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Estes Audiology and SERTOMA Club Windcrest Celebrate Better Hearing and Speech Month with Hearing Aid Roundup
Date:5/1/2010

Estes Audiology and the SERTOMA Club Windcrest Will Collect Donated Hearing Aids on May 18th during Hearing Aid Roundup

New Braunfels, TX (Vocus) April 30, 2010 -- Estes Audiology and the Windcrest SERTOMA Club (San Antonio) invite all to round up their used hearing aids and mosey on down to the Hearing Aid Roundup at Estes Audiology in New Braunfels on Tuesday, May 18, 2010 between 2:00-4:00. The Roundup will celebrate Better Speech and Hearing Month by asking residents in New Braunfels, San Antonio and the surrounding communities to donate their used hearing aids.

Hearing aids donated to SERTOMA will be given to and refurbished by the UT-Austin Speech and Hearing Clinic, where the clinicians and audiology doctoral students will fit and make them available to those who would otherwise be unable to afford them.

“Each day, millions of Americans’ livelihoods, relationships and quality of living suffer due to hearing loss. With each donation, another person will have the chance to hear life again,” said Soriya Estes, AuD, owner and founder of Estes Audiology. “Many thanks to the Windcrest SERTOMA Club for helping us with this drive.”

“We are proud to team with Estes Audiology to promote hearing health. Our local SERTOMA club is dedicated to promoting awareness and prevention of noise-induced hearing loss,” added Bob Patton, President of the Windcrest SERTOMA Club. “We’re hoping many will come to the event for information on how to prevent hearing loss or to donate used hearing aids so that those, who are in need, can be helped.”

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