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Albuquerque Chapter

Email: hlaabq@gmail.com

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Hearing Loss Association of America

Albuquerque Chapter

Helping People Communicate

About Us

Improving Peoples Life

Our purpose is to improve the life of people with hearing loss.  We do that by providing information to our members, to regulatory agencies, legislative bodies, and providers

We hold regular meetings once a month from September through June with a informative guest speakers or where we share experiences and knowledge with others.

We publish an informative newsletter each month.

We are affiliated with the National Hearing Loss Association of America and Loop New Mexico

Monthly Meetings

Connecting with Others

HLAA Albuquerque Chapter Meetings are held at Los Altos Christian Church, 11900 Haines Ave NE, on the 3rd Saturday of the month, Sept.-Jun.

 

Socializing starts at 9:30 am; 

Presentations start at 10:00.

 

The public is cordially invited to attend.

November 16, 2109

We will discuss dealing with the holidays with a hearing loss. We had expected to have a formal speaker for this month, but since life happens, we’ve tried with three different speakers who declined, and multiple board members have been tied up with other activities of life. Instead, we will host a program when we get to share our own solutions for what is surely a timely topic. We will host what is referred to as a Rap Session. Our moderator will ask for the members’ feedback on a variety of settings, and the group can discuss how they have dealt with similar scenarios, and we can share what has worked, and what has not worked for us. These meetings are always lively, and we learn a lot from each other so please join us to participate or just listen to solutions for holidays with a hearing loss. 

 

December will be the program that has been often requested as a repeat from a couple of years ago, discussing T-coil versus Bluetooth. The speakers will be one audiologist (our advisor, Carol Clifford) and a super user (our president, Mary Clark). The presentation will be an updated version of what was presented in 2017 so join us for the latest and greatest! 

Featuring

  • Open captioning  projected on a large screen

  • Induction loop system for hearing aids equipped  with telecoils

  • Headsets for those without telecoils

  • Public address system

  • ASL Interpreters

Read the Wired for Sound Newsletter

Providing Valuable Information

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The monthly newsletter is mailed or emailed to you as part of your membership.  The newsletter is a must read for people who want to be informed about how to deal with hard of hearing challenges.

Providing Information

Our "Resources" page has a wide variety of information ranging from Guidelines for Purchasing Hearing Aids to Medicines That Can Effect Your Hearing.

Tired of not being able to hear when you eat out!    

 

YOU CAN HELP SOLVE THIS PROBLEM!

 

We encourage you to use one of the following smartphone applications to both (1) measure the noise level at venues (restaurants, cafes, coffee/tea shops, bars) that you frequent and (2) search for quiet venues (where there are adequate measurements). 

 

Check out these smartphone apps!

 

Soundprint - Only Available for iPhone

iHEARu - Available for Android Devices or iPhone

Contribute - No Cost to You

Get In Touch

Email us and we will add you to our email list for notifications of meetings and Newsletter updates.

Become A Member

Your membership helps people with hearing loss.  There are no paid staff and all the dues are used to fund continued member meetings and monthly newsletters

Check Out Our Affiliates

The premier site for information about Telecoils and Looping Systems for better hearing at any venue - including your home.

Loop New Mexico Web Site

 

The website for the Hearing Loss Association of America National Organization

HLAA Web Site