1. DC Walk4Hearing
    Come join our team and walk with us! Your donations help us to continue to fund fun, relevant, and informative programs throughout the year to benefit our chapter. We thank you for your support and hope to see you there! Click here to join our team:
    October 21
  2. Program on Disability Rights
    Representatives of the DC government Office of Disability Rights and Office of Human Rights will describe how their offices support people with hearing loss. This will include their work on enforcing the Americans with Disabilities Act and what it means for us.
    September 17
  3. Program on Advocacy
    Lise Hamlin, HLAA’s Director of Public Policy will discuss and answer questions about HLAA’s (the national organization, not the DC chapter) advocacy work. Efforts to advocate for passage of legislation to make over the counter hearing aids a reality (and to assure that they are regulated to provide assurances of effectiveness) is just an example, though an important one.
    October 22
  4. Holiday Party
    Holiday party. More information coming soon.
    Early December
  5. Program on HATs
    Alice Crume, an HLAA member and graduate of HLAA’s Network of Consumer Hearing Assistive Technology Trainers (N-CHATT) program will discuss and answer questions about hearing assistive technology: beyond hearing aids and cochlear implants, what's out there to help.
    November 12
Previous Programs
Outreach Activities
  • Hearing Assistive Technology
  • HLAA Advocacy Activities
  • Hearing Service Dogs – what they do; how and where to get them
  • Surviving and Thriving in the Workplace with Hearing Loss
  • Program of Music Featuring a Renowned Classical Guitarist with Hearing Loss
  • Sharing, Demonstrating & Learning about Assistive Listening & Alerting Devices
  • Strategies for Communicating Successfully with Hearing Loss
  • Emerging Technologies, Apps and Websites for Hearing Loss
  • Tour of the National Gallery of Art (with Assistive Listening Devices)
  • Hearing Needs Assessment
  • Sponsorship of an Open-captioned Movie and Social Get Together
  • DC Commission on Persons with Disabilities
  • Next Generation 911 (NG911)
  • LG Advisory Board

  • Informational Programs on Hearing Loss provided for the Georgetown Senior Center, several local “villages” (neighborhood organizations that provide services enabling people to age in place), the National Active & Retired Employees Association (NARFE),  the DC Assistive Technology Advisory Council, varies community groups in Prince Georges County (Maryland) and at the 2016 HLAA convention
  • A training program on caring for residents with hearing loss at a senior living and assistive care facility
  • Secondary Transition Forum: A fair that provides an opportunity for DC transition-aged youth with disabilities to get helpful information about community-based support services. 
  • Healthy Aging Forum
  • ​NBC4 Health & Fitness Expo

Our programs are held at the Tenleytown Library located at 4450 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016.

Please check back here often to see new events as they are posted.