Who We Are

HEAR! HERE! is your local chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America [HLAA] serving Woodland, Davis and Yolo County. We offer informational programs throughout the year that are open to all. See this blog for times and dates of upcoming events.


Our e-mail address is: hearherewoodland@gmail.com

Recommended Reading for Children with Hearing Loss

Young People's Books

Having Hearing Aids-Peter Augustine
HearBear Discovers a World of Sound-David R. Sawyer
Otto Hears All About It-Melda Wales
Moses Goes to the Circus-Issac Millman
Moses Goes to a Concert-Issac Millman
Moses Sees A Play-Issac Millman
Moses Goes to School-Issac Millman
Herbie Hears The Horn-The Journey of a Young Deaf Child from Silence to Sound-Susan Chorost with Susan Stock
I'm The Boss Of My Hearing Loss-Amy Kroll M.S., CCC-A
Daisy and the Girl Scouts: The Story of Juliette Gordon Low-Fern Brown
Jordon Has a Hearing Loss (Like Me Like You Series)-Jillian Powell
Elana's Ears, or How I Became the Best Big Sister in the World-Gloria Roth Lowell and Karen Stomer Brooks
Sopie Tales-Learning to Listen-Melanie Paticoff
Sunny and her Cochlear Implants-Susanna Dussling

Teen Books

The Story of Helen Keller-Lorena A. Hickok
Deaf Children Crossing-Marlee Matlin
Nobody's Perfect-Marlee Matlin and Doug Cooney
Leading Ladies-Marlee Matlin and Doug Cooney
The Orange Houses-Paul Griffin
The Ocean Inside: Youth Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing-Autumn Libal, Laurie Glader

Parent Books

Reflections from a Different Journey: What Adults with Disabilities Wish All Parents Knew-Stanley Klein and John Kemp
Alone In The Mainstream-A Deaf Woman Remembers Public School-Gina A. Oliva
Deaf Like Me-Thomas S.Spradley and James P. Spradley
Listen With the Heart-Relationships and Hearing Loss-Michael A. Harvey
Emotional Intelligence-Why It Can Matter More Than IQ-Daniel Goleman
Loss For Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family-Lou Ann Walker

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