|Hearing Loss Association of Oregon - Portland
PO Box 2112, Portland, Oregon, 97208
For information, please contact: Anne McLaughlin - firstname.lastname@example.org
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For a link to a Google map of the area, click here, and you can find a Good Sam campus map on this PDF file [209Kb]. On the Good Sam campus map, Building 2 is #19.
We take a break and don't have meetings during the summer months of June, July, and August.
If you'd like to get e-news messages from national HLAA, you can sign up by going to hearingloss.org and from the "online community" drop down menu, choose the "e-news signup" option. They send two messages each month.
2016 Upcoming Meetings Dates
January 18th, 2016: Topic TBA
February 15th, 2016: Speaker will be Kailen Berry, Au.D., Phonak Clinical Trainer. Phonak is a provider of hearing aids and assistive listening devices. Dr. Berry will speak about technology options.
March 21st, 2016: Speaker from Portland Fire & Rescue about fire prevention and preparedness
April 18th, 2016: Topic TBA
May 16th, 2016: Election of Chapter Board; Topic/speaker TBA
Our Board Members
We do welcome your donations directly to our chapter, HLAA – Portland, as well (tax deductible, 501-c-3), mailing address above!
2016 HLAA Convention Information
The 2016 Hearing Loss Association of America Convention will be held June 23 - 26 in downtown Washington DC. Early-bird registration opens in October and provides discounted registration rates through January 31, 2016. Increased rates begin February 1 and continue through May 31 when pre-convention registration closes. For more info, go to http://www.hearingloss.org/content/convention .
Get information on Oregon Communication Project (OR-CAP), a organization that works with hearing-impaired members to gain compliance with Oregon state and Federal disability law. OR-CAPís past successes include open captioning at Portland Trail Blazer games at the Moda Center. Learn more about OR-CAP here
Contact Local Television Stations Regarding Captioning Issues:
Click below to find email and address links for Portland television stations to address complaints or compliments regarding captioning issues while watching TV.
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