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Cruise Ship Observations by Lou Touchette

October 31, 2013 in Community News, Transportation

From Arizona Daily Star, 10/28/2013
About Lou Touchette

Lou Touchette is an active member of the Adult Loss of Hearing Association (ALOHA). For the past four years he has spearheaded a program called “Let’s Loop Tucson.” In this capacity he has been working with 350 local churches, the Tucson Airport, local businesses, libraries and individuals to install and promote “Looping.” He teaches loop installation classes, does presentations in the community and across the country, co-hosts monthly hearing loss meetings in Green Valley, writes articles and is always available to do looping demonstrations whenever/wherever needed. He has been on both radio and TV and often appears in local and national newspaper articles. As a hard of hearing person, he is dedicated to making life better for others like himself. He has both a hearing aid and a cochlear implant to enable him to hear. Here are his observations:

Having cruised on both Oceania and Holland America I can share my own experiences as a hard of hearing person.

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