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Hearing Loss Association of Florida

The Hearing Loss Association of Florida, Inc. (HLAA-FL), a Voluntary non-profit organization, is dedicated to the well-being of the more than 3-million Floridians of all ages and communication styles with hearing loss.

Register now for HLAA 2023 Convention in New Orleans -Keynote Speaker, Dr. K. Renee Horton – renowned physicist, author, and space launch engineer for NASA

View this Post on the HLAA E-News Website   View this in your browser December 8, 2022 hearingloss.org Register now for HLAA 2023 Convention in New Orleans Join HLAA June 29-July 1 in the “Big Easy” for the largest event of its kind. Workshops, demonstrations, an Exhibit Hall, social events, and a Research Symposium, all…
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HLAA 2023 Convention June 29-July 1 In New Orleans (NOLA)!

View this Post on the HLAA Website   The HLAA 2023 Convention is June 29-July 1 in New Orleans (NOLA)! This year the Exhibit Hall, educational workshops, demo presentations, social events, and Research Symposium will all be held under one roof at the New Orleans Marriott. When you aren’t learning and networking at our communication…
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HLAA 2022 Awards Ceremony

Download full PDF Watch on YouTube   Honoring HLAA’s Finest! HLAA 2022 Awards Ceremony BY CARLA BEYER-SMOLIN After a two-year pause, we were thrilled to honor HLAA National, State, and Chapter award recipients in person. Deanna P. Baker, RMR, FAPR, Arizona, received our highest honor, the Rocky Stone Humanitarian Award, in recognition of her career-long…
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Consumer Alert: All you need to know about OTC Hearing Aids

FDA Finalizes Historic Rule Enabling Access to Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids for Millions of Americans ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Many of you watching us right now may have the volume cranked up on your television. That’s because you’re one of the 48 million Americans who have some degree of hearing loss. So the FDA’s decision to…
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September 13, 2022 – How to form a resilient identity as a person with hearing loss – Michael A. Harvey, PhD, ABPP

Michael A. Harvey, PhD, ABPP: How to form a resilient identity as a person with hearing loss   UPDATE: YouTube Recording of This Meeting     Please join us for a Zoom presentation. When: Tuesday, September 13, 2022 at 1:00 pm Eastern Time Register in advance: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwvcequrjosE9cgBMjiQpTsbNa7cm1OBvkr You will then receive a confirmation email containing information…
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HLAA Florida State Association Quarterly Meeting Agenda August 13, 2022 Via Zoom

The Mission of HLAA is to open the world of communication to people with hearing loss by providing information, education, support, and advocacy.   August 13, 2022   Download the Meeting Agenda PDF Meeting Registration – Zoom RE:  Executive Board Meeting   Dear Chapter leaders and FL HLAA members,   The following is the Agenda for August…
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July 16-17 2022 – Love music but struggling with it – Come to AAMHL

Print Flyer (pdf) HLAA chapter leaders:  Please forward the event below to anyone in your chapter who is interested in hearing loss and music.  Thank you! – Wendy The Association of Adult Musicians with Hearing Loss cordially invites interested musicians with hearing loss to our upcoming virtual conference titled, “Variations on a Theme”  on July 16 and 17.  This event…
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Recommended Paperback – Sounds of the Heart

Sounds of the Heart: A Story of a HearStrong Champion Persisting Against All Odds Paperback – April 18, 2022 Get the book, or read more here. We recommend!   by Dr. Latisha Porter-Vaughn(Author)   When you’ve fallen and the odds against you say “stay down,” the question is… How hard will you fight to get up again?…
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Don’t Miss The Hearing Life Magazine – Spring 2022!

Hearing Life The Magazine For BETTER HEARING   Click here to view Digital Issue In this issue of Hearing Life, Latisha Porter-Vaughn demonstrates that living well with hearing loss consists of persistence, willing to continue learning about it, finding support, staying active and engaged and taking advantage of assistive listening devices. In The Heart of Hearing, broadcast…
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