2014 Wisconsin HLAA Conference
Hearing Loss in the 21st Century
Saturday, October 18, 2014
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Wisconsin HLAA one-day conference will offer a full day packed with presentations, information and technology.
Keynote Address: 35 Years – Building on Our Successes for an Exciting Future
HLAA Executive Director Anna Gilmore Hall
What the Future Treatment of Hearing Loss Might Look Like
Samuel P. Gubbels, M.D., University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Implantable Devices and Solutions for Single-Sided Hearing Loss
Jennifer Ploch and Kimberly Sowers, audiologists, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Current State of the Art in Hearing Aids
Amanda Mravec, Au.D., University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
What’s So Hard about Hearing?...Huh?
Julie Olson, former president of HLAA Board of Trustees, Fox Valley Chapter, author/presenter
Get in the Hearing Loop
Veronica Heide, Au.D.
Cochlear implant user panel, hearing aid user panel, and representatives from state agencies, “Ask a Doctor of Audiology Student,” and more.
Products and services for people with hearing loss.
The facility will be equipped with hearing loops and all presentations will be captioned. Sign language interpreters requests must be made in advance by October 4.
Registrations and Fee
$35 for the one-day conference includes lunch and a morning and afternoon snack. Registration forms available at the HLAA Madison Chapter website www.hlaamadison.com or contact Kathy Johnson. If you have questions contact Jack Spear or Lisa Zovar.
The event site is the Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel, 3841 East Washington Avenue, Madison, WI 53704. If you wish to spend the night, the room rate for both Friday and Saturday nights is $79 including breakfast if you make a reservation by October 1, 2014.