Her grandkids would say, “Forget it, Grandma.”

Before Charlotte Carreon got her hearing aids, her TV was so loud that the whole neighborhood could hear it. Her neighbor across the street told her, “I can hear your TV over here,” and she’d say, “Well good, because I can’t.” The worst thing, Charlotte told us,...

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A Little Bit of Inspiration

It’s a tough time. Sometimes it’s good to see some inspiration from other lands. This week we came across this song that embodies the history of Australian, told in Australian Sign Language (Auslan). So take a break from all the stressful news and enjoy! Sincerely,

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Wrong Diagnosis, and no health Insurance

Four years ago, when Elena Sabilla was living in the Philippines, she started to have trouble with her eyes. She went to a doctor, who told her she had glaucoma. “He gave me some eye drops,” she told us, “but it got worse.” Two years ago she moved to California to be closer...

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After 30 Years, He Can Finally Hear the High Notes

Every now and then, I hear a story about one of our clients that really warms my heart. Carl Kulzer is one of them. Now in his 80s, Carl had suffered with hearing loss for 30 years, but hadn’t been able to afford a hearing aid. When our outreach coordinator, Kerstin Brucki, visited his...

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