Our mission is to open the world of communication to people with hearing loss by providing information, education, support, and advocacy.
Wednesday, March 14, 7:00 p.m.
West Chester University Speech and Hearing Clinic Information Session!
Dr. Aaron Roman, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Science & Disorders will present information about the Speech and Hearing Clinic that is a part of WCU College of Health Sciences. Come join us and learn about this professional diagnostic and treatment service offered in our community!
The meeting room provides a hearing loop! Loops help those with telecoils in their hearing aids. CART is available at the regular meetings as well. Attending our accessible meetings is a great way to connect via a variety of hearing support technologies.
We hope to see you March 14th!
Christ Community Church
1190 Phoenixville Pike
West Chester, PA 19380
Look under Monthly Meetings tab for more information about upcoming meetings including inclement weather procedure.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
The Executive Committee has an immediate need for help in the roles of President and Secretary.
No experience necessary!
Only the desire to help us help those with Hearing Loss. Training and transition into these roles will be provided.
Help respresenting HLAA Chesco at Health Fairs and other community events is needed throughout the year.
Please Go to the Events Page for details about upcoming programs.
People's Light and Theatre Company
People’s Light would like to push accessibility efforts further than we have already. For the upcoming production of The Diary of Anne Frank,, PL would like to offer more consistent open captioning throughout the run. Previously we’ve offered 3 OC performances in the run, for this one, we are working with the scenic designer to incorporate the OC screen into the set and to offer more performances.
Running the open captioning screen and text requires a human operator to be present and focused for the whole performance, and we have some but not all of our performances covered for this service. Additional volunteers needed in supporting this effort..
The Diary of Anne Frank runs Feb 22-March 31. The performances are 2 hours and 15 minutes with a 15-minute intermission.
Performances are Tues-Sun (but performance dates vary each week due many student matinee performances).
Contact Marcie Bramucci
Director of Community Investment
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