The Audiology Awareness Campaign needs your support. Contact us today to see how you can help us help more potential patients avoid a costly mistake by picking the wrong provider.


Hearing Healthcare is changing. Technology is improving, more and more people are seeking help. Do they know what an Audiologist is? Probably not. This is the main goal of the campaign, to build awareness of what we do for the public.

It's an industry and profession driven campaign to make sure the public knows who to choose for their hearing health care needs.

Get in touch today to see how you can contribute to make more people aware of who we are and what we do.


AAC Headquarters

1 Windsor Cove, Suite 305

Columbia, SC 29223


(888) 833-3277




We are always looking for educators to answer patient questions when they contact us. It doesn't matter what your background is in Audiology.


We are looking for content writers, marketers, and hearing aid manufacturers to educate the public about what we do.


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The Audiology Awarness Campaign's mission is to educate consumers on Audiology and the importantance to always choose an Audiologist for hearing health care.


The number of persons who would benefit from amplification continues to grow as the population ages, yet hearing aid sales remain flat, indicating at least some degree of unawareness among consumers regarding rehabilitation.


The Audiology Awareness Campaign (AAC) was organized to coordinate marketing and consumer awareness efforts;  audiology organizations have contributed time, talent, and major financial contributions to support its goal to make audiology a household word.  AAC has successfully raised funds supporting a consumer website, booklets, PSAs, and a free telephone information hot-line. 

Kathy Goodman, Au.D.


Dr. Landau Goodman  has been leading the Audiology Awareness Campaign since 1994, which is a national collaborative effort of national Audiology organizations to educate the public about the value of hearing care. Dr. Landau Goodman is the Audiology Consultant to the U.S. Department of Labor and the School District of Philadelphia. Dr. Landau Goodman is also a frequent lecturer and has presented many papers at professional conventions and meetings.

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We need your support. With challenges such as big box stores, more and more NON-Audiology Hearing Aid Practices as well as the general need for the public to understand what we do, the Audiology Awareness Campaign is more important than ever. Help our patients avoid a costly mistake. 



We can use all the help we can get. We are currently looking for any Audiologist, regardless of their background or clinical setting, to help us spread the word. If you are interested, click the contact form at the bottom of the page.


The more people we have helping, the more the Audiology Awareness Campaign will grow and the more people we can help. 



Audiologists are the preferred dispenser of hearing aids. They have the right education, a willingness to help patients as well as the experience to help more people.


If you'd like to help us help others, please use the contact form below to see the sponsorship opportunities that we have in the Audiology Awareness Campaign offline and online. We look forward to hearing from you. 

David Citron, Au.D.

Board of Directors

Dr. Citron’s specialties are diagnostic audiology, amplification in adults, and assessment of balance disorders. He also teaches at the National Youth Leadership Forum in Medicine at Babson College. Dr. Citron is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and the Academy of Doctors of Audiology. He is licensed in audiology by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and board certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

Former President of ADA (Academy of Doctors of Audiology), Founder of AAA (American Academy of Audiology), Active Rotarian and President of Rotary Club of Weymouth 2008-2009, Board Member AAC (Audiology Awareness Campaign)

Perry C. Hanavan, Au.D.,

Board of Directors
Hanavan currently teaches in the Communication Disorders program at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He has taught audiology and technology courses the past 40 years. He has provided audiologic rehabilitative services and audiology consultation services to area schools, hospitals, and private ENT clinics. He has provided numerous presentations at HLAA, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and American Academy of Audiology Conventions. He is a Board Member of the Audiology Awareness Campaign. 


Nancy Vause, Ph.D.

Board of Directors

Vause served as the director of both the USAMRMC Strategic Partnership Office as well as the AMEDD Army Research Lab Field Office. Vause's journey began with a Bachelor's degree from Texas A&M University, continued on to a Master's degree from the University of Memphis and culminated her formal education in the area of Audiology with a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University. Vause is a co-founder of the Audiology Awareness Campaign. 

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