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This presentation may be freely used by any Hearing Loss Association Chapters.
It’s available for download from www.nchearingloss.org/programs.htm
To inform about HLAA and how this organization provides services for hard of hearing (HOH) individuals and to the public at large.
To open the world of communication to people with hearing loss by providing information, education, advocacy and support.
Exhibits & Public Speaking
Exhibits & Public speaking
One-on-oneHLAA Delivery System
Who We Reach
2007 International Convention
Oklahoma City, OK
June 21-24, 2007
Education leading to empowerment and independence!
MI Coalition for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing People
Division On Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Michigan Disability Rights Coalition
Michigan Relay Advisory Board
Didn’t know where to turn
Struggled with communication
Were confused about technology
Didn’t know their Rights
Hid their hearing loss
With HLA, now they:
Are educated on their rights (ADA)
Experience increased independence
Have improved quality of life
Know they are not alone
Are informed about hearing loss
Refuse to be left outWhy Join a Local Chapter?
7910 Woodmont Ave.,
Bethesda, MD 20814
(301) 657-2248 Voice
(301) 657-2249 TTY
(301) 913-9413 Fax
PO Box 4808
Troy, MI 48099
(517) 487-2583 V/TTY
Email: email@example.comFor More Information
HLA-MI Chapter Coordinators:
Liz Kobylak firstname.lastname@example.org
Brenda Stimson email@example.com