Who can join CHHA?
Any person who supports CHHA's objectives may become a member. This includes hard of hearing individuals and parents or guardians of a hard of hearing child or adult.
CHHA has also a Family Unit Membership which can be obtained for a household of any two persons over the age of 18 years and others of any age. The membership provides for a maximum of two votes per household; one person must be designated to receive CHHA materials.
An organizational membership is also available. Please see our membership prices page for details.
Benefits of Annual Membership
As a CHHA member, you will receive an issue of Listen/Écoute, CHHA's national magazine. This magazine will keep you up to date on hard of hearing issues.
Members of CHHA are eligible to vote at Annual Meetings on important issues to the organization, such as changes to CHHA bylaws, and the election of CHHA board representatives.
- A national voice for hard of hearing Canadians that has a resonance with any government
- Research and resources on hearing loss issues
- Educational materials available
- A national website full of up to date information
- Opportunity to build relationships with like minded individuals and the federal or provincial governments
- Opportunities to participate in training programs and workshops
- Opportunities to attend the only Canadian conference for people with hearing loss