New Support Organization for People with Hearing Loss to Launch May 18

Hearing Loss Connection of Northern Virginia (HLCnova), a new non-profit support organization for those with all types of hearing loss (mild to severe) and the people who care about them, will be launched in Northern Virginia at a general public meeting on May 18, 2019. This event is for everyone with an interest in or connection to hearing loss.

With the motto “Social, Savvy, Supportive,” Hearing Loss Connection of Northern Virginia meets to learn about latest treatments as well as latest techniques to improve the communication strategies. They provide a place where people with hearing loss can meet others facing the same condition. “Whether you have a hearing loss or support someone who does, you belong with us. No one needs to face hearing loss alone,” says their website.

Meetings are held at Northern Virginia Resource Center for Deaf & Hard of Hearing Persons (NVRC), 3951 Pender Dr. #130, Fairfax.

The first meeting and presentation will be held on Saturday, May 18, from 10:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.: “What you need to know about cochlear implants: Modern Candidacy, Outcomes, and Resources,” By Special Guest Speaker – Dr. Michael Hoa, MD.

Those interested in attending need to RSVP at info@HLCnova.orgL by May 15, 2019

For additional information about Hearing Loss Connection of Northern VA (HLCnova), visit

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