Author: HLAA Florida

HLAA Happy Hour Tonight!

Our last Happy Hour in February was a hoot and drew 38 folks for a fun night. Remember there are free rides to and from anywhere in Sarasota and Manatee County. There is no charge for the rides and no tipping permitted, so it is a truly free service to allow you to enjoy this… Read more »

A New Benchmark of Quality for Hearing Health Care

Inspired by Ida – A new Benchmark of Quality of Hearing CareThe Ida Institute (who HLAA enjoys a partnership with) has launched a new initiative that aims to strengthen the quality of hearing care and empower people to play a more active role in their own care. Inspired by Ida encourages hearing care professionals to… Read more »

HLAA Happy Hour This Friday!

Our last Happy Hour in February was a hoot and drew 38 folks for a fun night. Remember there are free rides to and from anywhere in Sarasota and Manatee County. There is no charge for the rides and no tipping permitted, so it is a truly free service to allow you to enjoy this… Read more »

Inner Ear Gene Therapy – Recent Advances and Clinical Perspectives

Speaker: Lukas Landegger, M.D., Ph.D. Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2018 Time: 8 p.m. – 9 p.m. Eastern Time Don’t miss this TOMORROW’S free captioned webinar featuring Lukas Landegger, M.D., Ph.D., who will be presenting Inner Ear Gene Therapy – Recent Advances and Clinical Perspectives. Summary Current strategies to treat hearing loss include sound amplification (via hearing aids), enhanced sound transmission (via middle ear prostheses/active implants),… Read more »

HLAA SCC Chapter Meeting Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Tuesday, April 17th 10AM. Dr Paula Myers – Chief, VA Audiology Clinic Overview of the technologies and services available to veterans. Learn about the latest technologies available to treat your hearing loss. Get an insight to all services and caregiver support available to veterans. Bring your questions for our speaker and other members in social time. Our mission is to open the world of communication for the 260,000 people with hearing loss in Hillsborough County.