Kimper resident receives help from Beltone


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PIKEVILLE – A Kimper resident, who suffers from significant hearing loss, recently received a pair of Beltone Hearing aids at no charge from the Beltone office in Pikeville.

Thirty-six-year-old Heather Bryant, who said her hearing loss not only hindered her from obtaining employment but also from feeling safe in the comfort of her own home, applied for the hearing aids through the Beltone Hearing Care Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization that donates hearing instruments to those in need of hearing help who may otherwise be unable to access it.

“Most people don’t realize what life is like when you can’t hear the way you should,” said Brad Ferguson, the Beltone Hearing Care Practitioner at the Pikeville office. “To see the impact our hearing aids have made in her life has been great.”

By combining the newest technology and superior care, Beltone has helped enrich the quality of life for countless hearing impaired individual across the country and around the world.

Beltone is currently offering hearing tests at no charge for anyone who has trouble hearing or understanding conversations. To schedule a hearing evaluation at the Pikeville office, call (606) 432-8060 or stop by the office at 77 Weddingon Branch Road.

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