP of Professional Issues
It is with a very heavy heart that NJAA announces an opening on our Board of Directors. Bob Woods, our VP of Professional Issues passed away in 2021. Bob was an advocate for NJ audiologists and an integral part of passing the single licensure law. His dedication to the field of audiology and NJAA is unmatched. NJAA is looking to fulfill his legacy with an audiologist who is passionate about professional issues that need to be address in NJ. Interested applicants should contact NJAA via email at: email@example.com
Who We Are
Founded in 1992, the NJAA has served as a resource for professional and consumers in New Jersey. As audiologists we are professionals who use all of the tools at our disposal to identify and treat hearing, balance, tinnitus and other auditory disorders in individuals across the lifespan.
Board of Directors
President - Donna Goione-Merchant, AuD
Why Become a Member
As a member of NJAA you will have access to: