By Carrie Johnson

The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) 2022 Convention is back in-person in beautiful Tampa, Florida from June 23-25, 2022! During the HLAA 2022 Convention, meet with all the exhibitors in our exhibit hall, which is free and open to the public. We have a riveting opening session, more than 30 workshops to attend, demo presentations, social events, a symposium presented by top researchers in the field–and more! Learn more at:

This year the exhibit hall, workshops, demo presentations, plenary sessions, social events, and Research Symposium will all be held under one roof at the brand-new JW Marriott Tampa Water Street, the HLAA said on its website. When you aren’t learning and networking at the most communication accessible convention for people with hearing loss, activities include Tampa’s new Sparkman Wharf area or cruise down the local Riverwalk. You can book a stay at JW Marriott Tampa via the HLAA website here.

A list of the HLAA 2022 Convention’s scheduled events can be accessed here. However, times are subject to change, so HLAA advises you consult the final HLAA2022 Convention Program and Exhibit Guide that will be in your Registration Bag. 

Registration is now open. The early bird registration discount ends on March 4, 2022. Register today at:

Every HLAA Convention offers a lineup of educational workshops geared toward people with hearing loss. We welcome you to submit a proposal to present at a workshop during HLAA 2022. The deadline for proposals is Friday, January 28, 2022. Learn more at:

We look forward to seeing you in Tampa!

Questions about the HLAA Convention? Email Amanda Watson at: [email protected].

Want to Showcase Your Company at the HLAA Convention? For exhibitor information, email Jeryl Parade at: [email protected]

For information on sponsorship opportunities, email Marilyn DiGiacobbe at: [email protected].

Author information: Carrie Johnson is the senior communications manager at the Hearing Loss Association of America and can be reached at [email protected].

Source: HLAA, Carrie Johnson

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