We are so thrilled that the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) 2023 Convention is June 29 – July 1 in New Orleans. What's more, this year’s Research Symposium is titled Joy of Music/Loving Your Ears and they are offering our NOMC community a discounted fee of $20 to attend! Isn't that an especially fitting topic for New Orleans, where music is such a critical part of our fabric of the city? We are particularly delighted that several of our NOMAF Safe Sounds advisors will be featured presenters: Dr. Marshall Chasin, Wendy Cheng, Dr. Michael Santucci and Karen Chan Barrett who will all talk about different components of music and hearing loss. It will be held at the Marriott located on Canal St in the French Quarter. Register now, to reserve your spot. Click the drop-down arrow and make sure they’re registering for the symposium only. That will ensure that the cost for registration is only $20. It will automatically generate.
Join us on October 27th, 2023, from 12 pm to 2 pm for an empowering event, a collaborative effort between the NAACP and the New Orleans Musician Clinic, sponsored by the Gilead Towards Health Equity Oncology Grant. Our mission is to raise breast cancer awareness and empower the men and women of color in our community. We’ll provide valuable information, financial resources, and encouragement. Participating organizations include NOEH, the New Orleans Musician Clinic, and several others. The event features speakers, organization presentations, and an opportunity to gather information. Let’s come together to make a difference in breast cancer equity. Your participation and support are essential.
14th Annual NAMIWalks New Orleans promoting mental health awareness, social engagement, and support. NAMI New Orleans, the local affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, offers hope, help, and healing to people with mental illness – and to those who share their lives – through family support, education and advocacy, and quality psychosocial services. Our work helps individuals live with dignity and independence within the community, enriching all of our lives.
The New Orleans Musicians Clinic, sponsored by Gilead Towards Health Equity Grant, presents a collaborative summit scheduled at LSU Health Science Center on November 11th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This collaborative event will focus on local breast cancer awareness through a health equity lens and will include participation from SUNO, Dillard, Xavier, Tulane, and LSU Universities. This gathering aims to explore breast cancer awareness and health equity, fostering vital discussions and initiatives.