WE seek to enable individuals with hearing loss to overcome challenges and to participate in a mainstream, enlightened society through information, advocacy, and support.
TO empower teens and young adults to overcome their everyday life challenges associated with hearing loss. We aim to do this using a mentor model. Mentors participating in our chapter are all successful, hearing impaired adults who freely share their experience to provide hope, inspiration, and support to our young members. With support of dedicated mentors, as well as Teachers of the Hearing Impaired, our Chapter strives to help our youth move toward acceptance of their hearing loss and find strategies to manage it in everyday life situations.