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Hear Why Every City Should Become Hearing Friendly. Celebrating May for Better Hearing and Speech Month.
Teresa Barnes RN A VIP Member of the Hearing Loss Association of America with Carlsbad Mayor Matt Hall, City Council Member Keith Blackburn, Michael Schumacher, Cori Schumacher, and Mark Packard.
All want to help the hearing impaired and those with hearing loss as well as helping with conservation.
The Why, The Food, and The Need
“I commend your work to improve safety, develop hearing friendly areas, and implement a national recognized hearing challenged symbol.”
"The wearing of a lap pin to identify the with hearing loss is an excellent idea. It will inform others that it will be helpful to speak clearly, to speak face-to-face, but with no need to raise their voices. These are innovative ideas, and I compliment you on recognizing these needs. T. J. this is an excellent idea. Once it catches on it will help a lot of people
" A Dynamic Presentation- Enthusiastic, Informative, & Powerful! Way to Go Teresa. Mary Ellen Drummond, CSP
"Topic Awesome - Passion Awesome"
Steve Ostrow, Attorney of Law
Brian Hall of Brian Hall Properties
"Ways to Reduce and Improve Hearing Loss. As a Virtual Producer for General Dynamics, Boeing, and various other Fortune 500 Companies. I highly recommend this training and others Teresa Barnes, RN has produced.
Excellent Platform for Better Health, Productivity, Customer Service & CSR.
"A Hearing Friendly Business will help a lot of people and businesses. Daniel E. Powell, USC Alumni & Businessman
"Love the Idea of Driving more traffic to my front door while helping others in need with the BBB Concept." Mark Crosby
"Consulting with Teresa gave us value for the money and potential for lawsuit avoidance." Karen Cebros
"I endorse the hearing challenge pin, as a tool that will assist communication between the hearing challenged and the hearing community.
I recognize the importance of having a national Recognized Symbol for the Hearing Impaired - for safety, understanding and better communication.
As part of the isolation that occurs with the hearing challenged, is their invisibility, this will enhance that visibility as well as make a general awareness to the public to assist communication."