March / April 2017

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March / April 2017

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In This Issue . . .

By Barbara Kelley
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SLC is the Place to Be!
By Niaz Siasi
HLAA2017 Convention is just a few months away. Are you ready?

The NAS Report: What is it and Why Should I Care?
By Dave Hutcheson
As far hearing health care goes, the times they are a-changin’. Read the whole article.

Tinnitus Issues and Answers for Consumers
By Douglas L. Beck
Dr. Beck helps us understand tinnitus and offers some solutions for making life with it a little more manageable. Read the whole article.

The Telecoil: Old? Yes. Outdated? No.
By Stephen O. Frazier
Telecoils have been around a long time, but that doesn’t mean they have lost their value.

Hearing Loss and Career Success: Refining Yourself, Your Career, and Your Social Network
By David C. Baldridge
Career success is a mindset and a lifelong journey in which hearing loss can impact every step of the way.

Fifteen Feet to the Microphone
By David Seligman
Finding humor in life and hearing loss leads a budding comedian to the stage. Or does it?

Advocacy: What’s Up with Title II? State and Local Government and the ADA
By Lise Hamlin
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HLAA Central Virginia Chapter’s Advocacy Efforts Lead to New Hearing Loops in National Historic Landmark
By Larry Herbert
A signature building at Thomas Jefferson’s University of Virginia is now accessible to people with hearing loss thanks in part to a local HLAA chapter. Read the whole article.

HLAA Chapters: Wishing Valerie Stafford-Mallis a Joyous Retirement

Featured Products
Enjoy this sneak peek at some of the latest products and technology for people with hearing loss that you’ll see at HLAA2017 Convention.

By Ronnie Adler and Ann Rancourt

Letter to the Editor