My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Hearing Loss Association of America, Bethesda, MD, USA
Finding the Hearing Loss Association of America has literally changed my life. Because of them, I discovered the cochlear implant which helped me regain more than adequate hearing to live my life.
I learned about how to advocate for myself in employment, in medical offices, in the travel industry, with family and friends, in church, in public and with the government. The list is endless.
Bolstered by many, many friends who also have hearing loss, I was able to go out and teach others what I have learned – about assistive listening technology, hearing devices, emergency preparedness, and much more.
This is a very special organization that exists specifically to help 48 million Americans with hearing loss.
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