Chapter meetings are held the third Saturday (unless otherwise noted) of each month at Christ the Servant Church, 2600 Lakeway Drive, Bellingham, WA. Meetings begin at 9:30am with the scheduled program from 10 to 11:30am. Hearing assistance technology is available, and all our meetings are captioned. For contact information and directions, visit the Find Us page (Click Here). See the Programs and Transcripts page (Click Here) for dates and times for the summer and winter potlucks and other schedule changes.
NEXT MEETING: Saturday, April 15th at 9:30am
“Welcome to CaptionCall! Phones You Can Actually 'Hear' On” Richard Burns, Outreach Specialist, CaptionCall
Location: 2600 Lakeway Drive, Bellingham, WA
NOTE: Immediately following April's meeting, join us (at your own expense) for lunch at the Five Columns restaurant and a movie at Barkley theater.
April 22, 2017
HEARING LOSS MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
9-12 noon with Charlene MacKenzie Location: 2600 Lakeway Drive, Bellingham, WA
In a personal, small group setting -- wearing hearing aids or not -- learn more about your own hearing loss and how to shop wisely for hearing devices. Bring your current audiogram. No cost, but a priceless opportunity for our members.
HLAA Annual Convention
June 22-25, 2017 at Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City
Convention information and registration forms are in the Nov/Dec 2016 issue of Hearing Loss Magazine or Online through the national HLAA website.
Early-bird registration deadline for HLAA members is 3/31/17 for Full Activity package cost of $299 individual, $499/couple.
After 3/31/17, that cost is $359 individual, $588/couple.
Registration costs do not include hotel and travel accommodations.Copies of the registration forms will be on our chapter’s resource table.
We Can HelpIf your life is being impacted by hearing loss, whether your hearing loss or that of someone else, drop by one of our meetings and see what we have to offer. We work to open the world of communication to people with hearing loss, providing information, education, support,and advocacy.
While we have information about different types of assistive technologies like hearing aids, captioned phones, or cochlear implants, our focus is on how people with hearing loss can live life to the fullest.
We are affiliated with the Hearing Loss Association of America and the Hearing Loss Association of Washington State. (For more information, Click Here).
Hearing Loss Basics
Basic and general information, both text and video, from the Hearing Loss Association of America. (Link - new window)
We are not affiliated with any business nor do we endorse products. We are an all-volunteer, non-profit organization.