Begining Tuesday, March 31, The ALOHA Center will be closed. Governor Ducey has issued an executive order urging Arizonans to stay home except for essential business, so we are complying with this order. This temporary closure saddens us and we very much want to support our members, their families, and all those meeting the challenges of hearing loss during these challenging times. To that end, we are testing a video teleconferencing platform that seems like one viable option for holding virtual Peer Discussion Groups. If you are interested in participating in one of our test meetings, please email Pat: firstname.lastname@example.org. A few members joined us last week, and their feedback was very positive. Anyone with a PC, Mac, tablet or smart phone can join these meetings without being a techno whiz - it's a wonderful way to reconnect with your friends at ALOHA.
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The sign language class that was to begin March 18, 2020 has been postponed. ALOHA will notify participants when a new begin date has been scheduled.
The cost of the class is $50 for members and $85 for non-members for an eight week course..
If you are interested in signing up, please contact us by calling (520) 795-9887, emailing us at email@example.com or visiting the center at 4001 E. Ft. Lowell Rd.
Adults are being recruited age 18-89 years old with hearing loss who wear amplification devices with an active t-coil. The study is being conducted by, Nicole Marrone, Ph.D, CC-A, Principal Investigator
Participation involved a hearing test, listening tasks and answering self-report questionnaires.
If you are interested in participating or would like more information, please email or call:
ALOHA would like to welcome members that joined in February!
Our members enjoy email notifications of upcoming events, discounts on classes held at the center and sponsored by ALOHA.
If you are interested in becoming a member, please visit our membership page for more information!
The Adult Loss of Hearing Association Board of Directors would like to thank our February 2020 donors. Without the generosity of our members and supporters, we would be unable to provide the service and support to Southern Arizonans suffering from hearing loss.
Robert Maddox & Katherine Hirschboeck
Adult Loss of Hearing Association is an Arizona Qualified Charitable Organization (QCO #21054) who is eligible to receive cash donations from Arizona Residents. For more information about this deductible donation and how you can make this donation, please visit the DONATIONS page on our website.
If you have a personal vehicle registered in the state of Arizona, did you know you can get a Hearing Impaired Specialty license plate number? It is also available with the Disabled logo.
Visit https://azdot.gov/content/hearing-impaired-plate to find out eligibility requirements and to download required forms. It does not allow you to park in designated disabled parking spaces. You will need to continue to use your placard or include the symbol on your plate.
Join other ALOHA members for an afternoon filled with music, comedy and fun with the "Buccaneers of The Carribean"! Sunday, October 4, 2020
It's a dinner theater style venue (food order optional), set in a western themed theater with comedic, musical entertainment. The shows are one of a kind and written by local art enthusiasts.
Tickets can be purchased at the ALOHA Center. Cash or Check only during normal business hours, Tuesday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm or by appointment - call 520-795-9887. Tickets are $25 per person. General admission.
The proceeds benefit the hearing loss charities supported by SERTOMA. Each year, Adult Loss of Hearing Association is a beneficiary of the generosity of the Midtown SERTOMA Club. By purchasing tickets to see (one of the many) amazing Gaslight Theater Productions, you are directly contributing to ALOHA.
To learn more about the Gaslight Theater and it's Tucson history and shows, please feel free to visit their website at https://www.thegaslighttheatre.com/
There are many ways to financially support ALOHA and it's programs. Please visit our Donations page to find out how easy it is.
Without the generous financial support of our members and sponsors, we would be unable to provide support and education to the adults suffering from hearing loss in Tucson and Southern Arizona.
ALOHA is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(C)(3) organization and is a Qualified Charitable Organization (QCO) and is certified to accept Arizona State tax credit donations.
Our amazing team of volunteers are committed to helping others.
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Since 1984, ALOHA has been providing support for Southern Arizona adults living with hearing loss.
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Adult Loss of Hearing Association, 4001 E Fort Lowell Rd, Tucson, AZ 85712, US
10:00 am – 04:00 pm