Attention Loop Manufacturers and Installers
If you wish to include a logo in your marketing materials and on your web sites please use the “Proud Supporter of Get in the Hearing Loop” logo which is available to be downloaded. View logo here, then right click and select "Save image as" to download it to your computer.
We ask that you do not use the HLAA logo without express written permission.
- If you wish to include a logo in your marketing materials and on your web sites please use the “Proud Supporter of Get in the Hearing Loop” logo which is available to be downloaded. View logo here, then right click and select "Save image as" to download it to your computer.
How to Advocate for Loops
- As Juliëtte Sterkens, HLAA hearing loop advocate, travels around the country helping people to advocate for loops in their communities, she will keep a blog describing her activities. Check back frequently for updates to her blog.
- Get in the Hearing Loop Advocacy - Here’s how to make it happen in your community
- PowerPoint Presentation (PPT) For Use by Advocates of Loop Systems
- Loop Manufacturers/Installers and Installations in the USA
20Q with Gus Mueller on Hearing Loops
by Juliëtte Sterkens, Au.D.
A Hearing Aid That Cuts Out All the Clatter
by John Tierney
A Surge in Hearing Loops Gives Hearing-Impaired Front Row Seats
by Gina Shaw
- Hearing Charities and Sertoma Support the Hearing Loop Project
In the Loop: Helping the growing population with hearing loss
by David G. Myers, Ph.D., & Juliëtte Sterkens, Au.D.
Let’s All Get Involved in Looping America
by David H. Kirkwood
Let’s Loop America's Worship Centers
by David G. Myers
Let's Loop SRQ! aims to turn Sarasota into one of America's most hearing-friendly cities
by Rob Senior
- Looping the World
- Sound Approach: Loopy Idea Brings in Speech Loud and Clear
- The Hearing Loop Movement is Rapidly Accelerating
- 20Q with Gus Mueller on Hearing Loops
- 2nd International Hearing Loop Conference (June 2011)
- “Aha moment” for someone using a loop for the first time
Subway Live Sound/Hearing Loop Sound Comparison for the NY Times
Heard first is the live sound of the 66th St. subway station as composer Richard Einhorn tried to ask for directions. Next is the sound he heard in his hearing aid via the newly installed loop technology. View video
- Ellie reacts to hearing TV through a hearing loop for the first time. View video
- HLAA Convention 2012 in Providence raising their hands to show they are using the loop View video
- Sertoma's A Sound Investment advocacy campaign. The goal of this campaign is to make the sounds through public address and amplified systems in public facilities readily accessible to those that use hearing assistive devices. Video 1 Video 2 Video 3