BEA Social – February 27, 2010

Many of you know that I wear cochlear implants and I am also a mentor for the Bionic Ear Association (BEA). My role and responsibilities are to help others navigate the world of cochlear implants from choosing them to living with them. We are currently in the process of forming social gatherings around the country. Below is the one for my geographical area…

AB recipients and those considering cochlear implants are invited to attend the inaugural Western New York BEA chapter meeting.

  • Where can you meet other cochlear implant recipients who’ve walked in your shoes?
  • Where can you get one-on-one support for your journey to hearing?
  • Where can you connect with the BEA and make new friends?

At a Bionic Ear Association meeting, that’s where!

The BEA’s mission is to improve the quality of life of individuals with severe-to-profound hearing loss by providing valuable information, education, awareness, and guidance on cochlear implants. The BEA wants to help you Hear and Be Heard.

Saturday, February 27, 2010
1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Richmond Memorial Library
Gallery Room
19 Ross Street • Batavia, NY 14020

Sam Spritzer, BEA Mentor

Light refreshments will be served.

For additional 2010 dates and details, please contact Sam Spritzer at or Julie Welch at

If you are unable to attend but would like more information on cochlear implants or the BEA, contact us at