MEMBERS' PAGE
  INFORMATION PAGE FOR ROCHESTER CHAPTER MEMBERS ​​
The Chapter 35th Anniversary Picnic,
 August 19, 2018, was a complete success!

Sue commented later...
"The party went well...I think everyone had a good time.
Weather was lovely, sixty-three people signed in and brought
all kinds of delicious food, and the majority of people spent time
on the back deck. Wegmans did a masterful job with the cake...it was
gorgeous! All decorated in HLAA logo colors."

   


Dan Brooks  our chpater President and and Suzanne Johnston, Vice President were both at the picnic.

Sue, our out going Chapter President with a Gift for her wonderful leadership

Sure looks yummy!

  Committees and More

Our Chapter has many active committees...something for everyone. Below is a partial list of committees. Remember you will not be "pushed" to do anything!  Come and observe or volunteer to help with a portion of a task or take on a project of your personal interest.
 Some projects are small and needed only once or twice a year or month.   Contact Us  to express your interest, concern or curiosity. You will open up a new world of friendship and comeraderie.
EDUCATION/OUTREACH: Connect with organizations or groups regarding captioning, help out at health fairs, provide presentations and more. Learn about our Device Demonstration Center and be guided to volunteer at the center, help and guidiance are provided, at a novice level.

TECHNOLOGY: Volunteer to give our five minute "tech talk" at a Chapter Meeting, daytime or evening, discuss new and exisiting Assistive Listening Devices and Systems with other members of the Committee and answer questions from the Community. This committee is for those currently knowledable regarding various aspects of "technology" beyond the novice level
 
​OTHER COMMITTEES AND HELP NEEDED: Finance, Membership, Nominating, Marketing, PAC (Professional Advisiory), Awards, and more.

GENERAL OR OCCAISIONAL HELP: Assisting at the sign in table for at a meeting or event, helping with refreshments at a meeting or event, helping at a health fair, or other event or meeting.

We have people who work with social media, obtain information for our Website or Award winning Newsletter and assorted other tasks that are needed but not considered an "official" committee.

YOU CAN HELP AND NOT HAVE TO BE A LEADER OR TAKE ON A LEADERSHIP ROLE. 

Contact Us to find out more​​​​.

 Books You May Enjoy

A Quiet World: Living with Hearing Loss, David G. Myers

Mr. Myers writes about some of the problems he faced when gradually losing his hearing. Some information about technology and medical advances are discussed.

Shouting Won't Help: Why I--and 50 Million Other Americans--Can't Hear Katherine Bouton;

learn about hearing loss from Bouton. She discusses hearing loss with a number of medical personnel as she discovers more information about hearing loss. Recounting some of her own stories makes this book come to life.

Living Better with Hearing Loss: A Guide to Health, Happiness, Love, Sex, Work, Friends . . . and Hearing Aids. Another informative book from Katherine Bouton. This book provides practical information on hearing loss with a focus on assistive listening devices and other aids that can be used by those living with hearing loss.

The Way I Hear It: A Life with Hearing Loss by Gael Hannan

Learn strategies and read engaging episodes how Hannan lives with her hearing loss. Read about some of the people she has met while traveling to a number of locations to present seminars on hearing loss. Her use of humor while providing helpful practical information makes this book an easy read.

What Did You Say? An Unexpected Journey Into the World of Hearing Loss: Monique E. Hammond

If you have experienced sudden hearing loss or know someone who has, Hammond's book will remind you that you are not alone. She provides information about sudden hearing loss through her quest to learn more about her own exp
erience.