What should I do with my old hearing aids after I purchase new ones?

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Any make and model can be donated. The donated hearing aids are repaired, reconditioned and then used to help give the gift of hearing to someone in need. Starkey Hearing Foundation has already fit over 1.8 million hearing aids to people around the world. By donating older hearing aids, you’re helping to share the gift of hearing!

As Starkey Hearing Foundation founder and Starkey Hearing Technologies’ CEO Bill Austin says, “Alone we can’t do much. Together we can change the world.”

You can find additional information on how to donate your hearing aids, as well as well as stay up to date on Starkey Hearing Foundations, by visiting http://www.southsuburbanhearing.com/hearing-foundatio/. Or you can contact us to learn more too!

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