The Hearing Loss Association of American, Philadelphia-Suburban and Northeast Chapter will meet on Wednesday, September 5 at 6:30 p.m. at the Huntingdon Valley Library. The program features Terry Krutz from “Loop America“. Terry will speak to the group about the definition of looping and what it means for people with hearing loss. He will show how a loop works with the telecoils in hearing aids or cochlear implant processors. For individuals without telecoils, Terry will share information about a special receiving that can be used in a room that is looped. Please join the Hearing Loss Association of America for a pleasant and informative evening. For more information about the Hearing Loss Association and/or this chapter, please contact S. Loigman at (215) 698-0980. Informational Flyer.
For more information about Hearing Loops, you may find this NY Times article, “A Hearing Aid That Cuts Out All the Clatter” interesting.