Event Highlights


2017-05-18 3rd Annual HEARING Health Fair
2017-03-30 Hearing Aids LOVE Hearing Loops
2016-12-01 The Hidden Cost of Untreated Hearing Loss
2016-09-29 AGM and Tinnitus Meeting
2016-09-10 Nine & Dine FUNdraising Golf Tournament
2016-06-26 Cochlear Implant Meeting
2016-05-19 2nd Annual Hearing Health Fair
2016-03-31 How to get the best out of your hearing aids
2015-12-02 An evening with DJ Demers
2015-09-18 Tinnitus & AGM Meeting
2015-09-16 Nine & Dine FUNdraising Golf Tournament
2015-06-14 CI Reunion & Meeting
CHHA-Hearing Health Fair (May 6th, 2015)
March 4th, 2015 Meeting
December 3rd 2014
May, 2014 CHHA-National Conference, Toronto
May, 2014 Meeting, Craig Ellis with speaker Mark Wafer
June 2013 CI Reunion

CHHA-Hamilton hosts Sunnybrook Hospital CI Reunion.

May 2013 Fundraiser BBQ

CHHA – Hamilton held a fundraiser BBQ May 4-5 at St. Williams Nursery.

March 2013 General Meeting

McMaster medical student Peter Phua presents a new Tinnitus treatment.

September Sunnybrook CI Reunion at the Hamilton Convention Centre
September AGM featuring guest speaker Peter Stelmacovich
May General Meeting
Living with Tinnitus” presented by Dr. Larry Roberts
CHHA Christmas Meeting

CHHA had it’s annual Christmas meeting. Please click the thumbnail more to see some photos of our meeting.

CHHA Fundraising Event

CHHA Hamilton hosted a Fundraising Event. Click the thumbnail to view some photos of the event.

Kris Martin at Holbrook School

Race Car Driver and CHHA Member Kris Martin visited Holbrook School in Hamilton and spoke with students. They all got to try on his racing helmet ask questions to Kris. 3 of the 30 students were hearing impaired and this gave the student a better understanding about hearing loss.

CHHA Health Fair

CHHA hosted a Health Fair. Click the thumbnail to view the pictures.

Kris Martin at Holbrook School

Race Car Driver and CHHA Member Kris Martin visited Holbrook School in Hamilton and spoke with students. They all got to try on his racing helmet ask questions to Kris. 3 of the 30 students were hearing impaired and this gave the student a better understanding about hearing loss.