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Latest appointments to the Advisory Council on Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing

Congratulations to HLAA Michigan member and Grand Rapids Chapter leader, Gerid Adams! Governor Whitmer just announced her latest appointments to the Advisory Council on Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing. Here are the names and bios of those appointed: Gerid C. Adams, of Wyoming, is a field trainer and accounts manager for CaptionCall and the […]

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A Convention Experience Shared by Our 2019 Scholarship Recipient

Gerid Adams, the current President of the Greater Grand Rapids HLAA Chapter, was the recipient of the 2019 HLAA-MI Scholarship to the HLAA National Convention.  Gerid shares his impressions of his first convention experience. The HLAA 2019 convention consisted of 10 workshop sessions; each session had a choice between 5 tracks. The tracks were Advocacy, […]

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2019 HLAA Convention Fun!

The 2019 HLAA National Convention was held on June 20-23 in Rochester, New York.  HLAA-MI folks who attended the 2019 convention represented the following chapters:  Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Royal Oak and Western Wayne County.  See below for a few pictures from the fun convention photo booth! The Greater Grand Rapids chapter (formerly known as the […]

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 18, 2019 CONTACT: Ronnie Adler National Walk4Hearing Manager Springtime? Michigan Walk4Hearing Time! BETHESDA, Md. – The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) invites you to join us for the annual Michigan Walk4Hearing, now celebrating its thirteenth year. Take a walk with us and meet our passionate regulars, enthusiastic newcomers, loyal […]

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Board Elections – April 2019

The Hearing Loss Association of America, Michigan State Association is pleased to announce the election of Christopher Dorais to our board of trustees. He will be serving a three-year term. Responsibilities include becoming familiar with hearing loss issues on our agenda, attending board meetings (3 times a year), and actively participating on the newly formed […]

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