Glenn Kolonel doesn’t dwell on what could have been, he celebrates what is. Read his inspirational story and get his top tip to living well, no matter what your abilities.
The Trahey family discovered new, and better, options for their father’s hearing loss at the best possible time – right as COVID-19 struck and his hearing aids met an unfortunate end. Have a read and get in touch for your own hearing solutions.
The 2019-2020 Annual General Meeting of the CHHA-NL will take place virtually. Find more details here.
Local recreation worker Amy Parsons talks about the importance of others wearing a clear mask for communication and hearing accessibility during COVID-19.
Clear masks are extremely important for hearing accessibility right now. Learn more about why clear masks are needed and where to purchase one for yourself.
LEAP! is a group for teens with hearing loss, ages 14-18, to meet others and be more involved in your community.
This fall we will be offering lots of free online learning opportunities in place of our usual in-person group meetings or presentations. We are doing this in an effort to maintain physical distancing and the spread of Covid-19 to our … Read More
Persons with hearing loss are more likely to experience mental health and emotional issues, due to the feeling of being disconnected from others. Some symptoms they may have include: Feelings of Frustration: Hearing loss can make speech and other sounds … Read More
Many businesses and medical offices are now requiring people to wear face masks when entering their facility to help prevent the spread of infection and the Covid-19 virus. When you also wear a cochlear implant or hearing aids it can … Read More
Dora’s Story: Overcoming Hearing Challenges in a Time of Masks The current global pandemic has brought with it many changes to our everyday lives, from the way to socialize with family and friends, to how we go to … Read More