Australian Hearing

Part of the Social Services portfolio and a Federal authority, also called AH

Australian Hearing, a Federal Government Agency of the Department of Human Services, is the sole government provider of hearing assessment and rehabilitation services to Australians under 21 years-of-age, adults with complex needs, eligible Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders including those 50 years of age and over, participants of Community Development Projects (CDEP), and eligible clients living in remote areas.

5 requests
General Ledger (Last 5 Financial Years)
Internal review request sent to Australian Hearing by Trent Morrison-Francis on .

Awaiting internal review.

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews. I am writing to request an internal review of your handling of my F...
FOI Delegations
Response by Australian Hearing to Ben Fairless on .

Information not held.

Dear Mr Fairless,   Thank you for your e-mail request dated 14 November (copied below). I can advise you that there is no arrangement in place ei...
Private use of social media advice provided to employees
Response by Australian Hearing to James Smith on .

Information not held.

Dear Mr Smith,   I acknowledge your e-mail request dated 8 August for access to documentation under the Freedom of Information Act – copied below....
FOI Delegations - 2016
Request sent to Australian Hearing by Ben Fairless on .

Long overdue.

Can I please have a copy of the current FOI Delegations, and any related directions issued in respect of FOI. I believe this information could be...
  Dear Mr Demmery,   Please find internal review decision dated 8 May 2013 attached.   Yours faithfully,   Paul Grimble HEAD OF LEGAL AN...

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