Design Studio: Membership Brochure

28 02 2010

Client: Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA)
Specs:
8-panel brochure, flat size: 9×16 folds to 4×9; 4-color
Photos
© Cindy Dyer
Status:
Off to print!

From the brochure…
• 36 million people, approximately 17 percent of adults in the United States, have a hearing loss.
• 60 percent of people with hearing loss are between the ages of 21 and 65.
• More than 20 million Americans have hearing loss from noise.
• More than 59,000 military are on disability status for hearing loss from current conflicts.

If you have a hearing loss or know someone who does, consider joining the HLAA. Individual memberships are just $35 per year for the U.S.; $45 for Canada and Mexico. As a member, you’ll receive the informative bimonthly magazine that I design and produce! Click here to learn more.

Want to be featured in Hearing Loss Magazine? If you have a story to tell about yourself or someone else with hearing loss, we’d love to hear from you! Check out the author guidelines on the link here.

HLAA prints articles and information pieces that discuss anything related to hearing loss. Our goal is to educate readers in all aspects of hearing loss, so that they, in turn, can make choices about how they will live their lives as hard of hearing persons. Feature editorial in each issue covers technology, cochlear implants, legislation, HLAA issues (including but not limited to, board of trustees issues, state organizations and chapters, fundraising), medical, psychosocial topics and personal stories.

© Cindy Dyer. All rights reserved.



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