Hearing Loss Association of Oregon - Portland
PO Box 2112, Portland, Oregon, 97208
For information, please contact: Anne McLaughlin - email@example.com
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Find the Wistar Morris Conference Room (1015 N.W. 22nd Ave at Marshall St). Google Map.
For a detailed look on where to find the meeting location and available parking, please also see the Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital Campus Map. We are in #1 on that map (Good Samaritan Main Hospital).
2014 Upcoming Meetings Topics:
February 17: Carol Studenmund, President of LNS Captioning and member of the National Court Reporters Association, will cover the latest FCC work being done to improve broadcast captioning quality.
March 17: Abbye Callender and David Luther, both Doctors of Audiology at the Hearing Rehabilitation Center, will talk about telecoils and their uses, go over a checklist of essential questions to ask when purchasing hearing aids, and important elements that should be included in aftercare when you do purchase hearing aids.
April 21: Tina Penman, Doctor of Audiology with the Veterans' Administration (and member of our chapter) will discuss important hearing issues.
President: Anne McLaughlin
Board Member At-Large: Judy Cirillo
Board Member At-Large: Marilyn GuffeeNewsletter Editor: Mark Foster
2013 HLAA Convention in Portland Information:
The 2013 Hearing Loss Association of America Convention was held in Portland, Oregon on June 27-30, 2013.
Get information on Oregon Communication Project (OR-CAP), a new organization in Oregon that works with hearing-impaired members to gain compliance with Oregon state and Federal disability law. Read about it 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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