Join CHHA-NL for five great learning opportunities in March 2019 - learn from the comfort of your own home or workplace. There's something for everyone. Sign up for one (or several) of these complimentary Webinars today.
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The Ultimate Dream Home supports the Programs & Services of the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association - Newfoundland and Labrador. The 2019 draw has taken place. Congratulations to the Winners.
On Saturday, March 2, 2019 the CHHA-NL will launch a brand new complimentary hearing screening program at the Provincial office in Mount Pearl.
When you have hearing loss, dining in a restaurant can often feel like a challenging experience. What if you cannot hear your companions? What should you do when you can't understand your server because the music is so loud? Here are 10 Tips for Dining Out When You Have Hearing Loss to help improve your overall experience.
Here are 10 Tips for Travelling When You Have a Hearing Loss - be sure to follow these tips to make sure that your trip goes smoothly:
Preparing for post-secondary studies in Newfoundland and Labrador? This upcoming webinar for students, parents and teachers will guide you through important things to know! Sign Up today.
Speechreading is an experience designed to improve overall communication and daily life. Register for the Speechreading Spring 2019 Level 1 class today.
The Association has received support from the Canada Post Community Foundation for an important early childhood noise awareness project, “Daisy’s Ears”. This project will provide a FREE story on good hearing health (noise awareness and hearing loss prevention) to daycares, preschools and kindergarten classrooms in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Now providing complimentary hearing screenings every Tuesday (by appointment only). How's your hearing? Contact us today to find out.
Where Can I Buy Earplugs? Know you need to wear earplugs in loud noise, but don’t know where to buy them? Our staff were hearing this question a lot, so we chose a set of earplugs that is easy to use (a foam, push-to-fit style earplug) and placed them in a keychain, making it easy…