The Campaign for Better Hearing gave free hearing aids to Auburn, Alabama school bus driver Kimberly Liscomb. Kim loves her job driving the school bus for special needs students, but was struggling to hear them. She also said that hearing her grandkids and family had become difficult.
The provider and HearingLife team in Auburn wanted to help Kim hear her students and family better, so they nominated her for the Give Back Program through The Campaign for Better Hearing.
After receiving her hearing aids, Kim said “I can hear the birds chirping and dogs barking and the kids playing. It’s just going to be so much better.”
Check out news coverage of Kim’s story:
- MSN News: Auburn bus driver able to hear after years of hearing loss
- WTVM ABC: Auburn bus driver able to hear after years of hearing loss