December 2021 Edition


Coronavirus (COVID-19) Alert!  The latest information in Kentucky: Latest Information

From the National Association of the DeafMessage

BE SAFE! Wear a protective face mask! 

Hearing Loss and Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources: Resources

Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (KCDHH): KCDHH

What's New In This Month's Edition?

This website is updated daily and every month new topical articles are added:   What's New?

HLAA Convention 2022 Registration Is Open!

We are pleased to announce that HLAA 2022 Convention registration is OPEN! Join us June 23-25 to learn the latest about hearing health, communication access and the technologies and strategies that help people with hearing loss live well. This three-day event includes a research symposium on cochlear implants and a variety of educational workshops: Register HERE!

HLAA Hearing Life E-News: 

Hearing Life E-News keeps readers up to date with the latest information on hearing loss: HLAA Hearing Life E-News

STOP PRESS:

Articles on subjects of immediate importance that have recently been announced appear in this section: STOP PRESS

Deaf And Hard Of Hearing Services:

Services offered by the State for people who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing are listed here: Deaf And Hard Of Hearing Services

Webinar Schedule And Recordings:

Recordings of past webinars and notification of future ones are listed here: Webinar Schedule And Recordings

See How Much Fun We Have At Our Local Chapter Virtual Meetings!! Come And Join Us!

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Read Linda bilodeau's Special Article: "Soothing Music For Those With Hearing Loss"

Linda has grappled with hearing loss since 1978. Through it all, she has faced denial, acceptance, curiosity, trust, and hope. She has felt annoyed, angry, and frightened. She has encountered despair, loneliness, and envy. She has experienced panic attacks. Does that all sound familiar to you? Over the years she has met understanding people, kind souls who have helped her a great deal and others who thought she had nothing short of an invisible plague.

As a way of coming to terms with her hearing loss, she decided to put her feelings about her disability down on paper. Her hope is to better understand herself. Perhaps you will find a little something in her meanderings that will help you, too!  Please CLICK on the following link to visit her new section, called "Meandering Through a Hearing World", and enjoy reading her new article for this month: 
Meandering Through A Hearing World

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