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 designed to educate and empower people with all degrees of hearing loss.
Don’t miss keynote speaker, Dr. K. Renee Horton – renowned physicist, author, and space launch engineer for NASA – on overcoming her own hearing loss, and the successful intersection of talent and passion.
The convention hotel is on Canal Street in the French Quarter, in walking distance to shops, restaurants, and NOLA attractions.
Stay in control with Dr. Alison Freeman’s strategies.
HLAA urges Congress to continue flexible telehealth
HLAA’s Executive Director Barbara Kelley sent a letter to the U.S. Senate leaders urging them to pass legislation to continue flexible telehealth policies, enacted during the Covid emergency. Better access to these remote appointments helped make it easier for millions of people with hearing loss to see their doctors, and should be made permanent.
Upcoming HLAA showcase webinars
Note: These are HLAA Hear for Life partner presentations, not endorsements of products or services.
Introduction to Implantable Solutions and The Nucleus® 8 Sound Processor: Presented by Cochlear
Mention of goods or services in advertisements does not imply Hearing Loss Association of America endorsement, nor should exclusion suggest disapproval.
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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.