The Maryland Academy of Audiology provides its members with the highest quality continuing education experiences from nationally known speakers.
Dear MAA Members,
We have been monitoring the global COVID19 pandemic for the last few months.
After much consideration and discussion among the board officials, we have unanimously decided that it would be in the best interest and safety of all of our members (and their families) to postpone our 2020 MAA convention until next year (Fall of 2021).
We had so many exciting features on our agenda that we were excited to share with you, but they'll have to wait until next year! We hope to make it the biggest convention yet and this can only happen with your support in attendance! If you'd like to help make the 2021 convention better than ever, we are always accepting volunteers, just email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you, we appreciate your understanding and cooperation to keep ourselves and our patients safe.
Sofia Roller (MAA President) & Deirdre Courtney (MAA Convention Chair)
MAA Member Charlotte Godfrey:
"MAA was formed in the early 90's to meet the needs of Maryland's audiologists. At that time MSHA and ASHA conventions catered more to speech pathologists. I think MAA does a great job, and I am thankful we have volunteers who are willing to give up their personal time to work on our behalf politically and for career advancement. The conventions always have good speakers, are convenient, and afford a good opportunity to get necessary CEUs. Thank you, MAA committee members old and new! You've worked on our behalf for over 30 years!"
MAA Member Briana Holtan:
"MAA provides a united voice to advocate for audiology and ensures that audiologists are recognized as the managers of hearing and balance care. MAA’s past achievements speak for themselves!"
MAA Member Arifa Gir:
"The MAA convention allows me to become more politically involved to help make the future of audiology even brighter than it is today."