September / October 2016

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September / October 2016

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In This Issue . . .

If You Can Relate, Take One Small Step
By Barbara Kelley
If these situations feel even a little familiar to you, do something today. Read the whole article.

Hearing Loss Isn’t Funny
By Gael Hannan
Hearing loss is definitely not something most of us find funny. But you have to keep your sense of humor. Read the whole article.
Live Life as an Adventure
By John Kuhlman
A 93-year-old WWII veteran and highly regarded university professor shares his inspiring story.

How to Find Hearing Loss-Friendly Service Providers
By Shari Eberts
Finding the right service provider can be a frustrating experience for anybody. But for those of us with hearing loss it is critical to find someone who understands your needs. Read the whole article.

Highlights of Convention 2016 and Congress of the International Federation of Hard of Hearing People
By Nancy Macklin
Enjoy a look back at just a few of the things that made Convention 2016 so special. Read the whole article.

HLAA Peninsula Chapter Hits a Home Run with the Rocky Stone Hearing Assisted Technology Demonstration
By Raegene Castle
An innovative program is the key to the HLAA Peninsula Chapter’s significant growth.

Standing Up for Access in Public Places
By Lise Hamlin
The Americans with Disabilities Act has gone a long way to ensure communication access for those with hearing loss in public places. But there is still work to be done.

The Joy of Hearing Loss
By Allen Cobrin
Believe it or not, there are some positives to hearing loss.

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