Audiologists identify, assess and provide the non-medical management and rehabilitation for hearing and balance problems, and other communication-related disorders among people of all ages.
Audiologists carry out a number of tasks including audiometric testing, prescribing hearing aids and providing rehabilitation plans for patients. Audiologists may also work with industry to develop noise control and hearing conservation practices.
Government of WA Department of Training and Workplace Development. (2017). Audiologist. Retrieved from: http://www.careercentre.dtwd.wa.gov.au/Occupations/Pages/audiologist.aspx