Hey there!

As we all reflect on the events of 2020, it’s fair to say that this has been a challenging year for both our team and the communities that we serve right across Virginia.

However, the changes that we witnessed let us pause and reflect on what is really important in life, now and in the future.

Many who we’ve spoken to have taken similar steps and say that they now value their family and friends more.

Some have even hit the “reset button” on their lives and have completely readjusted their priorities.

Our profession is uniquely placed to help those with a hearing loss get the most out of these crucial relationships with their loved ones.

As we transition into the new year, we are hopeful that a return to normalcy will arrive soon.

But in the meantime, we will continue to offer the same level of in-home care that we have always provided and help all that we can to have the best future possible.

If you have recognized a hearing loss during this year, call our team at (540) 908-9494.

Updates From The Office

We hope you have some exciting plans during your time off in December. Just to let you know, we will be closed from December 25th and will reopen January 4th.

Please let us know if you need an appointment near these dates.

In addition, there have been a number of stories in the news about people delaying so-called “non-critical” healthcare appointments, with eye care, dental, and hearing exams topping the list.

We want to remind you that Hearing at Home’s mobile service, available to folks across Virginia, means that you don’t have to attend a busy clinic to get excellent hearing care support and assistance.

Our teams follow strict CDC protocols regarding sanitization, and by coming to your home directly, you and your loved ones are exposed to far less risk. Find out more here.

In other news, during his time off, our co-owner Jimmy Stewart is planning a series of home renovations, including laying new wood floors in his kitchen and dining room.

While he plans to do this himself, there’s always the chance that his wife will hire a company to step in and “do the job correctly.” We’re looking forward to seeing how he gets on!

 

Who Am I?

It’s not an understatement to say that the Hearing at Home team is fond of a family game or two to lift our spirits during this time of the year.

And one that we love the most is “Who am I,” where you have to guess the name of someone special using a set number of clues.

As it’s not easy to arrange group meetings at the moment, we decided to create our own virtual version of the game to play with you, our amazing patients, this year.

We have prepared 5 clues below, and all you have to do is identify who the person is!

1.     My middle name is Maitland.

2.     I graduated from Princeton University in 1932.

3.     I was in my first movie in 1935.

4.     I was awarded one Oscar for the 80 films that I performed in.

5.     I starred in Frank Capra’s classic movie “it’s a wonderful life” as George Bailey.

Helpful Resources

Mobile Hearing Testing: How Does it Work?

Find out how our team can provide you with a fast and accurate hearing test using our mobile service…

Learn More…

Hearing The Tech Way – A New Hearing Solution from Android

Find out about Google’s new accessibility feature that makes life safer for the hard of hearing and enables them to detect important things happening around them…

Read More…

Have a question or need help? Then we’re here for you.

Call us at (540) 908-9494

The Team at Hearing at Home

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Michael Combs

Prior to co-founding Hearing at Home in 2016, Michael worked for a variety of practices in the Harrisonburg, VA area. He is trained in a wide range of hearing devices and tinnitus therapy. Michael is passionate about bringing healing to people who have been through terrible experiences related to auditory damage. He helps his clients, who include young people, adults and families, with hearing-related issues to learn to enjoy life again and to strengthen their relationships with friends and family through better hearing.