Yes, yes, I own a hearing aid company…
but here’s why I am so passionate about
helping people hear better. The best
reason to restore your hearing is to be able
to share with loved ones. Imagine being on
your deathbed and not being able to hear
your grandchildren whispering goodbyes
or your wife telling you how much she
loves you. I know this may sound overlydramatic, but this is real life and it does
happen. I recently loaned a pair of hearing
aids to a granddaughter who took them
to her grandma who was on hospice,
only about 24 hours before she passed.
Drugs had wiped away her hearing. She
had become irritated because she could
not understand the doctors and nurses.
When the granddaughter returned the
loaners, she brought her sisters. All of
them thanked me profusely and reported
that as soon as their grandmother had the
hearing aids, she just totally relaxed and
was no longer frustrated and fidgety. She
was reconnected. She was able to tell
everybody goodbye. She died peacefully.

Reconnecting with family and friends
is powerful. I recently worked with a
gentleman who had become isolated. He
had severe hearing loss and had no worn
hearing aids in several years. On the day
he was to be fitted with his new hearing
devices, I had a technical issue. When I
informed him we would have to reschedule
the fitting, his shoulders just slumped in
disappointment. I asked him why. He shared
with me that he planned to attend a niece’s
wedding over the weekend. He was really
looking forward to this. He shared that he
typically he would make an exit as quickly
as possible during family gatherings. He
found it troubling, aggravating and even
embarrassing to be with family and friends
and not be able to understand, unable

to participate in conversation. Instead,
always just nodding, smiling, and faking
it. Upon hearing this, I made a couple of
phone calls and was able to get the job
done that afternoon. At the first follow up
appointment with him, my efforts were
rewarded with a wonderful summary of
his wedding appreciation. He shared with
me that he had a special relationship with
his niece, and it meant the world to him to
be able to be a part of her wedding. He
was one of the last to go home from the
reception! JOY!
On a lighter note, I will share a couple other
examples on the joys of hearing. A lady
called me the day after being fitted with
her first hearing device. She told me she
heard her cat purr. After a pause to reflect
on what she had told me, I asked how long
she had had the cat. “Nine years”, she
replied. She told me she never knew he
purred. JOY!
During another first fitting, within just a
couple of minutes of conversation with
my patient to determine if they were
programmed too loud or tinny, her husband
declared: “Wow she is talking so much
better!” Then the daughter chimed in:
“Yeah, Dad, she’s enunciating.” She was
able to hear consonants for the first time in
years and was able to immediately correct
her speech. JOY!

Another fellow was brought to tears upon
hearing birds singing for the first time in 10
years. JOY!
On average, people wait 7 years to act to
restore their hearing. Don’t do that! Don’t
procrastinate! Don’t miss another day of
sharing with loved ones! Don’t miss out on
the JOY of hearing that is waiting for you!

Special Offer


999 per hearing aid OR $28.00 per month


with approved credit





Cannot be combined with other offers. Benefits of hearing aids vary from type and degree
of hearing loss, accuracy of hearing evaluation and proper programming.

Better Health Begins with Better Hearing!

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