Registration is now open for the ALDA/HlAA accessible tour at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston on Saturday November 21,2020. Please join us for the first of an ongoing schedule of virtual MFA tours via Zoom with Karen Moss as our guide . Our first event is based on the topic “Gatherings Over Time”. This time of year some people are planning their holiday celebrations and such gatherings have been pared back or cancelled altogether during the Covid pandemic . Let us explore various art images in the context of “Gatherings Over Time” as festive, upbeat and enjoyable.
Description: Popular Professor, Fan-Gang (UCI Researcher) will present his ongoing research about technologies that help people hear including over the counter devices like AirPods.
You are invited to a Zoom meeting. When: Nov 10, 2020 11:00 AM Pacific Time, 2:00 pm EST.
Here are more upcoming virtual events (Details below):
- Saturday November 14 at 4pm: HLAA Virtual Meeting hosted by HLAA California Association – “Surviving the Holidays with Hearing Loss?”
- Tuesday November 17 at 8pm: HLAA Veterans Across America – “What’s in your Hearing Rucksack?”
- Wednesday November 18 at 4pm: HLAA Plymouth Chapter – “A Life in Music Lost and Found”
Saturday November 14: 4pm (Eastern Time)
HLAA California State Association virtual meeting
“Surviving the Holidays with Hearing Loss?”
Speaker: Alison Freeman
Join our next virtual meeting to learn some tips and strategies on how to deal with hearing loss during the holidays ahead. Speaker Alison Freeman, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who works part-time at California State University at Northridge (CSUN) with both hearing and hard of hearing/deaf/Deaf students. She also has a private practice and is doing teletherapy during the pandemic. She has had a severe hearing loss since early childhood, was orally trained, and is a long-time member of HLAA (she knew Founder Rocky Stone!).
Tuesday November 17: 8pm (Eastern Time)
HLAA Veterans Across America virtual meeting
“What’s in your Hearing Rucksack?”
Speaker: Juliette Sterkens
Most people with hearing loss will say they can hear just fine but that they have difficulty understanding speech, particularly in background noise, watching TV or while attending religious services, a lecture or theater performances even when using the most modern, up-to-date hearing aids. This lecture will go beyond hearing aids and will help you become an informed consumer to get the hearing care and technology from the VA that will work for you.
Juliëtte Sterkens is the HLAA Hearing Loop Advocate and professional advisor to HLAA on Hearing Loop Technology.
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Wednesday November 18: 4:00 – 5:30 pm (Eastern Time)
HLAA Plymouth Chapter virtual meeting
“A Life in Music Lost and Found”
Speaker: Betty Hauck
Betty Hauck, who was supposed to perform with the violin and viola for our chapter at the Plymouth Public Library, on March 18, 2020 (just before the pandemic started), will be talking A LIFE IN MUSIC LOST & FOUND: My Journey as a Musician with Hearing Loss. Betty was featured in an NPR story about musicians and hearing loss, which was reprised as a favorite story of 2018.
Contact Sandy Spekman (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request the link.
HLAA Virtual Meeting Recordings
You can view recordings of past Hearing Loss virtual meetings at:
Holiday HAT Check – Hearing Assistive Technology.
The holiday season presents us with many challenges in our hard-of-hearing world. Fortunately, there are many tech tools to help us all live with hearing loss. Let’s learn from each other! Let’s share our knowledge!
Please attend, and please bring and share a favorite device that helps you with safety, stress, and relates to hearing loss. Show and tell! It will help us all get through the challenging holiday season.
December 5, 2020 4:00 pm – Virtual VIA Zoom
Please join the hear@boston Zoom Meeting! Please email email@example.com to get the link.