lindsay clausen gifted hearing aids

Oregon City woman hears again for the first time in years thanks to Give Back Program

Contributed by Campaign for Better Hearing

8/16/2022 12:00:00 AM • 3 min read

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Lindsey Clausen, age 29, was gifted brand-new hearing aids after a HearingLife employee submitted her name to the company’s Campaign for Better Hearing Give Back Program.

The Oregon City native has suffered from hearing loss most of her life. After her hearing aids broke two years ago, she has struggled with understanding those around her, with the pandemic’s face masks making it even harder.

The Campaign for Better Hearing gifts one individual in need a month at one of HearingLife’s more than 650 locations across the United States. Lindsey’s new hearing aids feature state-of-the-art technology, including Bluetooth® connectivity.

“[I’m thankful] to be able to give back some quality of life to someone who has been without it, and is so young and bright in the world,” said Ashley Manning, hearing care provider.

Learn more at KGW8.


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HearingLife is a national hearing care company and part of the Demant Group, a global leader in hearing healthcare built on a heritage of care, health, and innovation since 1904. HearingLife operates nearly 700 hearing care centers across 42 states. We follow a scientific, results-oriented approach to hearing healthcare that is provided by highly skilled and caring professionals. Our vision is to help more people hear better through life-changing hearing health delivered by the best personalized care. 

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