GLOUCESTER - Beauport Hearing Care takes center stage for a third time in an international hearing healthcare journal. The International Hearing Society's current issue of The Hearing Professional published an interview with Judi Hodge Bergeron, BC-HIS, CDP. Moreover, the article highlights Beauport Hearing Care's introduction of cannabidiol (CBD) products in their holistic approach. Bergeron explained, "We provide much more than hearing aids to support better hearing and communication wellness." Order our all natural organic CBD products on-line with free delivery. Read more.
UPDATE: We sent 65 donated hearing aids to the Starkey Hearing Foundation as a result of this drive.
thanks to all that donated and helped!
GLOUCESTER – Beauport Hearing Care of Magnolia is celebrating Better Hearing Month this May by collecting “Orphaned Hearing Aids” that are no longer needed and donating them to the Starkey Hearing Foundation.
Judi Hodge Bergeron, board certified hearing specialist and owner at Beauport Hearing Care, said, “We are excited to join with community partners to collect ‘Orphaned Hearing Aids’ all around Cape Ann. Donated hearing aids will bring the precious gift of hearing to people that cannot afford them.”
Beginning May 1st, look for the blue Orphaned Hearing Aid collection boxes at the locations listed below. Donors that share their name and address on the donation envelope will receive a letter of thanks.
Hearing aid donations will help people locally and around the world. Beauport Hearing Care established a partnership with the Starkey Hearing Foundation a few years ago by providing free hearing aids to impacted survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing. More recently Beauport Hearing Care helped the Holy Family Mission obtain free hearing aids through a Starkey Hearing Foundation partner in Santiago, Dominican Republic. Click here to read more.
Orphaned Hearing Aid Collection Locations
Beginning May 1st: Look for our blue collection boxes at these partner locations:
- Aberdeen Home Care, 8 Cherry St, Danvers, MA 01923
- Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce, 33 Commercial Street, Gloucester, MA 01930
- Cape Ann Veterans Services, 12 Emerson Ave, Gloucester, MA 01930
- Cape Ann YMCA, 71 Middle St, Gloucester, MA 01930
- Rose Baker Senior Center, 6 Manuel F Lewis St, Gloucester, MA 01930
- St. John’s Episcopal Church, 48 Middle Street, Gloucester
- Rockport Senior Center, 58 Broadway, Rockport, MA 01966
- Manchester Council on Aging, Town Hall, 10 Central St, Manchester, MA 01944
- Salem Council on Aging, 401 Bridge St, Salem, MA 01970
- Second Glance, 2 Pond Rd # 1, Gloucester, MA 01930
- SeniorCare, 100 Cummings Center, Suite 106H, Beverly, MA 01915
- Office of Senator Bruce Tarr, Statehouse, 24 Beacon Street, Room 308, Boston, MA 02133
- Beauport Hearing Care, 8 Lexington Ave, Magnolia, MA 01930
Starkey Hearing Foundation, in partnership with Beauport Hearing Care of Gloucester, Massachusetts, has given back the gift of hearing to 15 survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing. More than four years after the attack, Beauport Hearing Care learned of survivors with hearing loss from the explosion who had still not obtained treatment and approached Starkey Hearing Foundation to partner in helping these deserving people who could not otherwise afford hearing aids. Click here to read the Foundation press release.
Judi Hodge Bergeron board certified in hearing instrument sciences and a licensed hearing aid specialist at Beauport Hearing Care in Gloucester, MA, was honored during the 66th Annual IHS Convention and Expo on September 16, 2017 as part of the Society’s all-star recognition program. The IHS Board of Governors escorted Ms. Bergeron into the gala celebration. The Gala took place in Atlanta. Click here to read the full IHS press release.
Beauport Hearing was recently featured in the International Hearing Society’s quarterly magazine, The Hearing Professional. The article cites plenty of specifics concerning Beauport Hearing’s different approach. Hearing specialist and co-owner, Judi Hodge Bergeron said, “The most important difference is how we emphasize aural rehabilitation rather than hearing aids.” She continued, “Many patients tell us they tried hearing aids more than once before. But no one was ever able to deliver the kind of hearing success they obtained from our clinic.”
The Hearing Professional keeps licensed members of the International Hearing Society (IHS) informed of innovations in hearing technology and improved patient services.
Beauport Hearing sponsored a town hall with veterans about their hearing health care. Veterans are requesting local hearing aid services. Click here to view the video of the meeting. See our Hearing Partnership blog to read all about this meeting and related news by clicking here: Veterans Ask Public Officials for Local Hearing Care Services.
Here is a video of Judi opening her Board letter: