Hearing Aid Clinics

Installment two of stuff I do at work. Health Fairs was installment one, so I guess it’d be more aptly named “work I do not at work.”

Hearing aid clinics are something we do at several retirement communities where we go, set up in a room for an hour and residents stop by to have their aids cleaned… But they don’t really stop by and it’s pretty mellow for the most part.

Today I’m at a more upscale one, sitting in an office off from the main lobby, listening to old music and watching a fire. Definitely not the worst way to spend an hour.

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~ by kiranapoleon on November 16, 2009.

2 Responses to “Hearing Aid Clinics”

  1. You clean aids? They can’t clean em themselves? Who know? 🙂

    • Yep! They have a hard time because they’re so small. We get a special vacuum to clean out all the little holes too, so we can do a more thorough job.

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