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  • Annual State Meeting libraryofmichigan2017

    Spring Meeting:

    Save the date! April 29,2017, 9am-4pm

    More information about speaker and vendors soon.

    State of MI Historical Museum & Library, 702 W. Kalamazoo St, Lansing, MI 48915


  • applytodayApplications are being accepted for the HLAA- Michigan State Association’s Board of Trustees.

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We open the world of communication to people who have hearing loss by providing information, education, advocacy, and support.

Hearing Loss Association of America, Michigan State Association is an all-volunteer non-profit organization providing information, advocacy and support for people who do not hear well. Whether you are a person with hearing loss, a healthcare worker, a service provider, a family member, a friend, a neighbor, an employer or a co-worker of a person with hearing loss, our organization can give you information, insight, inspiration, and resources to understand and cope with hearing loss. Hearing loss can be traumatic, not only for the person with the loss but also for family, friends and co-workers. As the sounds around us fade, we often feel disconnected from our environment and very much alone. It’s common to feel that no one understands.

We do understand! We are part of a national organization of people with hearing loss helping each other.
We are in this together… learning to cope, to grow, to change our thinking about our hearing loss and to appreciate our abilities.  Experience the support of other people with varying degrees of hearing loss in Chapters throughout Michigan. Share your successes, frustrations and insights with people who will understand what living with a hearing loss is like. You are not alone!