During World War II, when my wife Gretel was a young girl in Germany, she suffered from a serious infection that resulted in complete loss of hearing in her right ear. I met her in 1960, when I was an American GI stationed in her hometown, and we married. Since the day I met her she was only able to hear from her left ear. Then, about thirty years ago, she suffered a ruptured ear drum in her other ear that left her completely deaf. We were devastated. Fortunately, doctors were able to surgically repair it. For a time she could hear again with her left ear. However, after nearly fifty years of marriage, her hearing once again began to fail.
A short time ago, I read an article in the Maine Legionnaire magazine about the Amplifon program. I sent an email to an Amplifon representative and explained the situation. He referred us to a Patient Care Advocate who subsequently referred us to Village Hearing, in North Windham, Maine. We are extremely happy with the hearing solutions, service and care that we have received. Our costs have been well within our budget. We highly recommend both Amplifon and Village Hearing to anyone with hearing loss.
Peter and Gretel
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