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Walk4Hearing: It Takes a Family

By Ronnie Adler

Now in its ninth year, the HLAA Walk4Hearing is the largest Walk of its kind. The fun never ends. Read about adult children who walk for their parents.

“Just Like Me”

By Julie Fisher

Meet eight-year-old Katherine Pawlowski, our Walk4Hearing Ambassador.

Austin, Here We Come!

By Nancy Macklin

Join us in Austin, Texas, June 26-29 for the HLAA Convention 2014 for the latest and greatest in hearing health care information, support, technology and fun times. Registration form included in this issue.

Are You Computer Savvy? If Not, Join the Club!

By Joel Strasser

The author introduces us to his favorite computer – the easy-to-use, all-in-one, Telikin computer – just right for older people with hearing loss.

When a Complaint Means More Than Just Complaining

By Lise Hamlin

The FCC released new rules for closed captioning. Here’s what you can do if you have to complain or compliment them on the quality of captions on TV.

I Have the Job…Now What?

By Barbara Johnson

Learn how to advocate for yourself in the workplace.

Promoting Awareness: Now and Then

By Anna Gilmore Hall

“We are changing the way the world thinks about hearing loss, and changing the way people with hearing loss think about themselves.”


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