I recently hosted a webinar presentation on finding relief from tinnitus for the Hearing Loss Association of America.
It came out better than I could have imagined and I’m excited to finally get to share it with everyone! This is the official replay video posted on the HLAA’s youtube channel.
You can watch many other webinar videos, as well as a replay of my webinar that includes the video feed of me giving the presentation on the HLAA’s official webinar replay page.
- My personal journey with tinnitus
- What is tinnitus? (It’s a lot more than just a noise)
- How I was able to find relief
- Techniques you can use to find relief too
- Lifestyle management to improve quality of life with tinnitus
The Hearing Loss Association of America:
The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) is the nation’s leading organization representing people with hearing loss. According to the National Center for Health Statistics 48 million (20 percent) Americans have some degree of hearing loss. It is the third most prevalent chronic health condition in older adults, after arthritis and heart disease, making it an issue of national concern.
HLAA provides assistance and resources for people with hearing loss and their families to learn how to adjust to living with hearing loss. HLAA is working to eradicate the stigma associated with hearing loss and raise public awareness about the need for prevention, treatment, and regular hearing screenings throughout life.
The Hearing Loss Association of America has an impact on communication access, public policy, research, public awareness, and service delivery related to hearing loss. Its national support network includes an office in the Washington D.C. area, state organizations, and HLAA Chapters and state organizations across the country.
HLAA brings consumers and policy makers together to learn about communication access at the national, state and local levels. HLAA staff works at the national level to affect legislation that impacts people with hearing loss, whether it’s funding for hearing aids and cochlear implants, communication access in public places, or other important issues.
HLAA provides timely and reliable information about hearing loss through its website, Hearing Loss Magazine, the online e-News, the Hearing Loss Support Specialists Training, message boards/chat forums and webinars. HLAA also holds annual conventions for people with hearing loss and professionals. HLAA’s Walk4Hearing is held in cities across the country in the spring and fall.