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Joel Lance describes his excitement to hear his grandson again. What do/did you do for a living? JL: Die casting machine setup and operator for 30+ years What are your favorite hobbies/pastimes? JL: Spending time with my 2-year-old grandson, gardening, and classic cars. How and when did you begin experiencing...

Mary Cooke has loved music for as long as she can remember. But when she was a child she began losing her hearing, which took a toll on her passion and ability to communicate.

As we start the New Year, the middle of December seems like a distant memory. While most were busy preparing for the holidays, Dorethea Custer and her loved ones were celebrating early due to the arrival of a life-changing letter.

Bruises may heal, but many victims of domestic violence suffer long term damage. For Kathleen Johnson, this trauma will last her lifetime. Left permanently disabled and unable to hear the voices of her loved ones, she has now found hope for recovery through the Hearing Aid Project.

The Hearing Aid Project accepts hearing aids of any age or condition from donors across the country, but you may be wondering- where will my donated hearing aid go? Take a trip with us to follow a hearing aid’s journey from beginning to end.

In early March, Wanda Joyce Brock started the process of receiving free hearing aids from the Hearing Aid Project. Noticing the decline in her daily communications with colleagues and loved ones, she was eager to restore her hearing for those around her.

There’s no better feeling than having the sun kiss your skin or the wind blow through your hair. But for those with hearing aids, the heat of summer can quickly turn into the perfect storm.