Thank You to everyone who participated and see you all next year!

New England Walk4Hearing Online Celebration

New England Walk4Hearing Online Celebration

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2020 New England Walk pix - team photo
  • 2020-Frequency-Fuxin-Shi-web.jpg Honorary Business Chair
    Dr. Fuxin Shi
    Senior Director of Pharmacology at Frequency Therapeutics

    “Earlier in my career, I trained as an ear, nose and throat doctor. I often felt helpless when my patients asked for medicine to improve their hearing as there was nothing I could do for them. This experience inspired me to become a hearing scientist, and today at Frequency Therapeutics we are working to develop potential therapeutics that aim to restore hearing. It is amazing to have this opportunity to potentially address this critical patient need and we are thrilled to support HLAA and all of the work they do for those with hearing loss.”

Walk Details

  • Date
    Sunday, October 25, 2020
  • Location
    Online Celebration
  • Schedule
    9:45 a.m. (ET) Sign on begins
    10:00 a.m. (ET) Online program begins
  • Local Walk Chair
    Opportunity Available
    Interested? Contact Walk Manager
  • National Walk Manager
    Ann Rancourt
    arancourt@hearingloss.org

 

Local Sponsors

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Alliances

  • Acoustic Neuroma Association
  • American Hearing Impaired Hockey Association
  • Association of Adult Musicians with Hearing Loss
  • Ava's Voice
  • Canine Companions for Independence
  • Dogs for Better Lives
  • Ear Community
  • Global Alliance of Speech-to-Text Captioning
  • Global Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss
  • Hearing Health Foundation
  • HearStrong Foundation
  • Lemonaids
  • Miracle-Ear Foundation
  • National CMV Foundation
  • READS Collaborative
  • Thayer Lindsley Family Centered Program
  • The CARE Project
  • The Decibels Foundation
  • Usher Syndrome Coalition