The North Carolina Audiology Association is the single audiology-only professional organization in the state.
WE NEED YOU
Every Audiologist in North Carolina has valuable skills and experience. Great at public speaking? We need you at our conference. Love mingling with other professionals with a glass of wine in your hand? Our networking committee wants you!
POWER IN NUMBERS
North Carolina has hundreds of licensed Audiologists, and yet, only a fraction of them participate in state-level professional membership. With our efforts combined, we can implement change and protect the families we treat every day. Get out of the sound booth and be counted as an Audiologist who matters!
WE CONTROL OUR FUTURE
With healthcare changing rapidly and threats to our scope of practice at our doorstep, we cannot sit on the sidelines of our own professional destiny. Now is the time to act to ensure that Audiology in North Carolina has a long and respected future.
Here are just some of the many benefits to becoming a member of the North Carolina Audiology Association.
- Advocacy and legislative initiatives for Audiologists and patients
- Professional networking and collaboration
- A voice for every member within leadership, support and educational branches of NCAA
- Continuing education opportunities through our Annual Conference
- Platform for public outreach and education
- Student development and mentorship
- The potential to enact real change for the field of Audiology as it impacts professionals and patients in North Carolina
2020 LEGISLATIVE ACHIEVEMENTS
NCAA legislative efforts have made an incredible impact for North Carolinian Audiologists for decades to come! Due to the direct efforts of NCAA lobbyist, Tony Solari, Governor Cooper has signed House 1053 - "PED/OL & Audiology Interstate Compact." This exciting compact includes NC in a growing number of states who will recognize the license and practice privileges of an Audiologist in neighboring states.
Need further evidence of the reach and impact of NCAA membership?
In April, NCAA was critical in the passing of Executive Order 116, which enacted temporary rules relating to audiology assistants. The order carefully outlined the authorized tasks of an audiology assistant, including the supervised provision of telehealth services. NCAA will continue to work with lawmakers to make this temporary order a permanent one.