Consumers look to HLAA’s magazine, Hearing Life, Hearing Life e-News, and the HLAA website, hearingloss.org, to provide them with the latest information on products, services, research, and technology in the hearing health care field. They look for practical and useful information. They also look for personal stories of people with hearing loss to find encouragement and give them the feeling that they are not alone and can live successfully with a hearing loss.
Since 1980 HLAA’s magazines and publications have been a trusted and reputable source for unbiased editorial coverage and valuable news and information for people with hearing loss, their friends and families, educators, professionals in the hearing health care industry, and more.
Featuring a new name and complete redesign in 2018, Hearing Life is the leading consumer-focused magazine for people with hearing loss with a readership of more than 16,000 and a broader reach through distribution in waiting rooms of hearing health care professionals, libraries, HLAA events such as the Walk4Hearing and annual Convention, and at many other HLAA national and Chapter events throughout the country.
Hearing Life e-News
Hearing Life e-News is delivered to your inbox twice per month. Hearing Life e-News keeps readers up to date on the latest news and information on hearing loss. Each issue features high-interest content such as recent legislation and advocacy efforts, technology, new products for hearing loss, human interest stories, webinars, updates on the Walk4Hearing, Convention, and information on HLAA Chapter happenings.
The HLAA website is one of the most visited and comprehensive sites related to hearing loss in the world. Consumers look to hearingloss.org as the trusted and reputable source of the latest news and information on technology, financial assistance, public policy and advocacy, hot topics and industry news, research, hearing loss basics, statistics, links to related organizations, and more. In addition, there are also updates on HLAA events such as the Convention and Walk4Hearing.