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Over the course of the past 37 years, Hearing Loss Association of America has been helping people of all ages and their families live well with hearing loss.  To find out more about this unparalleled resource, read the 2016 report prepared for HLAA members and supporters:   HLAA Now and in The Future.



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If you are thinking about changes in your ability to hear;  if you are worried about how well you are able to effectively communicate with family, friends or co-workers; if someone you care about is struggling with his or her ability to hear, we invite you to explore Hearing Loss Association of America’s website and to consider membership in HLAA’s national organization.      
For less than 70 cents per week (less than 10 cents per day,) membership in Hearing Loss Association of America offers its members exceptional benefits.  As the leading resource in the U.S.  for consumer education and engagement, HLAA provides
  • the opportunity to be counted with the 48 million Americans who live with hearing loss as HLAA advocates on a national level for strong public policy, access, and best practices in hearing healthcare
  •  a subscription to the award winning Hearing Loss Magazine;
  • captioned webinars to help you manage your hearing loss;  e-news keeping you up to date on important advocacy initiatives; and HLAA chat rooms.
  • additional benefits and discounts.


More about our organization:
According to the National Center for Health Statistics 48 million (20 percent) Americans have some degree of hearing loss, making it a public health issue third in line after heart disease and arthritis.
The Hearing Loss Association of America continues to have a significant impact on communication access, public policy, research, public awareness, and service delivery related to hearing loss. HLAA’s  national support network includes an office in the Washington D.C. area, 14 state organizations, and HLAA Chapters and state organizations across the country.
HLAA brings consumers and policy makers together to learn about communication access at the national, state and local levels. HLAA staff works at the national level to affect legislation that impacts people with hearing loss, whether it’s funding for hearing aids and cochlear implants, communication access in public places, or other important issues.



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HLAA provides timely and reliable information about hearing loss:


In addition, HLAA’s Walk4Hearing is held in 21 cities across the country in the spring and fall, raising awareness about hearing loss and its management and raising community dollars for local programs and funding for the work of the national office.
Take a look at this video about your hearing, living with hearing loss and HLAA.   A most common statement about this remarkable organization is, “It changed my life.”


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