The American Hearing Loss Association (HLAA) is a leading organization that works to open up the world and provide access to communication and technologies for people with hearing loss. Their mission is to help those with hearing loss live well and they have held their biggest in-person meeting in three years on March 26th. The event was a great success and was held on a gorgeous Sunday in spring with nearly perfect weather. The HLAA-Los Angeles is a tax-exempt charitable organization and is eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions under Code 501 (c) (from the IRS).
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The HLAA also runs the Walk4Hearing campaign which brings hope to people with hearing loss in 20 cities and meets them in their communities to raise awareness and show their support. It increases public awareness of hearing loss, eradicates the stigma associated with it, and raises funds for national and local programs. Jeff Weingart serves as Deputy Judge of the First Division and Victor Viramontes as Deputy Judge of Division Eight of the Second District Court of Appeals. Carissa Bennett graduated with honors in Speech and Hearing Sciences from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1978, earned a master's degree in audiology from the University of Washington in 1981 and a bachelor's degree in audiology from the Arizona School of Health Sciences in 2003. She also led numerous volunteer opportunities as student president of her Academy of Audiology program and raised awareness in the hearing health community.
Frazer specializes in the evaluation and treatment of vertigo, dizziness, and hearing and balance disorders. Her great appreciation for music led her to focus her doctoral research on improving the enjoyment of music in patients with significant hearing loss. It is certified by the Board of the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association, the American Academy of Audiology and the National Certification in Hearing Instrument Science.