Table of Contents
How it All Began! The Origins of the Living Well With Hearing Loss Program
By Sam Trychin
Getting people talking about their hearing loss and finding solutions to communications was the beginning of what we know today about research and aural rehabilitation programs
A Love Story ― Audiologist Meets Psychologist
By Janet Trychin
Janet Trychin shares how her husband breathed new life and meaning into her career.
Seen & Heard: Betty Proctor
Should I Get a Hearing Aid?
By Mark Ross
If you have to ask this question, then the answer is probably yes.
Walking with You: My Journey as the Walk4Hearing Ambassador
By Katherine A. Pawlowski
A motivated eight-year-old girl shares her experiences.
Beyond the Hearing Aid and the Cochlear Implant
By Don Senger
You just got a hearing aid and you say, “I can hear but I can’t understand?”
Resources Worth Their Weight in Gold
By Larry Medwetsky
Gallaudet University’s Peer Mentoring Program trains HLAA members to be peer mentors to others with hearing loss.
Something Extraordinary Has Happened! … and It’s all About the People
By Julie Olson
As we enter into our year-long 35th commemoration of HLAA’s founding, Julie Olson looks at the highlights and what they mean to people with hearing loss.
HLAA Convention 2015 in St. Louis
By Nancy Macklin
Here’s an opportunity you won’t want to miss.
Welcome Back to the Movies
By Lise Hamlin
HLAA’s work on movie theater access for people with hearing loss.
Continuing to Build Awareness with New Audiences
By Anna Gilmore Hall
There are 48 million people with hearing loss in the country, but HLAA helps one person at a time live successfully with his or her hearing loss.