7-11, Association of Late-Deafened Adults, 17th Annual International Conference, Salt Lake City. Contact:

8-10, GN Otometrics, VNG/ENG Course, Seattle. Contact: (800) 289-2150;

15-17, Hear the Magic, California Academy of Audiology’s Sixth Annual Conference, Anaheim, Calif. Contact:

16-17, Minnesota Hearing Healthcare Providers Inc, Annual Convention, Bloomington, Minn. Contact: (507) 825-5776; [email protected].

22-23, VA RR&D National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research Conference, The Aging Auditory System: Considerations for Rehabilitation, Portland, Ore. Contact:

22-24, University of Iowa Health Care, 13th Annual Conference: Management of the Tinnitus Patient, Iowa City, Iowa. Contact: (319) 356-2471.

25-28, American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Los Angeles. Contact: (703) 836-4444;

29-October 2, Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology 2005 Institute, Park City, Utah. (952) 920-0484;

30, James H. Quillen VA Medical Center, Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials (VEMP): A Hands-On Workshop, Mountain Home, Tenn. Contact: Joanna Tampas, (423) 926-1171, ext 7872; [email protected].


6-7, University of Virginia Health System, James Madison University, Adult Diagnostic, Charlottesville, Va. Contact: (877) 223-2368;

6-9, 21st Annual Scott Haug Hill Country Audiology Retreat, Kerrville, Tex. Contact:

7-10, Audio Engineering Society, 119th Convention, New York. Contact:

13-16, The Division for Early Childhood (DEC), 21st Annual International Conference on Young Children with Special Needs and Their Families, Portland, Ore. Contact:

14, Central Institute for the Deaf (CID), Hearing Loss and the Young Child, St. Louis. Contact: Dianne Gushleff (877) 444-4574, ext 133; [email protected].

19-20, CID, Tools and Techniques for Assessing and Teaching Language, St. Louis. Contact: Dianne Gushleff (877) 444-4574, ext 133; [email protected].

19-21, Arkansas Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Hot Springs, Ark. Contact:

19-23, Sound Travels, IHS 54th Annual Convention and Exposition, Quebec City, Canada. Contact:

20-21, 26th Annual Fall Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss, The Mainstream Center at Clarke School for the Deaf, Northampton, Mass. Contact: (413) 587-7313.

20-21, University of Texas, Dallas/University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Pediatric Seminar: Objective Audiometric Evaluation of Infants and Young Children, Dallas. Contact: (877) 223-2368;

20-22, GN Otometrics, VNG/ENG Course, Seattle. Contact: (800) 289-2150;

20-22, Iowa Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ISHA), 2005 ISHA Convention, Des Moines, Iowa. Contact: Sheila Dietz, (515) 282-8192 ext 417; [email protected]

24-25, Phonak Second European Pediatric Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Contact:

26, CID Early Intervention for Hearing-Impaired Children, St. Louis. Contact: Dianne Gushleff (877) 444-4574, ext 133; [email protected].  

26-29, Academy of Dispensing Audiologists 2005 Convention, Savannah, Georgia. Contact: (866) 493-5544;

27-28, CID, Cochlear Implants in Children: Rehabilitative Techniques, St. Louis. Contact: Dianne Gushleff (877) 444-4574, ext 133; [email protected]

29-31, International Binaural Symposium 2005, University of Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester, United Kingdom. Contact: +44 (0) 161 275 8570.


4, Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC) Course Director Workshop, Chicago. Contact:

4-5, The New England Hearing Healthcare Conference, Mashantucket, Conn. Contact: Gary Rachins (781) 826-4711.

5, CAOHC: The Professional Supervisor of the Audiometric Monitoring Component of Hearing Conservation Programs, Rosemont, Ill. Contact:

18-19, Vestibular Update 2005, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland. Contact: Karen Margosian (216) 444-8552;

18-20, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Annual Convention, San Diego. Contact:


6, Principles of Noise Assessment and Control, Chicago. Contact: (847) 358-1068,,   [email protected].