Audigy Staff Joins Starkey Mission in Mexico
Vancouver, WA, 2017 — Audigy staff recently joined Starkey Hearing Foundation on a hearing mission in Queretaro and Morelia, Mexico to help serve over 900 children and adults with hearing loss. Attendees from the Audigy team were Latasha Essien, SBU manager; Aaron Josten, SBU manager; and audiologist Lisa Batteron.
“We were so humbled to be part of this mission with Starkey Hearing Foundation,” Batteron said. “Hearing plays such a vital role in helping people build connections and in bringing communities together. It was truly amazing to see first-hand how the gift of hearing can positively impact lives.”
Starkey Hearing Foundation works tirelessly to bring caring and hearing healthcare to communities around the world. To learn more about their global efforts please visit www.starkeyhearingfoundation.org.
Audigy Group is a member-driven organization established in 2004 to assist private, independent hearing care professionals in consistently delivering the highest-quality hearing care to their communities. Audigy Group’s membership includes some of the nation’s leading audiologists — innovators in both clinical care and in defining the standards of service within the hearing care industry.
About Starkey Hearing Foundation
Starkey Hearing Foundation, a public charity founded by William F. Austin, gives the gift of hearing to people in need in the U.S. and around the world. Disabling hearing loss affects more than 360 million people, including 32 million children, yet many do not have access to the hearing devices that improve lives and promote understanding. The Foundation focuses on hearing health missions, education, and recycling, as well as grants to mission-aligned organizations. The Foundation has cared for more than 1.1 million patients and provided 1.9 million hearing devices in more than 100 countries.