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September 25, 2019
Lisa Koslicki, DPT, physical therapist who specializes in helping people improve their balance. "Our Center for Balance and Hearing Loss"
October 30, 2019
Nicole Brent, Cochlear America representative speaking about "The Cochlear Implant" and what it can mean to you.
Added feature: Several members suggested that we select a book to discuss at the March 25th meeting. Here is the list of proposed books. At our October meeting, we will choose one book to review in February.
November 27, 2019
Social Event: Date is tentative since this is the Wednesday before Thanksgiving.
The meeting topic is Trip to PIX Theater in Albany to view an open captioned movie.
December 5th, 2019 ** Tentative **
Social Event: Visit to preview Christmas Storybook Land at the Linn County Fairgrounds.
Ototoxic Medications - Which medicines harm our hearing? Presentation by the OSU School of Pharmacy.
Lyra Repplinger, Med El representative providing information about the latest technology enhancements in cochlear Implants.
March 25th Tentative Topic: Book Club discussion. A book will be chosen from this list at the October 30th meeting.
All meetings have real-time captioning courtesy of Archer Captioning.
Please bring a small purchased snack item to share.
Water and juice will be provided.
The HLAA Linn Benton Chapter is a Hearing Loss Support Group made up of Linn and Benton County hard of hearing individuals. We meet monthly to listen to timely topics, share experiences, provide support, advice, and friendship. We invite you and your family members to attend.
More information is available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call / text to 541-220-8541
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