Welcome to the Michigan Audiology Coalition
The Michigan Audiology Coalition is a collaborative, nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of audiology and audiologists in Michigan.
The 15th Michigan Audiology Coalition Conference
October 21-22, 2021
After a year of uncertainty, the 15th annual Michigan Audiology Coalition Conference will take place on October 21 & 22, 2021. Come join your fellow Audiologists back at the East Lansing Marriott on M.A.C. Avenue this year. A Pediatric track will be featured on Friday October 22 as well as a large variety of sessions on both days designed to enhance your audiology knowledge base.
The Michigan Audiology Coalition is organized for the purpose of promoting the public good by fostering the growth, development, recognition, and status of the profession of Audiology and its members within the State of Michigan.
As a professional member-based organization, the actions of the Coalition should be based upon the welfare of its members. It is assumed that the recipients of audiology services can best be served if the needs of the Coalition membership are properly met.
The Coalition’s core purpose is to enhance the professional autonomy, stature, development, and knowledge of the Audiologists in Michigan. To this end, the Coalition was created to be the preeminent organization in Michigan whose core membership is limited to audiologists. Through its actions, the Coalition is designed to promote and enhance the practice of audiology in Michigan and ultimately improve the quality of care provided to the public thereby served.
Improve Your Hearing
Individuals who seek treatment for their hearing loss see improvements in all aspects of their lives.They are known to have better overall health, professional success and emotional well-being than those who don’t.
“By virtue of their graduate education, professional certification and licensure, Audiologists are the most qualified professionals to perform hearing tests, refer patients for medical treatment, and provide hearing rehabilitation services.”