Nashville, TN (PRWEB) December 22, 2012
Audiology Associates & Hearing Aids Today, the company known for providing hearing aids recently implemented a recycling program to reduce battery waste. The company wants to keep Nashville and the surrounding communities clean for its residents and wants to give its customers an easy way to recycle their used hearing aid batteries.
The new recycling program is an excellent opportunity for a hassle-free and environmentally friendly way to dispose of used batteries. Clients can simply save their used batteries in a small container and bring them with in to their next appointment, or drop them off when they’re in the area. The staff at Audiology Associates & Hearing Aids Today will then recycle the batteries.
Jina Scherer, Doctor of Audiology at Audiology Associates & Hearing Aids Today, received her Doctor of Audiology degree from Central Michigan University. She completed her undergraduate studies in Audiology and Speech Sciences at Michigan State University. Dr. Scherer completed her residency year at Michigan Ear Institute in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Dr. Scherer is a past-president of the National Association of Future Doctors of Audiology (NAFDA) and is a board member of Audiology On-line and Healthy Hearing and the Ear Foundation. She is a licensed Audiologist in the state of Tennessee, and holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A). She is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology (FAAA).
About Audiology Associates & Hearing Aids Today:
The goal at Audiology Associates & Hearing Aids Today is to provide its clients with the best possible hearing care, based upon their individual needs. The staff provides a comprehensive array of services related to evaluation, rehabilitation and prevention of hearing impairment. These services include comprehensive hearing evaluations, specialized diagnostic testing, and industrial hearing screenings. Choosing a hearing professional is one of the most important decisions a hearing impaired person can make. Since a hearing aid cannot be prescribed like eye glasses, a proper hearing aid recommendation and fitting is highly dependent on the judgment and skill of the professional selecting the instrument. The staff tests new patient’s hearing, selects and dispenses the hearing instrument to best meet their needs, provides support and counseling in addition to servicing the hearing system.
Dr. Jina Scherer
Audiology Associates & Hearing Aids Today
99 White Bridge Rd , Ste 106
Nashville, TN 37205
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