April Speakers: Bob Rennie and Toni Barrient

Announcing our next chapter meeting on Saturday, April 4:

1st Speaker: Bob Rennie Representing Sertoma

sertoma-logo-website Bob-Rennie-website

Sertoma’s mission is to improve the quality of life today, through education and support, for those at risk or impacted by hearing loss. Bob will be talking about the history of the organization, the local chapter, and some upcoming events. Sertoma supports hearing health through their programs and mission activities. See their web site: www.sertoma.org for more information



2nd Speaker: Toni Barrient- Enhancing cochlear implant & hearing aid use with t-coils

Turn Hearing Aids and Cochlear Implants Into Mini Loudspeakers

colorful-hearing-aid-websiteToni-Barrient-websiteIf you have a t-coil but are not using it, you are missing out. Learn about expanding the use of your hearing aids and cochlear implants with t-coils! You will be amazed. If you don’t know if you have a t-coil, ask your hearing aid dispenser. All CI’s have one. Have you used your telecoil recently? Telecoils are everywhere, from theaters to classrooms and churches.

Toni Barrient, retired Director of Member Services and Chapter Development, Hearing Loss Association of America, will discuss the many uses for T-Coil equipped hearing aids and cochlear implants.  She will also demonstrate devices that can be used with and without hearing aids in noisy environments.

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Come to the next Hearing Loss Association of America –
City of Orange Chapter meeting

Date:           Saturday, April 4
Time:          10:00 am – 12:00 noon
Location:   UCI Medical Center

UCI Medical Center
101 The City Drive, Bldg 56, Rm 113-114
Orange CA 92868

(we are back in our usual room – Bldg 56, Rm 113-114 – for the rest of the year)
Refreshments will be served.
2-hour validated parking in the UCI Medical Patient parking lot

Click HERE for UCI medical center campus map with directions to Bldg 56


Evelyn just learned about telecoils after having her cochlear implant for years. And here’s her reaction when she turned it on for the first time:

Click HERE for Evelyn’s reaction to t-coil.


Making the most of your hearing aids



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