Jeanne Glass will be the featured speaker with her hearing dog Heather, at the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) Long Beach/Lakewood Chapter on Thursday, April 11 at 6:30 p.m. at the Weingart Center, 5220 Oliva Ave., Lakewood, CA 90712, 562-630-6141.
Jeanne Glass will bring her service dog, Heather, and talk about her experience with a hearing service dog, how she came to get Heather, what life is like with her service dog, and where to get further information on getting a hearing dog.
Jeanne has had a profound hearing loss for 60 years. For 25 of those years, she has had a service dog. She volunteers with Canine Companions for Independence, BARK therapy dogs, and is a member of the Long Beach Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).
This talk is part of a series of monthly presentations offered by the Long Beach/Lakewood Chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America, the nation’s largest non-profit group dedicated to helping people with hearing loss.
If you have trouble hearing, these meetings are for you! All meetings are Captioned with CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation and the Williams Sound System assistive listening devices (ALDs). Hearing Loss Association of America, Long Beach/Lakewood Chapter is a support group offering education on coping skills and resources to people with hearing loss to help survive in a hearing world.
Join the friendly, supportive chapter members to learn about strategies and technologies for improving life with hearing loss. Always free!
The article above was released by the Long Beach/Lakewood Chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America.