Hear for the Holidays 2023: Giving the Gift of Hearing

Hear for the Holidays 2023: Giving the Gift of Hearing

by | Nov 16, 2023 | Hear For The Holidays, Patient Resources

The holiday season is synonymous with warmth, laughter, and the cherished company of loved ones. It’s a time for heartfelt conversations and the sharing of stories around the dinner table.

Yet for those experiencing hearing loss, this festive time can feel less joyous and more isolating. With recent statistics suggesting that one in eight people are impacted by hearing loss, the chances are high that someone at your holiday gathering will struggle to engage in the festive cheer fully.

In the spirit of giving and community, we are thrilled to announce the return of “Hear for the Holidays” for 2023. This initiative is more than a just a giveaway; it’s an opportunity to profoundly change someone’s life by gifting them the joy of better hearing.

Our Mission for the Season

Hearing & Balance Clinics have always been driven by a commitment to our community’s health and well-being. We understand that hearing connects us to the world and that everyone deserves the chance to experience life’s moments in full clarity.

Our Hear for the Holidays initiative is an extension of this commitment, designed to provide someone deserving with a premium pair of prescription hearing aids and the comprehensive hearing care that accompanies them.

Why This Matters

The holidays are a reminder of the importance of connection and the value of every conversation. It’s why we’ve woven the fabric of our community’s needs into the heart of what we do.

We believe in giving back, and through our Hear for the Holidays event we aim to empower individuals who might otherwise forgo necessary hearing treatment due to financial constraints or personal sacrifice.

Everyone should have the chance to hear their grandchild’s laughter, the crackling of the fireplace, and the soft hum of holiday music.

Nominate a Deserving Recipient

Do you know someone who embodies the spirit of giving? Someone who always puts others before themself? Maybe they’re the cornerstone of your family gatherings, or perhaps they’re a community member who goes above and beyond.

Whoever they may be, this is your chance to give back to them. Nominating them for the Hear for the Holidays giveaway could provide them with the ultimate gift: the gift of hearing.

Nominating is simple, but the impact is profound. Visit our nomination page at Hearing & Balance Clinic Nomination Page and fill out the form with as much detail as possible.

Tell us their story, highlight their contributions, and help us understand why they deserve to win this life-changing prize.

Detailed Nominations Make a Difference

The success of your nomination hinges on the details. Share specific instances that showcase the nominee’s character, their need for hearing support, and how this gift could enhance their life.

Remember, it’s the intricacies of their story that will bring their nomination to life.

Mark Your Calendars

Nominations for Hear for the Holidays are open now but will be closing on November 30, 2023. After nominations have been carefully reviewed, the winner will be selected and announced shortly thereafter.

The chosen nominee will be invited for a comprehensive hearing assessment and fitted with new hearing aids, ensuring they experience the festive joy they deserve.

A Season to Remember

Let’s unite to make this holiday season memorable for someone special in our community.

Whether it’s for the silent hero in the background or someone who’s touched your life, your nomination has the power to make a world of difference.

Good luck, and may this season bring the gift of hearing to a deserving recipient.

Happy holidays and happy hearing from Hearing & Balance Clinic!

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G’Anne Thomas Au. D.

Au.D. - Owner, Doctor of Audiology Dr. Thomas, a 30-year veteran in the field of Audiology, and has been serving the Northeast Georgia communities since 1988. She received her undergraduate degree in Speech Pathology and her graduate degree in Audiology from University of Montevallo in Montevallo, Alabama near her hometown of Birmingham. She received her doctorate in audiology from Arizona School of Health Sciences in 2000. She worked closely with Ear Nose and Throat physicians in private settings and hospitals prior to opening her own practice in 2003. Dr. Thomas is licensed in the state of Georgia and was a founding member of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA). She holds memberships in the Georgia Academy of Audiology (GAA) and Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA). She is certified by the Tinnitus Practitioners Association (TPA) and is certified as a Center of Specialty Care with American Institute of Balance (AIB). Dr. Thomas lives in Watkinsville, GA with her husband. She has two grown children; the youngest serves in the United States Air Force. Outside of audiology, Dr. Thomas loves to travel and spend time with her grandchildren. She is also an accomplished fused glass artist.