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NASHVILLE, TN, October 13, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- After being off the road for nearly two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Nashville based 501c3 charity Songs for Sound is teaming up with Amplifon Hearing Health Care to offer communities across the U.S. an affordable and easy way to get everything they need from one provider through Songs for Sound Hear the Music Project. Amplifon Hearing Health Care makes it easy for consumers by connecting health and ancillary plans and their members with quality care, superior products and an exceptional service experience. Just like Songs for Sound, Amplifon Hearing Health Care believes everyone deserves to hear the music.
This month, the Hear the Music Project will make stops in the Dallas, Fort Worth & San Antonio area:
Tuesday, 10/5: Chateau on Wildbriar Lake 55+ Community // 1515 Hard Rock Rd Irving, TX 75061
Thursday, 10/7: Everleigh Forestwood Hearing Health Event // 11881 Inwood Rd; Dallas, TX 75244
Friday, 10/8: Everleigh Forestwood Hearing Health Event // 11881 Inwood Rd; Dallas, TX 75244
Sat-Sun, 10/9-10/10: Texas' Best-Loved Body, Mind & Spirit Wellness Expo: 2000 Civic Center Ln Waxahachie, TX 75165
Wednesday, 10/13: Del Webb at Union Park // 7600 Del Webb Blvd. Aubrey, TX 76227
Thursday, 10/14: Del Webb at Union Park // 7600 Del Webb Blvd. Aubrey, TX 76227
Friday, 10/15: Del Webb at Union Park // 7600 Del Webb Blvd. Aubrey, TX 76227
Sat, 10/16: Care2Fight After Breast Cancer Health Fair // 6901 Wichita St, Dallas, IL 76140
FULL TOUR CALENDAR WITH EVENTS ADDED DAILY, START/END TIMES
Songs for Sound was born out of a passion to help people bridge the gap between "I think I have hearing loss," to connecting them with the right services to get the help they need.
"We know it takes people of all ages 7-10 years on average to get help with hearing loss," said SFS co-director and audiologist, Miranda Weidle. "Historically, there hasn't been a positive light cast on hearing health solutions. We want to end the stigma and help people become advocates for their own hearing health journey. Our approach is focused on each person as an individual."
The organization provides free hearing screenings via a state-of-the-art DIY Otokiosk hearing screening is taken aboard its mobile experience. Then, a Care Team advocate is available to guide anyone needing support with next steps, including identifying coverage in health insurance and making a match with the right audiologist, locally.
"We serve from a place of love and compassion based on one little girl's story," said Weidle. "We are on a mission and engaging Americans into a movement to change the way the world thinks about hearing health."
Finally, the team offers programs for support for a lifetime through its Hardaway's Hope program.
"My daughter, Lexi, was misdiagnosed for nearly two years of her life. Upon her diagnosis, she was implanted bilaterally with cochlear implants and is living a normal life. However, we wandered searching for answers and had little guidance," said Jaime Vernon, Songs for Sound's founder. "So it is with that first-hand experience and love for those going through something similar to what my family did that has propelled the Songs for Sound organization to help ensure anyone with hearing loss receives the help they need to live a fulfilling life they deserve."
To learn more about her story and the mission, visit SongsForSound.org.
About Songs for Sound
Songs for Sound is a Nashville based 501c3 charity created from a compelling story that strives to protect and restore hearing to improve the lives of the 400+ million people suffering from hearing loss. Songs for Sound wants everyone to #HearTheMusic. To learn more about our story and how to donate visit SongsForSound.org.
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