Beltone is happy to be presenting Winona Robinson with a set of free hearing aids.
She’ll be fitted for her hearing aids Friday, Aug. 5.
Robinson was awarded the hearing aids through the Beltone Foundation. She has a severe asymmetrical hearing loss that causes balance and communications issues.
Due to this extreme hearing loss, Robinson struggles to communicate with family and her physicians. Robinson is recovering from recent heart surgery and is currently undergoing treatments to ensure the success of that procedure.
Just after her surgery, Robinson’s vehicle broke down and her HVAC unit died. With her payments for medical bills, a new car, and HVAC repairs, she was unable to afford the hearing aids she desperately needed.
“We are so excited that we are able to give Ms. Robinson the help she needs to live her life to the fullest,” said Clinton hearing specialist Casey Montague.
“Beltone is committed to the hearing impaired,” said CEO Perry Ebel.
“The foundation exists to help those who otherwise would not be able to afford hearing help. We congratulate the work of our Beltone Clinton team, Casey Montague and Emily Cronin for their dedication and commitment in making this donation.” Ebel.