How We Help

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Late-deafened

  

Late-deafened people are those who have lost their hearing later on in life. Hearing loss can be gradual over a few years due to age, hereditary, specific medications, and high fever. Some people have experienced sudden deafness by trauma or surgery.

Sixty percent of veterans returning from the war have experienced Late-Deafness and tinnitus (ringing in the ear).



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We are here to help you

My name is David M. Harrison, with my wife, Cathy. I was born with a profound bilateral hearing loss. All my life I felt the sting of discrimination and shame of a hearing handicap. 

It was not until 2006 that I cried out for help. There was no support group or doctor to get help. I prayed and fasted for fourteen days. God opened the way to study with the American Academy for Hearing Loss Support Specialist. 

  


Be Your Best Self

Life is full of opportunities, and it is my job to help you figure out which opportunities to take advantage of in order to live the life you want. 

Live Your Dreams

When you choose to live a dream, you need a plan to make it come true. Once you have a plan, a coach will help you stick to it and get around any obstacles.

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Generate excitement

Finding a solution for the hearing loss stigma begins with you.