The Maryland Academy of Audiology provides its members with the highest quality continuing education experiences from nationally known speakers.
Save the Dates October 1–2, 2020
for the 27th Annual
Maryland Academy of Audiology Convention
at the BWI Marriott
1743 West Nursery Road, Linthicum Heights, Maryland 21090
Details about the convention program will be posted here as soon as they are finalized.
|Convention fee schedule
|One day (Th or F) - early-bird by 8/31/20
|Two days (Th & F) - early-bird by 8/31/20
|One day (Th or F) - regular by 9/27/20
|Two days (Th & F) - regular by 9/27/20
|One day (Th or F) - late/on-site
|Two days (Th & F) - late/on-site
|One day - retiree + CEU (no deadline date)
|Two days - retiree + CEU (no deadline date)
|One day - retiree NO CEUs (no deadline date)
|Two days - retiree NO CEUs (no deadline date)
|One day - student
|Two days - student
Are you a member of the Maryland Academy of Audiology? If so, log in for substantial convention registration savings.
For more information, please contact Deirdre Courtney AuD at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sofie Roller, AuD at email@example.com.
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."