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​​ ROCHESTER'S VOICE FOR PEOPLE WITH HEARING LOSS

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OPEN CAPTIONS AT LIVE THEATER PERFORMANCES

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT HOW TO HEAR THE TELEVISION BETTER

Chapter Meetings have ended for our summer break. There are many people working behind the scenes to keep you updated on events, items of interest and planning next season's Chapter programing.

If you have suggestions, ideas or would like to participate in working for the benefit of others with hearing loss, don't be shy Contact Us!

Below is the information you'll need when you join us for our September 11, 2018 Chapter Meetings

Chapter Meetings

Chapter Meetings are are held in the Parish Hall at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 25 Westminster Road
Rochester, New York  14607 the first Tuesday of the Month October through June.

September’s chapter meeting is held on the second Tuesday. Please Enter only through Westminster Rd. door.

Weather Note: Meetings are cancelled when: 1. Monroe County issues a ban on unnecessary travel; and/or,
2. The Rochester City School District closes and/or cancels afternoon activities; and/or, 3. The wind chill is at / or below -20 degrees.    

Future Upcoming Event, Schedule 

lf you are a Member please check out our Member Page for information about our picnic!

More Events and Details

2018 convention

NOTE: The Assistive Device Demo Center is closed July and August. Join us when we re-open
September 20, 2018

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Question: Loud sound damages hearing.

If headphones or earbuds are too loud they can damage your hearing. If you now have normal hearing and don't know if your earphones/earbuds are too loud you can get a general idea by:

    A. Hold them at arms length while the sound is playing  and if you still hear the sound, they are too loud.

    B. Turn up the volume until your ears begin to "ring" then leave the volume just at that level.

    C. You can safely turn up the volume until a person 15 feet away tells you they can hear it.                   

Hearing Quiz

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