Future HLAA Albany Events:
Saturday, June 3, 2017, 2:00 PM, William K Sanford Town Library, 629 Albany — Shaker Road Colonie, NY — Mark your calendars for an afternoon with Katherine Bouton, author of Shouting Won’t Help: Why I — and 50 Million Other Americans — Can’t Hear You.
Katherine Bouton is a writer, journalist and popular speaker whose 40-year career included 22 years as an editor at the New York Times as well as writing for many other publications. She will present “How I Lost My Hearing and Found My Life Again:My Journey From Denial to Activism”. She serves on the board of trustees of the national HLAA and is President of the New York City chapter. With a 40 year history of progressive bilateral hearing loss and the use of both a hearing aid and cochlear implant, she will share valuable insights from her experiences.
Her memoir Shouting Won’t Help is now available at The Book House of Stuyvesant Plaza, Western Avenue, Albany, with a 20% discount for those who identify themselves as HLAA members. She will sign your copy on June 3rd. Her book Living Better with Hearing Loss: A Guide to Health, Happiness, Love, Sex, Work, Friends….and Hearing Aids, can be ordered online. Her blog is located at https://Katherinebouton.com or through AARP. See you there!
Read the Times Union story about this event!