Members of the Rochester Chapter of HLAA
understand the importance of sharing our
knowledge, experience, and understanding
with others who live with hearing loss.
We also know those with normal hearing
often feel frustrated and impatient when
interacting with people who don’t hear well.
We are available to provide information about
what it’s like to have a hearing loss and provide
guidance and suggestions to improve
communication for everyone impacted
by loss of hearing.
We provide direction for those wanting to install
assisted listening systems in houses of worship,
business meeting and conference rooms, as well
as facilities that provide entertainment.
Need help with an assistive listening system for your large facility? Information and possible financial assistance may be available from our Rochester Chapter. Clink on the Logo for more information
We distribute informational brochures, pamphlets and other resource information at health fairs and other events. In addition, our Rochester Chapter provides presentations on a number of topics pertaining to hearing loss. We work with agencies, libraries, and senior living facilities as well as other organizations and groups who request information or guidance. We create presentations, which will focus on a particular topic, upon request.
Please call us or send an email for more information. By working together we can promote understanding and facilitate communication between people who hear well, and those who’s hearing is less than ideal.