Hard of Hearing and Late Deafened (HH&LD) is a service designed for hard of hearing and late-deafened individuals.
Community advocacy helps people feel more enabled to take control of their own lives and provides practical support to overcome health and social care issues. This approach equips people with the knowledge and skills to be their own best Advocate
A support group provides an opportunity for people to share personal experiences and feelings, coping strategies, or firsthand information about diseases or treatments.
Peer counseling is a helping process that involves one-on-one interaction or interaction between members of a group, who have several things in common.
Whether we are born with a hearing loss or acquired later in life as a child, teen or adult, the experience can be challenging. Hearing loss varies greatly. The spectrum ranges from a mild loss to profound deafness.
If you were born hearing and began to lose your hearing later in life, it takes some time to adjust to life with a hearing loss. Growing up hard of hearing is also unique. At GLAD, the Hard of Hearing Specialist can work with you to access information and resources which will empower you to live better with a hearing loss.