For People with Hearing Loss and their Families and Friends | Education, Outreach, Support, Fun.
Now Playing at Cape Cinema: "Renoir" May 10-16 in French with English subtitles. website:
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Cape Cod Chapter has contributed to the One Fund Boston for Marathon bombing victims. We hope you will make a contribution too.
What is Hearing Loss Association of America?
Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) is the nation’s foremost membership and advocacy organization for people with hearing loss. HLAA was founded in 1979 by Howard E. "Rocky" Stone, a retired CIA officer. Shortly after celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2005, the name was changed from Self Help for Hard of Hearing People, Inc (SHHH) to Hearing Loss Association of America.
The Cape Cod Chapter is one of 200 local chapters and 14 state chapters. We are a 501(c)(3) registered nonprofit, just like our parent group. For more information on the Hearing Loss Association of America, please visit www.hearingloss.org.
Have you paid your membership dues for 2013?
PLEASE JOIN US! Our 2013 Chapter dues are only $10 per year and help pay for the newsletter and various activities and meetings. Instead of wishing things were different for people with hearing loss on the Cape, join us and let your voice be heard. Come to the meetings for education, outreach, support and fun. YOU ARE NOT ALONE! Every meeting has some hearing assistance, like CART, so you won't be straining to hear and leave frustrated.
Lifetime membership is $100, and tax deductible. Pay at the next meeting or send your check made out to Hearing Loss Association Cape Cod to
PO Box 502
Yarmouth Port, MA 02675
Include name, address, phone number and email. Tell us what you are interested in. Would you like to join a committee such as the Social Committee, the Advocacy Committee, or the Publicity Committee
Donations are gratefully received. We thank Betty Lynch for her generous donation.
Lifetime Members: Bill McCormick
Please feel free to contact us with questions. Everyone is welcome to come to our meetings.