Table of Contents
HLAA Walk4Hearing – 10 Years of You Walking Coast to Coast
By Barbara Kelley
Enjoy hearing about and seeing photos of those who stepped up for hearing loss.
Joey G’s Gang
By Joe Garin
What do you do when you find out your little boy has a hearing loss? Joe and Katia Garin gave their son the gift of hearing, then their journey led them to the Walk4Hearing.
Standing Your Ground for Justice
By Katherine Bouton
Deputy Inspector Daniel Carione was told he couldn’t continue his career as a decorated New York City police officer. What happened is amazing
All Aboard! Last Stop…St. Louis!
By Nancy Macklin
You’re at the end of the line so it’s time to register for the HLAA Convention.
Religious Sisters Get in the Loop
By Jodi Iler
A chance encounter in Oregon leads to a grateful order of nuns in Iowa.
The Trip with Tinnitus
By Loretta M. Miller
Even though our author is one a journey with tinnitus, she’s fighting not to let it take over her life.
By Ellen Semel
A few HLAA advocates were determined not to miss the exhibits of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
Seen & Heard
Dave and Carrie Welter
HLAA Makes Our Positions Clear
By Anna Gilmore Hall
HLAA Policy Statement papers re ect the needs and desires of our members. they reflect the many aspects of hearing loss, and what we need in order to achieve our goals.