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Charlie Leto said:   February 18, 2015 1:47 pm PST
Subject: Thank you for the card! And for the extraordinary service! This is a new world I’m living in! Amazing! See you on the 27th. Charlie.

John Arnold said:   January 22, 2015 5:58 am PST
Trying to correct a hearing loss is not a trivial or inexpensive task. Just investigating your choices in hearing aids can take hours of online research. And saying that, you still need to find a local hearing aid specialist who is trustworthy, knowledgeable, and committed to helping you regain what you have lost. For all that you will invest in time and money and conscientiousness to the process, you should understand that the specialist must commit to that and more. I have just been through the initial stages of my hearing aid journey and feel very fortunate to say that Dan has made that effortful trip seem very worthwhile and pleasant. Along the way I have come realize some of the complexities of the technology and the hearing processes and know that if you have a quality team standing behind you, you will be doing yourself a very big favor in your efforts to regain hearing loss and comprehension. Thank you, Dan and reNew Hearing. I feel lucky to have found you. I feel my efforts have not been in vain.

Elaina Valzania said:   October 11, 2013 6:15 am PST
I can not say enough thank yous to Dan and Laurie for all they have done for my mother and myself. I knew my mother had dementia but what I didn't know was that of her problems was from a hearing loss. She was not able to hear so much of what was going on around her that she couldn't participate in life. She could not interact with people and objects and children because she could not hear them. Since she had such hearing loss for so many years it was accompanied with memory loss and loss of comprehension. I never realized that hearing loss could be connected to comprehension but have learned this fact to be true through my mother. After years of the volume of television and radio on full blast to the point of damaging my own hearing and being hoarse from yelling all the time for her to hear me, we now have a new life together where she can now participate. I learned that her dementia wasn't as bad as I thought, it was her hearing affecting her comprehension abilities. Laurie and Dan have given us a new life together that is filled with much love and joy, now that my mother can finally hear again and thank you can never be enough to either one of them. I hope more people realize that you miss out on life around you when you can not hear it. Dan and Laurie can help create a whole new life out there for anyone with hearing loss if you let them. Dan and Laurie are two of the most caring, kind and dedicated people in the profession and are wonderful to work with and resolving hearing loss issues. I hope all of you have the opportunity to meet with them and have an opportunity for a rich new wonderful life in front of them.

Ray Jellison said:   June 27, 2013 6:40 am PST
Thank you so much for all the time you spent with me and Ann's hard work fighting with the insurance company to get unexpected $$. I walked out of the office wearing Starky hearing aides and stopped to listen to the world I had not heard in years. Thank you again!

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