Tuesday, November 6 - Daytime meeting 
11:00-11:30am – Social time and refreshments.
11:30 – 12Noon – Short business meeting.  All are welcome. 
12:00-1PM Program: “Hearing Loss Association: Goals and Strategies”  with Peter Fackler 

Peter Fackler, past president of the HLAA Rochester Chapter and currently serving on the organization's national Board of Trustees, reports on the activities of the national  group as it advocates for people with hearing loss. He will review the relationship among the local chapters across the country and HLAA's national office.

Tuesday, November 6, - Evening meeting
7:00-7:30pm – Social time and refreshments.
7:30 – 8:00pm – Short business meeting.  All are welcome.
8:00 – 9:00pm Program: “Personal Safety Planning in Emergencies” with Tim Kohlmeier    

Tim Kohlmeier, head of Monroe County's Office of Emergency Management, will advise people with hearing loss on coping with "emergency situations." Imagine yourself in a South Carolina shelter while your house is flooded and your hearing aid batteries are either not charged, not with you, or not available at flooded drug stores.  Disasters exist in many forms.  The Office of Emergency Management executes plans for disaster relief before, during and after any type of man-made or natural disaster or wartime situation.

All HLAA programs are free. Anyone interested in hearing loss is welcome.

HLAA Rochester Chapter meetings are held in the Parish Hall at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, East Avenue at 25 Westminster Road, across from the George Eastman House Museum.

Those needing a sign language interpreter for an evening meeting should contact Linda Siple at 585 788 6744 a week in advance. *
*Please note, this phone is only for those needing an interpreter.