The HLAA Chicago North Shore Chapter has engaged in advocacy to “Loop” churches, synagogues, libraries, and public buildings in the north and northwest suburbs. “Looping” involves the transmission of sound from a microphone through an electromagnetic installation around the perimeter of a room that will allow an individual with a hearing aid that has a telecoil (T-coil) to hear the sound directly in his or her hearing aid.


Current Looping successes by the members of the Chicago North Shore Chapter include the following:

Winnetka Congregational Church                           Our Lady of Perpetual Help - Glenview

Saints Faith, Hope and Charity - Winnetka            Trinity Lutheran Church – Evanston

Wilmette Library                                                         Village of Riverwoods Village Hall

Winnetka Library                                                         Glenview Public Library

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