Chapter Meetings are held in the Parish Hall at St. Paul's Episcopal Church 25 Westminster Rd.(at East Ave. accross from the George Eastman House), Rochester, NY 14607. Please enter only from the door on Westminster Rd.
Weather Note: Meetings are cancelled when:

1. Monroe County issues a ban on unnecessary travel; and/or:

2. The Rochester City School District closes and/or cancels afternoon activities; and/or:
3. The wind chill is at / or below -20 degrees. 

Chapter Meetings-​​
General Information

All meetings are free, accessible, and open to the public. 

Tuesday, December 3, 10:00am--Vestry room

HOPE (Hearing Other People's Experiences)
With Joe Kozelsky, MS, CCC/A retired

Prospective, new or long-time hearing aid users share their experiences, questions and hearing loss journeys in an informal round table discussion facilitated by retired audiologist and hearing aid user, Joe Kozelsky.


Tuesday, December 3: 11am-1pm Daytime Chapter Meeting: 
Speaker begins at noon in the Parish Hall
Beethoven effect: A Musician’s Journey with Hearing Loss
with Gaelen McCormick

Next Chapter/ Cochlear Implant Meetings​​

Tuesday, December 3:  7-9pm Evening Chapter Meeting: 
Speaker begins at 8pm. in the Parish Hall

First Responders: Police and Hard-of-Hearing Citizens with Michael Murphy, RPD
Memorial Art Gallery
500 University Ave., Rochester NY 14607 (585) 276-8900, (585)

November 7, 2019-February 16, 2020 

De’VIA exhibition
The Memorial Art Gallery will host " De’VIA: The Manifesto Comes of Age" 

Lecture: Thursday, November 14, 2019 | 7 pm
Brenda Schertz, Senior Lecturer, Linguistics Department, Cornell University
Delivered in American Sign Language (ASL) and interpreted in spoken English, and simultaneously accessible via live captioning (Communication Access Real-time Translation/CART). Included in museum admission.

February 9th at the JCC  A Matinee Captioned Show!

Assistive Device Demonstration Center

The Rochester Chapter's Assistive Listening Demonstration Center is open the third Thursday of the month September through June.

 10:00 AM-2:00 PM at Lifespan 1900 S. Clinton Avenue, Rochester, 14618
The Demonstration Center provides hands on experience with a variety of Assistive Listening and Alerting/Signaling Devices. Chapter volunteers provide helpful information and guidance.



The Young Adults Board of the Rochester Chapter HLAA

Are you ready to graduate high school, of college age or young adult and would like to Meet and enjoy the company of others your age who have hearing loss?

The Young Adult Board of HLAA-Rochester works to
serve as a means to unite and support students and younger people who have hearing loss. Our Young Adult Board welcomes upper high-school, college-age and younger people out in the work force who are deaf and/or HOH to participate.

Those in the same age group who are interested and involved in serving those with hearing loss are welcome as well. Contact Us to find out more!