A big welcome to the newest members of the Hear Here Alabama team. We’re beginning to hire new members, both community health workers and audiologists. Recently, we made a trip to Livingston, AL to get some photos of Ms. Johnnie Sanders, our Community Health Coordinator, and two Community Health Advisors, Ms. Debra Clark and Ms. Loretta Henderson. Really excited to have them part of the project and really looking forward to have them work with us. Ms. Johnnie Sanders, […]
Over the past couple of months we’ve enrolled more research study participants who have helped us understand the association between hearing loss and social interaction in communities without access to hearing health care. A few weeks ago we had a great trip to Livingston and saw lots of people there. We were so busy that we didn’t even have a chance to get a photo until our drive on the way back to Tuscaloosa – see below. Note that we […]
Even though it doesn’t feel like spring out there, rest assured that the warmer weather will come and the truck will be out in it! Here are the testing dates for this semester: Friday January 26, 1:00 – 3:30 pm, Gorgas Library on campus Friday February 2, 10 am – 2 pm, Theo Ratliff Activity Center, Demopolis Friday February 23, 10:30 am – 2 pm, Wilcox Public Health Department, Camden Friday March 2, 10 am – 2 pm, Perry Public […]
You will see us out and about on the following dates/places: Friday September 15, 2017: Speech and Hearing Center in Tuscaloosa Wednesday September 20, 2017: Focus on Seniors Health Fair in Tuscaloosa Friday September 22, 2017: Theo Ratliff Activity Center in Demopolis Friday September 29, 2017: Wilcox County Public Health Department in Camden Wednesday October 4, 2017: UA Employee Health and Wellness Fair in Tuscaloosa Friday October 6, 2017: Perry County Public Health Department in Marion Friday October 13, 2017: […]
We will be heading out to a few places this summer. Our first stop will be at Papa’s Foods on Friday June 16 from 10am to 2pm On Friday June 23 we will be in Selma at the Dallas County Public Health Department from 10 am to 2 pm On Friday July 7 we will be in Livingston at the Sumter County Public Health Department from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm On Friday July 14 we will be in Marion […]
On Friday January 20th we tested participants in the cute town of Livingston, AL. Beth Sims (left) and Anna Claire Bailey (right) were a big help with the testing. Our undergraduate students have been instrumental with the project and we couldn’t do what we do without them. Oh, and on the way out of Livingston we stopped at the Taste of Home Bakery and got ourselves some very tasty treats!
We have our schedule set for the Spring 2017 semester. If you are interested in participating in the research just email us or give us a call and we’ll get an appointment for you.