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Unlike the situation years ago, nowadays just about everyone with any type or degree of hearing loss can be helped with some kind of hearing assistive technology.
Whether it be hearing aids, cochlear implants or other implantable devices, hearing enhancement technology, apps, assistive listening devices, or captioning...
On behalf of HLAA-FL we would like to personally invite you to join others, like "The Joan Andrews Scholarship Fund", to make a difference in the lives of those who are suffering with hearing loss.
HLAA-Florida State Association would like to thank all of its supporters, such as the Joan Andrews Daughters for their continued contributions. If you are considering adding a scholarship or helping to support HLAA-FL today, simply click the link below.
FIND THE ASSISTANCE AND RESOURCES YOU NEED.
Mayo Clinic Connect
Welcome to another resource where you will meet people living with hearing loss and its supporters. You can easily join the discussion, ask your questions, share your story, or just say hello.
Connect is organized into over 50 groups related to health conditions. Everything from COVID-19, Depression & Anxiety, About Kids & Teens, Aortic Aneurysms to Transplants and Women’s Health. Most of all, "Connect" offers a place where you can share your story and find support with just a few clicks!
“Peer-to-peer support is a natural extension of person-centered care,” says Ida Managing Director Lise Lotte Bundesen. “We are proud to work with Mayo Clinic and HLAA on this online group that gives people with hearing loss a new avenue to connect with each other as well as hearing care professionals.”
HLAA National is excited to add this Hearing Loss Group on Mayo Clinic Connect and can't wait to share your story and listen to others.
Learn about current hearing loss issues and how HLAA is working for you.
Local Florida Chapters
Chapters are local or area-wide organizations offering regularly-scheduled meetings and programs. Chapters offer emotional support, camaraderie, tips and techniques for living with hearing loss, technical information about hearing assistive technology, in a hearing-friendly place. They offer the inter-personal connection that simply cannot be replicated online. Here are Twelve Reasons Why Self-help Groups are Good for You.