Funeral Home offered FM Hearing System for Hearing Impaired Attendees
Diane McCombs was only sixty-two when cancer took her life and left Tom, her husband, profoundly hard of hearing. He is a member of the local chapter of Hearing Loss Association of America.
I dread attending funerals because I can’t hear. Hamilton Funeral Home in Hixson,TN purchased the Williams Sound FM hearing system some time ago. They became the first hearing accessible funeral home.
A large number of seniors, who have hearing loss would come to this funeral.
Two things about this funeral…
One: a number of hard of hearing will attend this funeral because of their affiliation with the Hearing Loss Association of America. Older folks, hard of hearing and related to the deceased will come.
Two: the funeral home had only three hearing units available for public use.
Knowing this, I brought my personal Williams Sound FM hearing system of twenty-four units to help the situation. In the beautiful lobby, I established a temporary hearing center for public use.
Let My People Hear is open to let vendors and churches try out the system free. The baby boomer group now coming on the scene with one out of every five hard of hearing. People with hearing loss need assistance to hear in clearly meetings. This system is in compliance with the American Disabilities Act of 1990.
Until the Trumpet Sounds: LET MY PEOPLE HEAR!
David M. Harrison, Author of the book, “Lord, You Know I Can’t Hear!”
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