The Hearing Loss Association of America, Lakeland Chapter, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to facilitating sessions where members can help each other to improve our hearing through:
- Education Our monthly meetings often feature expert guest speakers to keep us up to date on the latest hearing devices, treatments and other support resources in the community. The upcoming meeting is previewed on the home page.
- Support We provide group discussions and one-on-one opportunities so every member can get the support they need. Our selection of free brochures and flyers, plus our experienced members, will help you to identify many of the wonderful resources our community offers from a list of doctors and audiologists to suppliers of free phones and other services.
- Advocacy We promote hearing rights and access throughout our community. Our current lead project is to advocate for hearing loops within the Lakeland area. For more details, click on Let’s Loop Lakeland. We are also promoting captioning at playhouses, movies and other appropriate venues.
ABOUT OUR CHAPTER
Our chapter is very active in advocacy program to help those with hearing loss. This video offers a look at a typical chapter meeting.
We meet every 2nd Thursday of the month at 6:00 pm, located at the First Presbyterian Church, 175 Lake Hollingsworth Drive, Lakeland, Florida 33801.
Our meetings are in Multipurpose Room A.
Your donation dollar will support our advocacy programs to help those with hearing loss. These programs include: Looping Program, Hearing Aid Recyling Program, SKI-HI Certification Program, Hearing Aid Network for Hearing Aid Professionals, Hearing Aid purchases for children, and more.