New England Walk4Hearing

New England Walk4Hearing

2019 New England Walk Pix
  • Dr. Peter Weber, Honorary Business Chair Honorary Business Chair
    Dr. Pete Weber
    Chief Medical Officer at Decibel Therapeutics

    "Hearing is central to how we live, learn, and connect with the world around us. As an ear surgeon and Chief Medical Officer at Decibel Therapeutics, I see the impact that hearing loss has on patients’ lives first hand every day. That’s why I, and the rest of our team at Decibel Therapeutics, are so grateful for the work that HLAA does to support this community."

Walk Details

  • Date
    Sunday, October 27, 2019
  • Location
    Artesani Park
    1234 Soldiers Field Road
    Brighton, MA

    Directions
  • Schedule
    10:30 a.m. Registration/Check-in
    11:30 a.m. Walk starts
    (5K/3.1 miles)
  • Local Walk Chair
    Opportunity Available
    Interested? Contact Walk Manager
  • National Walk Manager
    Ann Rancourt
    arancourt@hearingloss.org

Get Your Hearing Screened!

Let us know that you’re taking charge by tweeting #screenURhearing! We want to see you take action for your hearing health! Visit hearing screenings for more information.

More details coming soon.

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One of the best things about the Walk4Hearing is seeing how much fun everyone is having! Use #Walk4Hearing in all your posts both before and after Walk day so we can see your creativity and enthusiasm.

Local Sponsors

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  • Akoukos
  • Bose
  • Frequency Therapeutics
  • Massachusetts Eye and Ear

Alliances

  • Acoustic Neuroma Association
  • American Hearing Impaired Hockey Association
  • Association of Adult Musicians with Hearing Loss
  • Canine Companions for Independence
  • Dogs for Better Lives
  • Ear Community
  • Lemonaids
  • Massachusetts Eye and Ear
  • Miracle-Ear Foundation
  • National CMV Foundation
  • READS Collaborative
  • The Decibels Foundation
  • Usher Syndrome Coalition