FREE EVENT with Interpreters, CART and Loop!
- FREE! HLAA-Statewide Let’s Make Hearing Loss Visible Extravaganza Saturday, April 22, 2017!
- Invite to a Free Friday Social April 21st, 2017 at 7:30 pm
- Drawings: Free Beach Vacation Rental, Florida Aquarium Tickets, Free Hair Cut and Color, Gift Baskets, Wine, hearing loss devices and more!
- Chapter and Self Support Group Updates
- Meandering through a Hearing World – Read More Below!
- Share your stories today!
FLORIDA STATE ASSOCIATION WORKING FOR YOU
Free Statewide Event: Workshop Schedule
This Free Extravaganza will include the option to meet and interact with hearing (and other working dog) graduates and puppies in training. Participate in discussions on the Power of the Mind and Positive Thinking, Family Early Steps, How to Identify a Hearing Loss and Hearing Loss Panel Discussion and more.
A Free fun event for all ages and exciting opportunities to win! Free event registration: hlaa-fl.org
FLORIDA STATE ASSOCIATION APRIL 21st Friday 7:30 pm Social Meet and Greet
Hearing and hearing loss guests alike are invited to a Meet and Greet at the Hampton Inn located directly across the street from the Extravaganza at 7:30 pm. Read more here.
Chapter and Self Support Group Advertising
Chapters and Self Support Groups can participate in free advertising at the Let’s Make Hearing Loss Visible Extravaganza! Simply submit a one page informative piece, pictures included (in jpg format only), about your Chapter/Self Support Group to the attention of firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you in advance for your time and See you there!
STATEWIDE CHAPTER NEWS AND EVENTS
Click on the map to find a Chapter near You!
Questions about your Group or starting a new one? Contact the State Chapter Coordinator, Tanya Williams, at FL2016scc@gmail. com!
Ongoing State Association Website Updates: Everyone is Welcome to Share – Email Today!
New State Association Meandering Through a Hearing World – Weekly Postings:
I have grappled with hearing loss since 1978. Through it all, I’ve faced periods of denial, acceptance, curiosity, trust and hope. I have also felt annoyed, angry and frightened. I’ve encountered despair, loneliness and envy including panic attacks. And I have met understanding people, kind souls who helped me a great deal and others who thought I had nothing short of an invisible plague.
As a way of coming to terms with my hearing loss, I opted to share my stories once weekly. My hope is to better understand myself and perhaps you’ll find a little something in my meanderings that will help you, too. Read more here:
NATIONAL HLAA NEWS
- Count Down to HLAA2017 Convention!
- Ongoing workshops
- Continued Nationwide Hearing Loss Outreach/Legislative Action