We provide speakers who are experts on subject such as legal rights, what to do if stopped by a police officer, employment discrimination, right to accommodations, driver safety training, emergency preparedness, the latest advances in hearing aid and cochlear implant technology, cell phone captioning services, inductive hearing “loops” for the home and office, and much, much more. At the end of each meeting we provide time for socializing with other chapter members.
HLAA Westchester’s social activities are fun and can alleviate stress and boredom. We’ve gone to baseball games, boat rides, picnics, painting classes, bingo and more.
Our annual Walk4Hearing is held each May at FDR State Park in Yorktown Heights, and provides fun for the entire family, great exercise, and helps raise funds for valuable local and national programs.
College Scholarships. Our Blair & Anita Mazin scholarship program has provided more than thirty $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors who are planning on attending college or trade school. A chapter membership awards party is held each June.
We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming HLAA Westchester meeting or other event. Please check our website calendar under "Events," emailed flyers and other announcements for the latest activities.
DON’T LET YOUR HEARING LOSS SHUT YOU OUT!
For nearly 40 years, the HLAA Westchester chapter has grown to nearly 100 members from Westchester and Rockland counties, Long Island, Connecticut, New York City, New Jersey and beyond. Our monthly meetings (normally held in person but now via Zoom video conference during the Covid-19 crisis) keep members and their guests up to date on valuable topics to help you cope in a hearing world.