LIFE IS ABOUT
The clearer we hear, the more we can make ourselves heard! Voices are our connection to the world, specifically with friends, family and people around us. Hearing is connecting as living beings. Understanding is communicating as loved ones. But ask yourself, what good is a voice if you can’t hear it? What good is a song if it cannot be enjoyed, and what good is communication without understanding?
Come Hear Hearing Center Cares…
Welcome to Come Hear Hearing
Come Hear Hearing Center wants you to be satisfied with your care. We are a local, independent, community-oriented practice. Why pay more than you have to for hearing aids? Our services are fully guaranteed, meaning we are committed to listening to your concerns, and your technology is always perfectly fit to renew your world of hearing. Come Hear Hearing Center has a strong patient-provider relationship based on treating people the way we would like to be treated, with honesty and integrity. This is the best approach to making sure you don’t miss any of the precious moments in your life.
Ruth Ann Griffith's Story
My hearing loss is severe in the left ear and worse in the right ear. Any sound in my right ear sounds like static. Tinnitus in my right ear had become constant, varying (on a scale of 1-10) from a milder 4 to majorly distracting 7 or 8.
The hearing loss affected my life. I couldn’t understand the children in the nursery, no matter how many times they patiently repeated their statement. I had stopped picking up children for church because it had become impossible (and dangerous) to try to talk with them while I drove. After over 30 years of being the church pianist, I no longer played at all, not even for fun or relaxation. In fact, my son with his guitar was the only music I felt I could tolerate–and then I knew I was hearing only part of the notes. Otherwise, music was not even pleasant anymore, but had become an intolerably discordant blast of noise. I had completely stopped teaching children’s classes. Regular conversations were decreasing more and more as I stopped talking so I did not have to try to hear the reply. I avoided going visiting or shopping whenever possible.