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This information is for those attending the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association - Newfoundland and Labrador (CHHA-NL) Annual General Meeting on Thursday, September 17th, starting at 6:30pm, at The Capital Hotel, St. John’s, NL.
With their donation of $3000, the VOCM Cares Foundation made our summer camp this year bigger and better than ever.
The CHHA National Conference is an annual conference which brings together all the branches of the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association. Every year at the conference CHHA National Awards are given out to deserving individuals who have shown themselves to be exemplary in furthering the goals and values of the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association. This year at the national conference two of our own, Noreen Brazil and Leanna Rowe received recognition for their achievements.
Meet Michelle, Michelle is currently completing a Master of Science degree in Human Communication Disorders (Audiology) at Dalhousie University. Read about her hearing loss story.
This year's poster contest winner is... Victoria Fudge! Victoria's drawing was unique, creative and provided good advice about hearing loss, while also playing on the popular catchphrase "Keep Calm and Carry On".
The Dr. Norah Browne Speak-Off concluded our May Month 2015 events for this year. The Dr. Norah Browne Speak-Off is open to hard of hearing, late-deafened or oral deaf students grades 5-12 from the English School District (Avalon East & West) region. Once again the event has succeeded in promoting confidence, language development and oral communication for students with hearing loss
The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association – Newfoundland and Labrador (CHHA-NL) would like to advise the public attending the Monster Spectacular (monster truck) event at Mile One Centre on Saturday, June 13 to BE NOISE AWARE.
The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association currently provides funds for youth with hearing loss in Newfoundland and Labrador for the reimbursement of expenses related to participation in community activities (example: sports tournaments, drama festivals and other extra-curricular activities) that might not otherwise be possible. Learn more or fill out an Application.