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Equitable Communication Access for People with Hearing Loss Workshop

With Monique Hammond, Registered Pharmacist

1/4/2023 1:11:10 PM

Graphic of two people fitting puzzle pieces together, with MNCDHH's logo and the workshop title,

This presentation explores some of the ongoing access issues for those with hearing loss, especially people who describe themselves as hard-of-hearing. As hearing aids and cochlear implants are often not enough, it will also touch on the ever-changing domain of present and future Assistive Listening Technology. Questions and discussion at the end of the presentation.

Presented by Monique Hammond, registered pharmacist. 

About Monique: Monique Hammond graduated with High Distinction from the University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy. A sudden hearing loss became a life-changer. It marked the beginning of her struggles with communication and tinnitus issues.

Monique is a public speaker, hearing loss advocate, community educator and industry safety consultant. She is the Vice President of Loop Minnesota. She is Past President of HLAA TC and has served 2 terms as an MNCDHH Board Member. Her mission is to keep people hearing better and longer. Visit her website at

Facilitated by Keenan Gao.


Wednesday, January 18, 2023, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.


ASL interpreters and CART provided. For additional accommodations, please email by Friday, January 13, 2023.


Register to attend (or just show up a few minutes before the webinar begins).

Calling in via phone is an option if preferred. Please register to attend. After registering, you will receive a confirmation via email. The confirmation will include information on how to call in by phone.

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