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Hearing Assessment Program – Early Ears (HAP-EE)
Jun 30

Hearing Assessment Program – Early Ears (HAP-EE)

Date & Time
30 June 2021 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) and the Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council (AH&MRC) of NSW invite you to attend the free webinar: Hearing Assessment Program – Early Ears (HAP-EE).

The webinar will cover:

- What is HAP-EE?
- Who is eligible?
- How does HAP-EE operate/work?
- What information is required and captured?
- Referral pathways? Where is HAP-EE currently operating?
- How to contact HAP-EE?

The webinar will also include a live question and answer session.


Sherilee McManus

Sherilee McManus is a Wiradjuri Woman and am a Community Engagement Officer for NSW for the HAPEE program with Hearing Australia. Over her career with Hearing Australia, Sherilee has been lucky enough to grow from working in the hearing centre level as a Clinical Assistant to a Community Hearing Advisor role before becoming a HAPEE Engagement Officer. They are currently working on building otitis media awareness and prevention in communities, building capacity in health services as well as conducting hearing assessments on the children.

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