“Our job does not stop once we complete an assessment or fit a hearing aid. We must consider how the problem is affecting the quality of life of our patients, and then address the problem. If we are not doing this, then we are not doing our job.”
BAppSc., DAud (Melb), FACAud., MAudSA., MIAA, MSPA
Peter Altidis is Senior Audiologist and Director of More Than Hearing’s transdisciplinary team. Since graduating in 1987, he has gained a wealth of experience working in private practice, Victorian hospitals, and with Monash University and the Victorian Department of Education.
Peter is a past president of the Australian Association of Audiologist’s in Private Practice (now known as Independent Audiologists Australia), and is a serving member of the association’s executive committee. He has presented papers on auditory processing, hearing rehabilitation, and listening and cognition at both national and international conferences. He has been involved in research into tinnitus, has extensive experience in the treatment of auditory processing disorders, and worked alongside ear, nose and throat surgeons and neurologists.
Peter specialises in hearing diagnostics, hearing rehabilitation, tinnitus assessment and therapy, vestibular/balance assessments, auditory processing assessment, hearing loss prevention, hearing aids, and the OHS pensioner scheme.