Organization Hopes to Replace Hearing Aids for People who May have Lost Theirs in the Storm Ephraim, UT – – May 28, 2013 In the wake of a tragedy like the recent Oklahoma tornado, survivors often talk about the “little things” they’ve lost. Deaf people often list hearing aids among their lost or destroyed property. The Olive Osmond Hearing Fund stands ready to assist Oklahoma tornado survivors in replacing their lost hearing aids.
“It is essential that people be able to communicate, following an event like this tornado in Moore, Oklahoma,” explains Olive Osmond Hearing Fund Founder & CEO Justin Osmond, who is himself 90% deaf. “If you can’t hear, then it can be difficult to find resources to help you get back on your feet.”
Tornado survivors who’ve lost their hearing aids can call the Olive Osmond Hearing Fund at (801) 609-HEAR (4327). They may also email the organization at email@example.com.