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The Hearing Loss Association of America of Greater Baltimore (HLAA-GBC).

 

The chapter meets serveral times a year. Hearing loss meetings open to the public, as well as a summer picnic and winter holiday party.

 

Hearing loss meetings are held throughout the year, except for December, July, and August. 

 Please see our calendar for details.

 



   News 2016 

2017-2018
NEW BROCHURES for 2017 to 2018
HLAA-2017-2018.pdf
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New Brochure!
New Brochure for 2016 to 2017!!!
HLAA-2016 to 2017-NEW.pdf
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Top 10 Reasons to Join Our HLAA Chapter
Top 10 Reasons to Join Our HLAA Chapter
Reasons to join chapter-FINAL 2.22.2016 [...]
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Top 10 Reasons to Join HLAA National
Top 10 Reasons to Join HLAA National
Reasons to join HLAA-March 2016.pdf
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Award!

                                             HAMITON RELAY AWARD!

Here is me (Carrie Nicholsen) in the

Howard County Newspaper

and Columbia Flier! 

At HLAA Baltimore Chapter on May 25th, 2017.. I (Carrie Nicholsen,President) won an Award from HAMILTON Relay. 

Carrie Nicholsen Wins Hamilton Relay 2017 Better Hearing and
Speech Month Recognition Award
Congratulations to Carrie Nicholsen of Columbia for being selected as the Hamilton Relay 2017 Better Hearing andSpeech Month Recognition Award recipient for the state of Maryland! Carrie has dedicated herself to improving the lives of individuals with hearing loss by being a resource and providing encouragement.

Carrie is very involved in the community, serving as the president
of the Greater Baltimore Chapter of the Hearing Loss Association
of America. She has revamped their web presence, launching and
maintaining a Facebook page and creating regular newsletters to
help the community stay updated.
Carrie also holds a leadership role with the Maryland Chapter of the
Alexander Graham Bell Association of the Deaf and is a mentor for
the Bionic Ear Association, making sure those who already have or are considering cochlear implants have all the information theyneed. Additionally, she volunteers with Fidos For Freedom by staffing
exhibits and educating visitors on the availability and benefits of service and therapy dogs for people with hearing loss.
Her peers describe her as an inspiration with an “open attitude and willing spirit.” Carrie’s long list of accomplishments leave no doubt that she is deserving of this recognition. http://www.maryland.gov/pages/search.aspx?q=carrie%20nicholsen&site=oxoporrrqzi&name=Information%20Technology

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