Tinnitus Resources for Patients

Trusted and safe resources to explore when you have questions about your tinnitus. 

I’ve compiled information and advice from a variety of tinnitus associations from around the world to help educate you and your loved ones about tinnitus. Accessing safe and trusted information can bring a sense of ease when questions arise around your tinnitus symptoms.
If there’s still something unclear or you have additional questions, please don’t hesitate to let me know.

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Tinnitus Australia

An initiative of Better Hearing Australia

A gateway for information on current research, educational seminars, awareness campaigns and online resources around tinnitus.

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Tinnitus First Aid Kit

Developed by the Ida Institute

This is a link to a website that gives a comprehensive and clear explanation of the what, why and how of tinnitus. A great resource if your tinnitus has had a recent onset.

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Patient Navigator

Designed by the American Tinnitus Association

Navigating the healthcare system can be difficult, especially when dealing with a condition like tinnitus that lacks a definitive cure and differs between patients. The American Tinnitus Association (ATA) developed the Patient Navigator to help people find the best approach for their tinnitus. The Patient Navigator is suitable both for those with recent sudden-onset tinnitus and those with a history of tinnitus that has become bothersome or has not been addressed. 

This document is designed for the American public, but is also suitable for helping navigate the Australian supports available to those with tinnitus.