Here is our CPK dinner group…thanks again to all who came or donated. So kind of you! Sorry if I missed anyone who went at another time.
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Well we had a bit of everything for this full house chapter meeting. Starting with
At the link below, please find the transcript from the April 25th meeting. Sorry for the delay; it took some special handling to get the captions from the Power Point presentation (but what a bonus that was for us at the meeting!).
Attached is the latest newsletter with the link below:
Hope to see you all at the March 28th meeting! We have a great guest speaker, Jeff Grama, who many of you already know (and love!). Jeff has over 35 years of audiology and hearing aid dispensing experience and will be presenting about the latest in hearing aid and assistive listening technology. He will also touch on brain conditioning and memory techniques for people with hearing loss. You don’t want to miss what’s sure to be a truly informative discussion!
As always, we’ll have coffee and refreshments (feel free to bring food to share), and the meeting will be captioned and looped.
I’m starting to advertise the next meeting early because it is VERY special!
1) First we have an amazing speaker in Richard Ray, he is ADA Compliance Coordinator for the City of LA.
An article from the AARP website summarizing ways to protect your hearing. Important information that should not be kept lightly. Check it out at the link below. Do you have other suggestions?
Our own Grace Tiessen will be celebrating her 97th birthday in April. She is our own Energizer Bunny and an inspiration to us all.
Learn more about Grace, her hearing loss journey and her many contributions to HLAA at the following links.
Happy Birthday Grace and many more!!
Note from Alicia
Hope you can all scroll through our photos. Sorry I did not get everyone, but it was definitely a group effort! We had a blast. We also came back with the same amount of stuff as we dropped off. We shopped till we dropped! Full car. Good taste people who donated.
The video presentation is at the link below regarding understanding and erasing the stigma of hearing loss.