Adult Loss of Hearing Association -

We Do a Lot For People With Hearing loss!



Reminder!!  Our Open-House Celebration of Loretta’s life is tomorrow, December 3rd.

We hope you will be able to stop by ALOHA between 11:30 and 2:30 pm to share your memories of Loretta.

Third Tuesday Seminar guest speaker Karl Hallsten

Join us at ALOHA on Tuesday, November 15th  for our Third Tuesday Seminar, “A Consumer Perspective on Buying a Hearing Aid” presented by Karl Hallsten, MSW.   Wondering if you need a hearing aid?  Just starting to research which one is best for you?  ALOHA is a great place to start!  This presentation offers information on hearing aids, the complex distribution system, and what features are important all to assist you in making a better decisions when getting help for your hearing. 

Karl Hallsten, MSW, is currently a bi-lateral Cochlear Implant recipient who has over 45 years of experience as a user of hearing aids and assistive listening devices.  He currently serves as President of the Adult Loss of Hearing Association.

This seminar will be held at ALOHA on Tuesday, November 15th from 1:00 – 2:00 pm.  (4001 E. Fort Lowell)  We hope to see you there!

Sierra VistAbility Day is this Saturday!!


Sierra VistAbility Day

Saturday, October 22 from 10 am – 2 pm

At 2:30, there will be a special showing of the documentary Right Footed. (Contact Karl Hallsten at for more information.)


Presented by The City of Sierra Vista Commission on Disability Issues and the Army Community Service Exceptional Family Member Program

Make life better for everyone by participating in this informative, educational, and enlightening event that showcases local government agencies, medical facilities, rehabilitation centers, support groups, non-profit organizations, and vendors that aid Sierra Vistans (including military families) in achieving full and exciting independent living.

For more information contact Jeff Pregler at (520)439-2203 or email jeff.pregler@sierravistaaz.

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