CHAPTER MEETING INFORMATION
Meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month. In September we meet the second Tuesday of the month. We meet in the Parish Hall at St. Paul's Episcopal Church 25 Westminster Rd.(at East Ave.) Rochester, NY 14607.
Note: In the event of inclement weather meetings are cancelled when the Rochester City School District closes. There are no Chapter Meetings in July and August.
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The Nation's Voice for People with Hearing Loss
Daytime Meeting: Tuesday March 7, 11:00 AM
Topic: "Health Literacy, it's meaning and Importance."
Tuesday March 7, 10:30-11:00 AM
(Hearing Other People's Experiences) session
Retired audiologist and hearing aid user Joe Kozelsky MS, CCC/A, moderates a question and answer group for people considering hearing aids and those using them.You may bring your audiogram if you'd like help interpreting the results.
Evening Meeting: Tuesday March 7, 7:00 PM
Topic: "Your Job and The Americans with Disabilities Act."
Presenter: Jessica Lukasiewicz Esq. Attorney, Thomas & Solomon LLP Details.....
Listen to National's Webinar on Tinnitus, uploaded to YouTube September 26. The audio may be a bit difficult to understand so be sure to activate the Captions. Use the icon is in the right lower section of the screen to start the captions.
Are you technologically inclined? Learn about the new hearing aid which transmits sound using light. It's called the EarLens.
** Are you an active participate in our Rochester Chapter?
If you are you may be eligible to receive a partial reimbursement for some of your expenses. f you are you may be eligible to receive a partial reimbursement for some of your expenses.
If you are you may be eligible to receive a partial reimbursement for some of your expenses. Find out the details...
Note: From the Hearing Test Website
"The test was developed with funding from the National Institutes of Health and is provided on a nonprofit basis, although there is a small fee for it. The goal is to give you information that can help you decide whether you should seek a full-scale evaluation of your hearing."
The Test is free for AARP Members $5 for others.
This test does not replace hearing tests done by hearing professionals, it merely provides additional information to those uncertain if they may have a hearing problem.
The Telephone Hearing Test