Oticon Hearing Foundation expands support to hearing care professional volunteers assisting hurricane victims

Hurricane Irma

Oticon hurricane Irma

As more communities experience unprecedented loss and devastation from the recent hurricanes, the Oticon Hearing Foundation has announced expanded relief efforts for the many adults and children with hearing loss who are affected.

Working through dedicated Oticon teams on the ground in the U.S., Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, the Foundation is supplying Oticon hearing aids and batteries to local hearing care professionals who are volunteering their services to assist those in need.

“We are grateful to the many members of this very special Community of Caring who have so generously donated their time and expertise during this difficult time,” said Oticon President Gary Rosenblum. “I know that I speak for everyone at Oticon when I say that along with the donated hearing aids and supplies, we send our most sincere hopes for speedy relief and safe recovery to all who are affected.”

For more information about the Oticon Hearing Foundation and support of hearing impaired hurricane victims, hearing care professionals can contact the Oticon Regional Audiology Department at 800-526-3921.

Source: Oticon Hearing Foundation