The joys of this Christmas Season can be seen all around us…. in a smile, a warm hug, and wrapped presents given and received.
The “joy” in our practice is seen so often in the life of others.
The immense importance of the care and deep trust that people place in us is a gift, so appreciated. We are dedicated to engage in the lives of our patients. To help others to hear and understand the speech of their loved ones is a joy! To help those with hearing loss regain an active part in family conversations, is a joy! Hearing stories of how frustrations and a disconnect from others, and how their new hearing aids have turned their experiences to happiness and connection to others, is a joy! We all bring so much to others and in this, what we do is very important. This goes for all professions and in ours, we recognize that helping others to hear, helping to reduce the negative affects of tinnitus or ringing in the ears, helping those with balance and dizzy concerns, as well as those with sound sensitivity or misophonia, is something that brings joy to our staff and practice.
It truly is a joy to see people’s faces once we are able to help them with their concerns they arrive with.
Yes, it sure is Mary!
We are bringing joy to the world one patient at a time!!
Right on Gail. Bringing Joy to others!
Nice article. It truly is a joy to see people’s faces once we are able to help them with their concerns they arrive with.
Thank you Dale! Helping others is a real joy!
So many reasons to feel joyful!!
Thank you for sharing and agree!
I love those happy stories!
I do as well. Thanks Amy!